Kreol morisien, native language expressions
Kreol morisien, the mother language of Mauritian natives now enjoys a valued place in society. The language is really the glue or cement that unites people of the island. It now has its semantics and grammar and is being studied at school. But are people really aware of the importance of a mother language and why this intangible heritage should be preserved? Are locals interested in knowing grammatically correct kreol?
To promote the mother language, users of social networks will be asked to share expressions and sayings that they use in their everyday communications. It will be interesting to see how they write the language and what are the most used expressions.