Bahasa Indonesia


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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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Another awkward code switching is in her expressions in Bahasa Indonesia that are not actually recognized in Bahasa Indonesia.
The library is stocked with over 600 books in vernacular languages such as Bengali, Bahasa Indonesia, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, as well as English.
It was relatively easy for me to pick up Bahasa Indonesia pronunciation when I taught English as a foreign language on Belitung island many years ago.
At President University, the participants will learn Bahasa Indonesia in some socio-cultural activities such as Pencak Silat, and traditional dances held once a week.
The Lauje are mainly settled in the uplands, hardly speak Bahasa Indonesia, the national language, and generally uplanders do not send their children for formal education in state or any other institutions.
Many previous books on Hamka have appeared, most published in Bahasa Indonesia. It is clear that Rush's book is written for a Western audience, because Indonesians are unlikely to find any new claims in it.
Available for Bangladesh, Indonesia (in English and Bahasa Indonesia), Lao PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and the Philippines.
Languages of Presentation: The official languages of the Conference will be English, Bahasa Melayu and Bahasa Indonesia.
Tesamoko is the second edition of the Tesaurus Bahasa Indonesia by Eko Endarmoko which was first published in 2006 and subsequently saw two reprints in 2007 and 2009.
"Indonesia's national motto 'Unity in Diversity' articulates the diversity that shapes the country with more than 300 ethnic groups, 95% of those with Native Indonesian ancestry, and more than 700 living languages spoken along with the national language of Bahasa Indonesia."
Staff in Kuala Lumpur's restaurants, shopping malls and markets are more likely to be overheard speaking Bahasa Indonesia than they are the leading local languages, such as Malay.