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Course: Learn to Speak Malay Language (Bahasa Malaysia) in 10 Hours

Learn to Speak Malay Language (Bahasa Malaysia) in 10 Hours

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About this Course

Learn to Speak Malay Language (Bahasa Malaysia) in 10 Hours

Basic Conversational Bahasa Malaysia Sentences Covering 10 Topics

As a foreigner live in Malaysia for many years, I understand what the foreigner need and what need to overcome in learning Bahasa Malaysia. The first book I am using to learn Bahasa was published by Grandfather's company in 1982 called "Buku Panduan Praktis Bahasa Malaysia" “Practical Handbook of Bahasa Malaysia”. I finally met the Author Mr. Lai Choy in June 2017. He is the author of "Malay Chinese English". We met and discussed many topics and looking for use my platform for new course with him. After my Grandfather passed away around 9 years, I realized I am on the track of publishing but in digital era.

The Malay language, also known locally as bahasa Melayu, is an Austronesian language spoken by the Malay people who reside in the Malay Peninsula, southern Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore, central eastern Sumatra, the Riau islands, and parts of the coast of Borneo. It is an official language of Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. It is very similar to Indonesian, known locally as Bahasa Indonesia, the official language of Indonesia and also the native of Papua New Guinea. There are around 350 - 400 Million people speak this language estimated by me.

In Malaysia, the language is known as Bahasa Melayu or Bahasa Malaysia, which means the Malay, or Malaysian, language. The latter term, which was introduced by the National Language Act 1967, was predominant until the 1990s, when most academics and government officials reverted to the older term, which is used in the Malay version of the Federal Constitution. Indonesia adopted a form of Malay as its official language upon independence, naming it Bahasa Indonesia and although a degree of mutual intelligibility exists, Indonesian is considerably distinct from Malay as spoken in Malaysia. In Singapore and Brunei it is known simply as Malay or Bahasa Melayu.  

Basic knowledge
  • For Zero Beginners and need understand English
What you will learn
  • Big Picture of Malay Language
  • Speak the Basic Conversational Sentence
  • Basic Malay Language Grammar
  • Covering Ten Topics
  • 300 Sentences
  • 500 Vocabularies
Curriculum
Number of Lecture: 17
Total Duration: 03:35:13
Introduction
  • Introduction  

    Introduction

Let's Start to Learn to Talk
  • LBMWD P01 Numbers  

    LBMWD P01 Numbers

  • LBMWD P02 Basics Greetings  

    LBMWD P02 Basics Greetings

  • LBMWD P03 You and Me, My, His  

    LBMWD P03 You and Me, My, His

  • LBMWD P04 This That Here There  

    LBMWD P04 This That Here There

  • LBMWD P05 Date Week Time  

    LBMWD P05 Date Week Time

  • P06 Colors (Warna)  

    P06 Colors (Warna)

  • P07 Money (Wang )  

    P07 Money (Wang )

  • P08 Eating (Makan)  

    P08 Eating (Makan)

  • P09 Bars  

    P09 Bars

  • P10 Moving around and Directions (Bergerak di sekitar dan Arah)  

    P10 Moving around and Directions (Bergerak di sekitar dan Arah)

  • P11 Hotel  

    P11 Hotel

  • P12 Driving (Memandu)  

    P12 Driving (Memandu)

  • P13 Shopping  

    P13 Shopping

  • P14 Problems and Police (Authority) (Masalah and Polis (Pihak Berkuasa)  

    P14 Problems and Police (Authority) (Masalah and Polis (Pihak Berkuasa)

  • P15 Malay Phonetics  

    P15 Malay Phonetics

  • P16 Mesure Word (Penjodoh Bilangan)  

    P16 Mesure Word (Penjodoh Bilangan)

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