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Bahasa Indonesia

(bähä`sä), another name for Indonesian, one of the 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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Apparently, the Ramus Besar Bahasa Indonesia was not among these sources, as many words in this dictionary have not been included in this book.
There was a recent attempt by the Manpower Ministry to force all expatriates to pass a high-level proficiency test in Bahasa Indonesia, the national language, but it was withdrawn after protest.
What makes it even better is that this service is available in 10 languages (English, Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Bengali, French, Spanish, Sinhala, Tamil, Vietnamese) and is absolutely free.
The fourth article reverts to the opening article's focus on the language of politics by addressing the politics of language in early postcolonial Indonesia, where lexical and orthographic standardisation of romanised Bahasa Indonesia curbed the literacy, and hence authority, of Muslim scholars and religious leaders proficient in Malay written in Arabic script.
The app supports English, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese (Traditional), Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese.
At Jiwa Spa, or 'soul' in Bahasa Indonesia, the luxury resort has launched Just On Juice, a seven-day personalised experience that harnesses the benefits of the island's home-grown fruits.
It has also been released in the Indonesian language, Bahasa Indonesia.
Several of the country website pages include localized translations to accommodate the diverse customer base that Connell Brothers services, including modified and traditional Chinese, Bahasa Indonesia, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Thai, and Vietnamese.
Languages spoken: Bahasa Indonesia, English, Dutch, and 700 others
An article published by the daily Philippine Star quoted Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Armin Luistro as saying that officials are looking at adding optional lessons in Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Melayu as part of a programme to introduce a second language to Filipino students asides from Filipino and English.
While it was relatively tough to meet someone speaking English, it was fun learning new words in the local language Bahasa Indonesia.
The move, combined with the expected launch of the Bahasa Indonesia news site and the publication of the WSJ.