Kamus Kata-Kata Serapan Asing dalam Bahasa Indonesia
Probably due to the Philippines' proximity to Malaysia and Indonesia, the language of these countries, Bahasa Indonesia
and Bahasa Malayu, are very similar to the Filipino dialect.
What needs to be done in the future is to include articles published by ecumenical bodies such as WCC and CCA in Bahasa Indonesia
for a wider readership.
Not only do the authors use sources in the original languages (mostly Arabic, but also Bahasa Indonesia
, French, and Dutch), they also have the familiarity with many of the personalities discussed in the book through personal interviews and observations.
is, like Welsh, a phonetic language, English is certainly not.
He also asserted that by learning Bahasa Indonesia
, one actually learns the language of seven countries.
Agreements must be translated into Bahasa Indonesia
, the local language.
Most insightful in the introduction is the intellectual difference in "writing about Islam and women in English" and the same in bahasa Indonesia
There are lists of recommended restaurants, ideas of what to do and where to go when it's raining, action adventure tour ideas, A list of common phrases or sayings in Bahasa Indonesia
is included and other interesting facts and figures about Bali.
In addition to Arabic, the resource centre is available in seven languages, including traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese, Korean, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia
, Hindi and Bengali.
Agung Yudhawiranata, Program Coordinator and Bahasa Indonesia
Editor, explains: "Because of the change in peoples' schedules, there is an effect on business.
Though I am told that the Sanskrit- origin words in Indonesia's official language, Bahasa Indonesia
, may not mean the same thing that they do in the Sanskrit language itself.
Languages: Portuguese, Tetum (official languages); English, Bahasa Indonesia
The centre is staffed to manage more than 5m transactions annually in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese and Bahasa Indonesia
The beta version of Mail on Ovi will roll out globally in December 2008 in 12 languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Hindi, Bengali, Tagalog, Bahasa Indonesia
and Bahasa Malaysia on all currently shipping Nokia Series 40 devices.