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In the absence of a current dictionary of True Motu in print, this dictionary will serve as a modern dictionary for the Motu people of the National Capital District and Central Province of Papua New Guinea.
— The preceding unsigned comment was added by Cavolker (talk) 04:46, 2 September 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
This project originates with Divine Word University in Madang. With the aid of students at DWU, it aims to be a community-based dictionary of the Motu language as it is used in the 21st century. Staff at DWU hope in this way to contribute to the vitality of the Motu language and of the Motu culture of which it is the voice. Contact Professor C A Volker at Divine Word University for more information.
— The preceding unsigned comment was added by Cavolker (talk) 05:38, 2 September 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]