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Noun1.Bahasa - the dialect of Malay used as the national language of the Republic of Indonesia or of MalaysiaBahasa - the dialect of Malay used as the national language of the Republic of Indonesia or of Malaysia
Malay - a western subfamily of Western Malayo-Polynesian languages
Javanese - the Indonesian language spoken on Java
Sundanese - the Indonesian language spoken in the Lesser Sunda Islands
Balinese - the Indonesian language of the people of Bali
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AVA will assist on live chat, responding to inquiries instantly, initially available in eight languages (English, Bahasa Malaysia, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Vietnamese, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese), now includes Tagalog, Japanese, and Hindi on the roster.
'There is nothing stopping us from embarking on more effective efforts to enhance the quality of education and level of proficiency of Bahasa Malaysia to disseminate Islam as a religion of the federation and provisions to protect the provisions under Article 153,' Anwar said.
The next language on the program schedule is Bahasa Indonesian, police said Wednesday.
In local government schools, Mentawai children are encouraged to converse in Bahasa Indonesia, and the presence of mainstream culture is becoming increasingly more apparent.
Look at how successful the Indonesians and Malaysians have been with Bahasa. Let me recount how Bahasa became the national language of Indonesia and Malaysia.
MNC TV, the network that will be airing 'It's Showtime Indonesia' starting March 25, recently posted a lyric video of the program's theme song in Bahasa.
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.
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.
Jakarta, Indonesia, June 10, 2016 --( Locanto Classifieds, a major player in the global classifieds market, recently released a Bahasa Indonesia version of its Indonesian website.
Chan is fluent in over half-a-dozen languages including English, Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Indonesia, Tagalog, Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Fuzhou, Hakka Teochew) and French.