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In the News (Sun 17 Feb 19)

  
  Bahasa Indonesia
Bahasa Indonesia translation of The Decisive Role of the Individual in History by Rob Sewell (December 2005)
Bahasa Indonesia translation of the Introduction by Alan Woods to "The Iranian Revolution - Past, Present and Future".
This is the Bahasa Indonesia translation of Dialectical Materialism by John Pickard.
www.marxist.com /indonesian.htm   (1023 words)

  
  What is Bahasa Indonesia?
Bahasa Indonesia took a popular dialect of the Malay language spoken throughout the Malay peninsula, and standardized it to be used as the national language of Indonesia after independence was declared in 1945.
Because much of Indonesia was a territory of the Netherlands, the Dutch lent an enormous quantity of words to Bahasa Indonesia, which span all areas of the vocabulary.
Indonesia is a predominantly Muslim country, and so Arabic also plays an important role in the religious life of its people, and a number of Arabic words have also been adopted into Bahasa Indonesia.
www.wisegeek.com /what-is-bahasa-indonesia.htm   (399 words)

  
 Learning Bahasa Indonesia, the national language of Indonesia
Based on the Malay trade dialect, Bahasa Indonesia is the national language of the Republic of Indonesia.
While it is possible for foreigners to live in Jakarta without speaking Bahasa Indonesia, it is highly recommended that you obtain a working knowledge of the Indonesian national language.
An inability to communicate in Bahasa Indonesia will cut you off from the mainstream of society, and dealing with those who don't speak a foreign language will be very difficult.
www.expat.or.id /info/bahasa.html   (985 words)

  
 Beautiful Indonesia
The Republic of Indonesia is an archipelago in Southeast Asia between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean consisting of over 13,500 islands (6,000 of which are inhabited).
Languages spoken in Indonesia include: Bahasa Indonesia (official), English, Dutch and several local dialects of which Javanese is the most widely used.
Indonesia is a republic and is governed by the president who is elected every 5 years.
www.geocities.com /beautifulindonesia   (330 words)

  
 Bahasa Indonesia: Interesting Thing of the Day
This statement is not as obvious as it may sound; Indonesia is home to hundreds of languages, and of these, Indonesian is not spoken as a first language by the majority of the population.
The language in Malaysia, Bahasa Malay, is a constructed language, and was designed to be easy to learn, as the various people in Malaysia and Indonesia who were told to form rather large nations after WWII needed a common language.
In 1945, Indonesia declared its independence from the Netherlands and stated in its constitution that Bahasa Indonesia was its official language—though it took four years of fighting before the Dutch acknowledged Indonesia’s right to self-rule.
itotd.com /articles/310/bahasa-indonesia   (1497 words)

  
 Library of Congress / Federal Research Division / Country Studies / Area Handbook Series/ Indonesia / Glossary
Indonesia's 1963-66 effort to disrupt the new state of Malaysia, which Indonesian leaders regarded as a front for a continued British colonial presence in Southeast Asia.
In March 1992, Indonesia announced that it was rejecting further IGGI aid as long as the Netherlands chaired the organization.
Indonesia was among the original members; as of 1992, there were 101 members, 9 observers, and 12 "guests." Indonesia was elected to chair the Nonaligned Movement from 1992 to 1995.
lcweb2.loc.gov /frd/cs/indonesia/id_glos.html   (1583 words)

  
 The Indonesian Language - Bahasa Indonesia
From the 17th century on, as the islands of Indonesia fell little by little under the control of the Netherlands, Malay came to be used by the European rulers as the most important medium of communication between government and people.
Indonesia hosts a sparkling variety of traditional verbal arts (poetry, historical narratives, romances, drama etc.) which are expressed in local languages, but modern genres are expressed mainly through Indonesian.
In Indonesia, Roman or Latin script (the script you are reading now) began to be used to write Malay from the latter half of the 19th.
www.hawaii.edu /indolang/malay.html   (2768 words)

