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Bahasa Indonesia Lesson/Translation

Post by creme » Wed, 05 Dec 2007 11:54 pm

Anyone knows where to learn Bahasa?

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Post by SinghaPoor » Thu, 06 Dec 2007 2:04 am

I bought recently the book "Everyday Indonesian" in order to start learning by myself, but if you find a teacher and would like to share costs, I would be interested, so let me know if you make any progress on this.

Terima kasih ;-)

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Post by babykasim » Thu, 06 Dec 2007 9:16 am

There are few training centre that offers course in Bahasa Indonesia, GNS School to name one.

just try to google it :)

are you looking for learning the language or you only need translation service?
because the training centre normally only conduct courses..

hope this helps ..
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Post by Super_Star » Fri, 07 Dec 2007 1:27 pm

How do u learn a language from a book? It's difficult knowing if you have pronounced the words correctly, isn't it?

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Post by SinghaPoor » Sat, 08 Dec 2007 5:14 am

Hi babykasim,

Thank you for the tip! I googled them and found this http://www.gns-singapore.com but it's just a blank page! I am looking for courses, I don't need any translation services. If you have a website that works, please let me know...

Super Star, it is definitely possible to learn (at least to a certain extent) a language from a book, and this is specially true for indonesian because everyone (mostly some indonesian and malaysian friends) say that it's an easy language, and as for the pronunciation, you just need to pronounce exactly what you read!!! Of course you can go to Indonesia sometimes for a weekend and you can practice and see how good or bad your pronunciation is...

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Post by Super_Star » Sat, 08 Dec 2007 4:36 pm

I applaude your willingness to learn the language. It's great that you're so passionate about taking up the language. :)

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Post by babykasim » Sun, 09 Dec 2007 11:20 am

SinghaPoor wrote:Hi babykasim,

Thank you for the tip! I googled them and found this http://www.gns-singapore.com but it's just a blank page! I am looking for courses, I don't need any translation services. If you have a website that works, please let me know...

Super Star, it is definitely possible to learn (at least to a certain extent) a language from a book, and this is specially true for indonesian because everyone (mostly some indonesian and malaysian friends) say that it's an easy language, and as for the pronunciation, you just need to pronounce exactly what you read!!! Of course you can go to Indonesia sometimes for a weekend and you can practice and see how good or bad your pronunciation is...
hi singhapoor,

i'll pm you their phone number then ..
check your inbox

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Post by hahaha » Thu, 13 Dec 2007 12:51 am

http://indoinsingapore.blogspot.com

they provide bahasa course

recommended by my friends, unfortunately no time to learn :mad:

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hello

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Any luck finding bahasa lessons?

Post by KLKev » Sat, 27 Sep 2008 5:36 pm

Hi,
I simply wanted to follow up on this thread because I too am interested in taking bahasa Indonesia lessons. I have some experience in the language but need practice. Please contact me with any details on classes.
Terima kasih.

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practise bahasa indonesia and/or mandarin

Post by vh2008 » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 4:12 pm

Hi folks!

I am not a language teacher, but can help out with practising conversation in bahasa indonesia....
I am a native of Indonesia who just recently moved here after many years living in the US.
Would be happy to put my native language skill into a good use!

Btw I myself am interested in learning Mandarin, at least for daily conversational purposes. Anyone out there speak Mandarin and would like to learn bahasa?

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Re: practise bahasa indonesia and/or mandarin

Post by vaganza » Sun, 26 Oct 2008 12:34 am

vh2008 wrote:Hi folks!

I am not a language teacher, but can help out with practising conversation in bahasa indonesia....
I am a native of Indonesia who just recently moved here after many years living in the US.
Would be happy to put my native language skill into a good use!

Btw I myself am interested in learning Mandarin, at least for daily conversational purposes. Anyone out there speak Mandarin and would like to learn bahasa?
so outdated the thread...i dun think hes updating....

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free bahasa lesson

Post by tony_xig » Sat, 02 May 2009 4:15 am

hi,

i teach bahasa indonesia for free in exchange for mandarin,
if you are interested, you can email me : tony_xig@yahoo.com
or (+65) 96395247

thanks
free lesson exchange

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Learn Bahasa Indonesia

Post by Kendran » Sat, 02 May 2009 10:57 pm

You can try to contact Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia Singapore..
I thought there's a session to learn Indonesian language.
Actually, I also can speak Indonesian and if you really want to learn I don't mind to give an introduction for you to learn about Bahasa Indonesia.

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learn free indonesian lesson

Post by tony_xig » Sun, 03 May 2009 12:50 am

Hi Kendran,

I want to learn mandarin, not bahasa indonesia,
i offer to teach free bahasa indonesia lesson in exchange for mandarin,
pls feel free to email me at : tony_xig@yahoo.com or (+65) 96395247

thanks ^^
free lesson exchange

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