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This Indonesian language page is presented as an additional supplement for Linguistic Anthropology General Resources.


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Easy Indonesian - Indonesian Language __ Indonesian is the lingua franca of the archipelago. "With over 350 native languages currently in use throughout the country, a good lingua franca is clearly necessary." - From -

History of Indonesian Language __ "Bahasa Indonesia is a normative form of the Malay language, an Austronesian (or Malayo-Polynesian) language which had been used as a lingua franca in the Indonesian archipelago for centuries, and was elevated to the status of official language with the Indonesian declaration of independence in 1945..." You will find an encyclopedic article about the history of Indonesian Language. - from wikipedia - 

Indonesian alphabet, pronunciation and language __ "Indonesian, an Austronesian language, is a standardized form of Malay and is spoken throughout Indonesia. About 30 million people speak Indonesian as their first language and a further 140 million speak it as a second language. Indonesia is a linguistically diverse region where the Indonesian language acts as a lingua franca, even though there are more native speakers of Javanese - about 75 million." A good overview. - From - 

Indonesian Grammar __ Indonesian Grammar includes an Indonesian to English dictionary, sentence structure, and word order. From SEAsite Indonesia - 


Indonesian Language __ Scroll down the page to view an introduction to the Indonesian language, Indonesian writing, translations, and listen to sound samples. - illustrated - From - 

Indonesian language __ "Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) is the official language of Indonesia. Indonesian is a standardized dialect of the Malay language that was officially defined with the declaration of Indonesian independence in 1945, and the two languages remain quite similar." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia -


Indonesian resources for English speakers. Sarana bahasa Inggris untuk penutur Bahasa Indonesia __ You will find many resources for language learning. While most are commercial products, you can pick out some of the freebies. - From - 



Indonesian Tongue Twisters __ Pronounce these twenty-six Indonesian tongue twisters. Go real fast. The translation of each tongue twister is provided. - From Michael Reck - 

Interactive Dictionary Indonesia - English __ Online dictionary for translating English words to Indonesian. Enter a word and receive the definition in English, Make use of the word in a sentence, and a usage example. - From SEAsite Indonesia - 

Learning Bahasa Indonesia __ "Based on the Malay trade dialect, Bahasa Indonesia is the national language of the Republic of Indonesia. It unites the over 242 million people (2005 estimate) of Indonesia, whose native tongue may be one of the over 300 distinct languages or regional dialects." - From Expat Web Site Association Jakarta, Indonesia - 


Online English to Indonesian to English Dictionary __ That is just what it is. - From - 

Say Hello in the Indonesian Language __ Click and say - then scroll down the page to find many Indonesian Language links. - From Kidspace, the Internet Public Library - 

Vocabulary Lessons on Selected Topics __ Vocabulary Lessons on assorted topics will help you learn simple Indonesian proverbs, colors, currency, time, vegetables, family and more. - quizzes and tests - illustrated - From - 


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