  
  The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today
Indonesia's national language was baptized in 1928 with the name of the promised nation, Indonesia.
When the youth of the nation-to-be Indonesia adopted Malay as the nation's language and renamed it Indonesian, this also announced a project of standardization of one kind of Malay as Indonesian.
So perhaps this use of bahasa to refer in English to Indonesian is a similar longing to recognize a supra-national life of the language, and at the same time recognize national heterogeneity.
www.thejakartapost.com /yesterdaydetail.asp?fileid=20060215.E03   (1145 words)

  
 LabourStart: Di mana anggota serikat buruh memulai hari -hari mereka di internet.
Untuk melihat semua berita ter baru tentang Indonesia, termasuk berita dalam bahasa Inggris, klik di sini.
Indonesia 5 Karyawan Aneka Tambang Tertimbun Saat Gali Tanah [Pikiran Rakyat] 08-Sep-2005
Indonesia Resah, Karyawan Perusahaan Kayu Berunjuk Rasa [Kompas] 07-Sep-2005
www.labourstart.org /id   (1086 words)

  
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The courses in Bahasa Indonesia are for expatriates living in Indonesia as well as for students and teachers of Indonesian who wish to travel to Indonesia to study the language and culture.
Indonesia includes numerous related but distinct cultural and linguistic groups, many of which are ethnically Malay.
Since independence, Bahasa Indonesia (the national language, a form of Malay) has spread throughout the archipelago and has become the language of most written communication, education, government, and business.
www.lycos.com /info/indonesia--bahasa-indonesia.html   (269 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Bahasa
BAHASA INDONESIA Concise Oxford Companion to the English Language...
Pramoedya, who wrote in Bahasa Indonesia, composed his first novel, The Fugitive (1950, tr.
Lycos Indonesia Launches; Lycos Asia Launches "cOntact", a Suite of Communications Tools Including Email, Chat and Message Boards.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Bahasa   (607 words)

  
 Overview of the Indonesian Language to Help You Learn Indonesian
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) is the official language of the Republic of Indonesia, where it is used in government, schools, and the media.
The term "Bahasa Indonesia" was coined by Indonesian nationalists to denote the dialect of Malay spoken by the majority of people living in Jakarta, the nation’s capital.
Indonesia is the fourth most populous nation on the planet.
www.transparent.com /languagepages/indonesian/overview.htm   (369 words)

  
 Bahasa Indonesia
The Indonesia official languange is "Bahasa Indonesia." "Bahasa" means "language".
Indonesia Australia Language Foundation in Bali: Bahasa Indonesian classes for groups and individuals; we also run Bahasa in Bali, a two week culture and language program.
Unfortunately, as of this writing, the instruction is in Bahasa Indonesia.
indonesia.elga.net.id /bahasa.html   (205 words)

  
 Jasa, proyek terjemahan dan penerjemah freelance
Bahasa Italia ke Bahasa Inggris supply contract Member-only Feature','If you were a ProZ.com member, you would have access to this feature
Bahasa Finlandia ke Bahasa Inggris Matkailuesite (Kielipalvelu Kauriin Kääntöpiiri...)
Penerjemah ini mengkoordinasikan penerjemahan ProZ.com ke Bahasa Indonesia
ind.proz.com   (723 words)

  
 ChristianAnswers.Net Bahasa Indonesia! [Indonesian Home]
Bagian berbahasa Indonesia ini terselengggara melalui sukarelawan yang budinman yang membantu menterjemahkan situs ini.
Silakan isi formulir berikut (dalam bahasa Inggris) jika anda ingin membantu dalam penterjemahan.
This Bahasa Indonesia portion is provided through the gracious volunteer(s) who helped translate this site.
www.christiananswers.net /indonesian   (409 words)

