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Re: learn free indonesian lesson

Post by enerimil » Sat, 09 May 2009 11:32 pm

tony_xig wrote: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 ^^
I just came back from Jkt and my relatives are nagging me incessantly to pick up the language. Never knew how to speak it fluently cos am born and raised here. So...my mandarin is not too bad, we can help each other out with our lingusitc endeavours if you are keen. Drop me a PM ya? :)

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Post by tony_xig » Sun, 10 May 2009 12:21 am

hi enerimil,

i can not send you pm because i haven't made more posts in the forum, so there is a restriction here,
could you please send message to my email so i can reply you back :)

thank you,
tony
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Post by dep » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 2:17 pm

anyone still interested to learn bahasa? Im willing to teach but it will be better if i can exhange with another language... not mandarin because i just came back from shanghai after one and a half year. ...

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Post by dee511 » Mon, 21 Sep 2009 4:10 pm

hello (:

I'm an indonesian too.. haha.. anyone still interested? really hope i can learn japanese or korean for an exchange though ;D

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Post by thegirlnextdoor » Thu, 04 Nov 2010 2:42 pm

Hi, I'd be glad to share my skill in Bahasa Indonesia..I'm an Indonesian who's been here for 5 years. Just drop me a pm!
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Post by mredwintan » Wed, 22 Dec 2010 10:57 pm

thegirlnextdoor wrote:Hi, I'd be glad to share my skill in Bahasa Indonesia..I'm an Indonesian who's been here for 5 years. Just drop me a pm!
I definately need some help with my bahasa indonesian. Anyone can help?

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Post by thegirlnextdoor » Wed, 22 Dec 2010 11:03 pm

I don't mind helping you out with your bahasa.
just out of curiosity though.. why indonesian? doesn't seem like it can be put to the best use here in singapore. do you just want to pick up a new language? :)

Either way, I'll be happy to teach you and maybe we can do language exchange.
~You need to spend more time being in awe.~

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Post by mredwintan » Wed, 22 Dec 2010 11:49 pm

thegirlnextdoor wrote:I don't mind helping you out with your bahasa.
just out of curiosity though.. why indonesian? doesn't seem like it can be put to the best use here in singapore. do you just want to pick up a new language? :)

Either way, I'll be happy to teach you and maybe we can do language exchange.
Partly for work and the need to move around freely in Indonesia without relying on friends to take me around. Ha!

I'm still a newbie here. Pls PM me with your email n contact. Thks.

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Post by chuckos24 » Wed, 12 Jan 2011 3:46 pm

thegirlnextdoor wrote:Hi, I'd be glad to share my skill in Bahasa Indonesia..I'm an Indonesian who's been here for 5 years. Just drop me a pm!
Hi, i am new here and interested in learning Bahasa Indonesian as well, would appreciate any help i can get on it. Please email me at shaun.ng@live.com.

Thanks

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Post by ggoorts » Wed, 17 Aug 2011 4:58 pm

There are a number of Indonesian courses on yago.sg, currently with Spring College and Globibo, see here: http://yago.sg/searches/?keyword=&langu ... typecode=4

If any of you have attended an Indonesian course, they have a draw with an ipad2 as the main prize until 9 Sept 11; to participate, you just need to write a review on the site. More information here: http://facebook.com/yago.singapore

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Post by kokumoo » Mon, 02 Jan 2012 1:18 pm

thegirlnextdoor wrote:I don't mind helping you out with your bahasa.
just out of curiosity though.. why indonesian? doesn't seem like it can be put to the best use here in singapore. do you just want to pick up a new language? :)

Either way, I'll be happy to teach you and maybe we can do language exchange.
Hi 'thegirlnextdoor', is the offer still on? interested to trade Behasa Indonesia with Mandarin? I'll be travelling to Indo freq so I need to pick up this language fast!
msg me back at kokumoo3@gmail.com ya.. =)

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Post by le_geek » Sat, 22 Dec 2012 6:23 am

Hi
I'm an indonesian, I'm not a teacher but surely could help you to learn bahasa Indonesia. Formal or daily conversations.

Drop me an email at sitjerdas@gmail.com
I'm not in to language exchange, just to offer help.

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Post by Michael X » Thu, 02 May 2013 6:24 pm

the above mentioned course at SMU is the best option, albeit expensive.

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