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Basic Indonesian (with Audio) by Stuart Robson Dr., Yacinta Kurniasih

By Stuart Robson Dr., Yacinta Kurniasih

Uncomplicated Indonesian is designed to supply swift mastery of recent Indonesian, that is spoken through greater than 240 million people.Divided into 28 graded classes, the booklet offers fill-in-the-blank workouts, quizzes, note puzzles and question-and-answer practices to augment the educational. huge cultural notes are supplied in addition to exact pointers on etiquette and acceptable cultural habit within the world's biggest Islamic society.

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Obviously, bapak is used for addressing a mature male, and ibu for a mature female. Abbreviated forms of bapak and ibu can be used for addressing or calling someone: Pak! Bu! There does not seem to be a real English equivalent for this (not Mr! ). g. Rini lapar, I am hungry. (Rini speaking) Tense We have already seen a number of examples of simple verbs. g. to gain: gains, gained, and so on). As a result, when translating from Indonesian into English the appropriate tense markers have to be supplied.

LESSON 2 At the Campus Di Kampus belajar to study kantin canteen bintang star lahir to be born bir beer mi goréng fried noodles és jeruk cold orange juice mobil hubungan relations nasi goréng fried rice ikut to go along, accompany pulang internasional international téh car to go home tea kampus campus Personal pronouns It will be useful to set out the personal pronouns of Indonesian by means of a table. The advantage of this is that we can reveal the system, and you can see what choices you have when you want to use a pronoun.

It is a good method to read the story aloud, rather than just silently. The wordlists can be used for drills, by covering one column and testing yourself, going both ways. We recommend making ample use of the dictionary to double-check meanings, to see what other meanings or forms a word may have, and in some cases to see where it is derived from. This will help in the process of remembering new words, which is, after all, a large part of the study. The Exercises and drills can be used to reinforce and refresh your memory.

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