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Just a piece of info about my opinion. I think bahasa Indonesia is relatively easy to learn. A friend of mine originally from India had 1-year internship there. After less than 6 months, he could speak Bahasa and communicate with people he met on the street. And when I met him in Singapore, we conversed in bahasa, haha...
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Jubilee ur lucky you can enter NUS MBA, i can't i just can enter MDIS MBA (Working experience blocks my way). You are giving chinese tuition? Is it free, sine i am from indonesia too hehehe? Well i am a chinese but cant speak chinese very well, very pathetic rite. Ok neojw2002, i will post it here when i come here and ready to do some language exchange. Jubilee how old are you? Are you male or female?
I am currently taking MBA course at NUS. I'm a PR from Indonesia, and I am giving business chinese tuition, too. If you need to learn Indonesian, I can give a twice a week tuition.
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