  
 Easy Indonesian - Indonesian Language
Bahasa means language, and Bahasa Indonesia is the lingua franca of the archipelago.
With over 350 native languages currently in use throughout the country, a good lingua franca is clearly necessary… When pronounced or spoken, sentences in Bahasa Indonesia (Bahasa) are usually not as lively as English, and like Deutsche (German), words in Bahasa are pronounced pretty much as they are written.
Linda of the United Kingdom told us of her funny experience with Bahasa… She wanted to buy a young coconut somewhere in Kuta and knew what a young coconut was in Bahasa.
www.indo.com /tips/easy.html   (295 words)

  
 Learn Bahasa Indonesia Online - Write or Speak in Bahasa Indonesia Language Exchange
Learn Bahasa Indonesia online by practicing with a native speaker who is learning your language.
Bahasa Inggris saya sangat buruk oleh karena itu saya saya sangat termotivasi untuk meningkatkan kemampuan saya dalam Berbahasa Inggris.
Saya pernah belajar bahasa Korea di Universitas Yonsei.
www.mylanguageexchange.com /Learn/Indonesia.asp   (947 words)

  
 Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia "language of Indonesia") is the official language of Indonesia.
Bahasa Indonesia is a standardized dialect of Malay which had been used as a lingua franca in the Indonesian archipelago for centuries, and was elevated to the status of an official language with the Indonesian declaration of independence from the Netherlands in 1945.
Indonesian is an official language of Indonesia where it is spoken by 23 million people.
www.nvtc.gov /lotw/months/june/BahasaIndonesia.html   (721 words)

  
 OHCHR: Malay (Bahasa Melayu) - Universal Declaration of Human Rights   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is in general called Malay, but is now known as the Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian language) in Indonesia, the Bahasa Malaysia (Malaysian language) in Malaysia, or simply the Bahasa Kebangsaan (national language).
As Indonesia and Malaysia became independent after World War II, Malay became the national language of these states.
Setiap orang adalah berhak kepada semua hak-hak dan kebebasan yang termaktub dalam Perisytiharan ini, tanpa sebarang apa jua pembezaan, seperti bangsa, warna kulit, jantina, bahasa, ugama, faham politik atau lain-lain fahaman, asal-usul bangsa keturunan atau sosial harta-benda, kelahiran atau apa-apa taraf lain.
www.unhchr.ch /udhr/lang/mli.htm   (1662 words)

  
 Bahasa Indonesia di Televisi Kian Memprihatinkan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bahkan, siaran yang ditayangkan cenderung tidak taat asas dan aturan bahasa Indonesia yang baku," katanya di Padang, Senin (19/12).
Pihaknya juga sudah menyampaikan kepada pemilik stasiun televisi swasta nasional mengenai mata acara yang memiliki kelemahan mendasar dalam penggunaan bahasa Indonesia.
Jika bahasa Indonesia yang dicitrakan televisi buruk, maka secara persuasif masyarakat juga diajak untuk berbahasa yang buruk pula.
www.suarapembaruan.com /News/2005/12/19/Kesra/kes03.htm   (221 words)

  
 The Indonesian Language - Bali: The Online Travel Guide
Indonesia is united more than anything else, by its common language.
Most Balinese people speak Bahasa Indonesia, but it is not the only language of the people of this island.
The alpahabet of Bahasa Indonesia is the same as English, but the pronunciation of most letters is usually different, as is the emphasis, which usually places stress on the second-last syllable.
home.mira.net /~wreid/bali_lng.html   (828 words)

  
 Indonesia - Country Profile - Republik Indonesia - Indonesia Tourism
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world.
Independence: 17 August 1945 Indonesia proclaimed independence; on 27 December 1949, the country became legally independent from the Netherlands.
Languages: Bahasa Indonesia (official, akin to Malay), English, Dutch, plus 583 dialects, the most widely spoken of which is Javanese.
www.nationsonline.org /oneworld/indonesia.htm   (787 words)

