Hey everyone! I thought this information may be useful for people learning Indonesian at any level.
This spring, Global Language Network is providing four Indonesian language courses, all of which will be taught by native speakers. The classes range from beginner to advanced levels, so there is really something for everyone. This is a 12-week online course and only costs $100 if you use the promo code LDS100-S2021.
If you are interested in joining, follow these links for the schedule and registration process. If you have any other questions, feel free to PM me. I know several people in the organization who would be more than willing to help. Thanks for your time!
Hi, I'm 22F speaking polish and English and I really want to learn french or indonesian. I tried on my own, but I'm not very good at it. I'm interested in things like snowboarding, programming, animals (reptiles and otters the most), pokemons and a few other things. I don't exactly feel comfortable with sharing my personal informations, so sorry about being a little shy in advance, but I really want to learn at least one of this 2 languages. If you're interested PM me on reddit (that's the most comfortable platform to chat for me right now), I'd like to exchange messages from time to time. Thanks guys :) Ps. I'd love to talk to someone around 18-26 years old
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I bet y’all’ll use google translate
It's called "BAIK Programming Language", developed by Haris Hasanudin.
This has been existing since a few years ago, but just wanna share this and hear your opinions, especially if you've never heard of this Programming Language.
Why is Malaysian language and Indonesian language so similar?
Who copies who?
If both languages derive from something, what is it?
This has been bothering me for a good while now. I see a lot of Indonesians get confused about thinking they can read tagalog, but they have literally no words in common. As a Filipino myself, too, I see the Indonesian language and immediately think it's my native language, then instantly realise I'm way off.
The placements of the vowels, the length of the words mostly being short, the consonants being said in a "harder" way than intended, etc. are why I confuse them.
I've also noticed a similarity in accents and lifestyle.
Is there a reason to this? Is there something along the ethnicity of Indonesia and Philippines; branching off from one thing? Did something happen with the colonizations in southern-eastern Asia that caused both languages to be similar?
Or is it purely coincidence?
Hello I have a question about how many hours of study per week do you need to get a student visa? I am going to study at a online university (information tech) from a western university and i am thinking of moving somewhere new. I either want to learn indonesian language or complete another degree I started for 1,5 year ago. It is a International busniess degree (not online) and I am wondering if there are several universities in indonesia that is recongnized world wide or in ASEAN that is offering simillar degree. (studying in English and got 3.3 GPA from 3000 ranking worldwide uni)
What is the pros and cons according to you? Thank you for your answer. Would also want to live in a big city so preferably Jakarta