Indonesian language


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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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However, unlike in Arabic, in the Indonesian language it is grammatically correct to attach possessive pronouns to the term Allah without having to change the nominal form, that is, dropping the definite article as in Arabic.
In 2013, The Center for the Study of the Indonesian Language has been opened at the Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies.
Informants Code Anonymous Sex Country Length of Stay Occupation KI-A Jourdy Male South Korea 7 months Employee KI-B Risa Female South Korea 3 months Student KI-C Feri Male Dutch 7 months Employee KI-D Agus Male Slovacia 7 months Student KI-E Dimas Male Japan 3 months Student KI-F Luna Female Vietnam 5 months Student Interviews were conducted with in Indonesian language and English.
Thanks to programs of the Indonesian Government and initiatives of Embassy of Indonesia in Sarajevo, there is also a growing interest in Indonesian language and culture.
Formed on Janauary 7, 2015, Kompak means 'always together', in Indonesian language (Bahasa).
In the coming days, we will be launching a website in the Bahasa Indonesian language from Jakarta.
The most important body of work produced by Indonesian Chinese authors has doubtless been the Malay-language writing of the colonial era that proved foundational for a national Indonesian language and literature.
The band, which has four original songs that mix English and the Indonesian language, is recording its first album.
Study of the Potential Mariculture Development in Coremap II Area: Baiam City, In Indonesian language,2009,pp.
Hidayat said he had visited Thailand and found that several youth in the country were learning the Indonesian language.
And, drawing on his knowledge of the Indonesian language, he also travelled to Sumatra where he wrote and presented a BBC documentary entitled 'Mum Knows Best.'.
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. The authors have organized the main body of their text in six modules, each devoted to the illustration of various parts of speech, grammatical rules, and the vocabulary of the Indonesian language.

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