  
 Tourism Indonesia - Web Links   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Flexible Bahasa Indonesia courses for conversation, business and general purposes at all levels are available for expatriates living in Jakarta.
Bahasa Indonesia is not a difficult language to learn...
Halaman ini dimaksud untuk orang yang sedang belajar bahasa Indonesia...
www.tourismindonesia.com /index.php?option=com_weblinks&catid=13&Itemid=36   (631 words)

  
 MavicaNET - Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Puri Bahasa Indonesia, PBI, is an Indonesian School whose goal is to aid foreigners to learn the Indonesian Language within its socio-cultural setting.
The experienced professional native speakers of bahasa Indonesia and other major languages at the Indonesian Translation Service are committed to linking you with markets, business partners and associates in Indonesia through a flexible range of translation and language services.
Study English or Bahasa Indonesia with the professionals at IALF Centres in Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali.
www.mavicanet.com /lite/dan/12350.html   (289 words)

  
 Bahasa Indonesia in 7 Days
Face it--whether you are in Indonesia for one week or for 10 years, it is not only polite and useful to know a little of the language, in many cases, it is outright necessary.
That's one reason the bahasa Indonesia approximations to foreign words often appear strange at first sight--"bureau" becomes biro--but then you realize the Indonesian spelling is much more logical.
One of the main pitfall in pronunciation is the use of the letter "c" in bahasa Indonesia.
www.geocities.com /mbordt/bahasa8c.htm   (2759 words)

  
 Halaman Utama - Wiktionary
Ini merupakan Wiktionary bahasa Indonesia: bertujuan untuk menjelaskan semua kata dalam segala bahasa, dengan penjelasan hanya dalam bahasa Indonesia.
Untuk memperoleh definisi bahasa Inggris dari kata tersebut, Anda perlu mengunjungi halaman ekivalen di KamusWiki bahasa Inggris.
Wiktionary disediakan gratis oleh sebuah organisasi nirlaba, Yayasan Wikimedia, yang juga mengendalikan beberapa proyek multibahasa yang lain.
id.wiktionary.org /wiki   (346 words)

  
 Learning Bahasa Indonesia - Indonesia - Mark Moxon, Travel Writer
Bahasa Indonesia (bahasa means 'language' in Indonesian) is a whole lot easier to pick up than English, and it doesn't take long to become proficiently fluent (by which I mean able to travel without having to resort to screaming loudly and slowly in your native tongue).
Bahasa Indonesia has no tenses, no conjugation, no sexes, no irregular verbs and no plurals, it uses the Latin alphabet, and it's easy to pronounce.
Finally, as an added bonus, Bahasa Indonesia is almost identical to Bahasa Malaysia, so what I learn in Indonesia will also be very useful for Malaysia.
www.moxon.net /indonesia/learning_bahasa_indonesia.html   (420 words)

  
 Bahasa Indonesia History | ema_01_package.xml
In the twentieth century, Malay was extensively used as a literary language by the Balai Pustaka, an official colonial publishing house whose task was to promote literacy.
The transition from Dutch, now rarely used in Indonesia, was hastened by the Japanese occupation (1942–1945), during which the use of Dutch and other European languages was banned.
The vocabulary of Bahasa Indonesia has been extensively influenced by outside languages, especially Sanskrit, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, and English, as well as local languages such as Javanese.
www.bookrags.com /history/bahasa-indonesia-ema-01   (713 words)

  
 Ailanto : Bahasa Indonesia
Bahasa Indonesia is often mentioned in auxlang circles as being appropriate for use as an international auxiliary language, so I decided to investigate.
Thus, Bahasa Indonesia is Indonesian, the language of Indonesia.) One thing I've learned already is that the language is not quite as simple as some say.
Standard Indonesian can be as difficult to learn as any other natural language; it is the colloquial Indonesian which is relatively simple to learn, and has been used as a lingua franca in that region for centuries.
www.kafejo.com /lingvoj/natlangs/misc/bahasa.htm   (150 words)

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