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Indonesian language:

see Malayo-Polynesian languagesMalayo-Polynesian languages
, sometimes also called Austronesian languages
, family of languages estimated at from 300 to 500 tongues and understood by approximately 300 million people in Madagascar; the Malay Peninsula; Indonesia and New Guinea; the Philippines;
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said he hoped the Darmasiswa participants will not only be able to master the Indonesian language but also become the 'ambassadors' of Indonesia in their respective countries.
Many of these publications are written in Indonesian language with limited circulation.
The use of the Indonesian language with interpretation throughout the novel provides the reader with additional cultural connections which enriches the experience.
Rafferty, Burns and Argazali-Thomas presents students, academics, and researchers with volume one of their three-volume comprehensive introduction to the basic grammatical structures of the Indonesian language.
In English it may be called bark cloth tree, antiaris, false iroko--a name some have taken issue with--false mvule or upas or anear tree, its Javanese names, or in the Indonesian language, bemu.
Some of the more general subjects addressed--the case for a multidisciplinary study of the past, the need to provide adequate teaching materials for students in the Indonesian language, an urgent call for trained archaeologists to be allowed to investigate temple sites before restoration work begins, and the importance of valuing indigenous scholarship--are reflected in the four articles in Indonesian language, most written in the late 1970s specifically for an Indonesian academic and official audience, in section one in the volume.
Australian Curriculum, curriculum, curriculum development, Indonesian language, content, standards, intercultural language learning, Australian Curriculum: Languages
com)-- Forex-Metal, a top-ranked Forex and CFD broker, announced today that it is now offering customer support in Indonesian language (Bahasa Indonesia).
It has also been released in the Indonesian language, Bahasa Indonesia.
At this centre, which is located in Mossadek Street in Dokki, one can learn the Indonesian language, receive cooking lessons, play music using local instruments and perform marital arts, and much more.
The word batik comes from the Indonesian language and it was the island of Java that perfected the art.

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