Bahasa Malaysia

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Synonyms for Bahasa Malaysia

the Malay language spoken in Malaysia

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It is generally in Bahasa Malaysia and covers approximately 200 to 300 sign language words.
Speaking Bahasa Malaysia as their daily spoken language, their mother tongue, kristang, will be lost to the future generation if no effort to conserve them is made.
As the new converts were only conversant in the Bahasa Malaysia language as a result of the national language policy of Malaysia's education system, the Chinese-speaking church faced a dilemma with regard to indigenous theological education.
Mandarin, Hokkien, English, Bahasa Malaysia dialogue)
Semiotic textual analysis (De Saussure 1983; Williamson,1978) was deployed in carrying out a critical reading of product images in selected Bahasa Malaysia (Malay language) and English language women's magazines such as the local editions of Cosmopolitan, Women's Weekly and Harper's Bazaar and local magazines such as Rapi, Mingguan Wanita and Keluarga Harmoni.
The national and official language of Malaysia is Bahasa Malaysia.
He said ATMs currently used three languages - Bahasa Malaysia, English and Mandarin.
The fiction material includes both English and Bahasa Malaysia literature.
All programmes will be available to viewers across Malaysia in both English as well as Bahasa Malaysia.
The subjects had to be between 18 and 50 years and were able to converse in Bahasa Malaysia or English.
But the debate continues in Malaysia over the translation of the word God in Bahasa Malaysia.
The Herald has been using Allah in its Bahasa Malaysia, the country's national language, publication since 1995, but it was not until 2006 that it was warned by the government to stop using "Allah" to refer to God.
As much as this was cheered on by Malay nationalists, critics of the new move complained that "you cannot really convey the scientific concepts to the students in Bahasa Malaysia at a very high level.
He learned Arabic while studying on a scholarship in Jordan, worked on his doctoral thesis at Cairo University, and learned Bahasa Malaysia while a professor at Malaysia's International Islamic University.
The other limitation of this study is that the questionnaires used were not translated to more languages, other than Bahasa Malaysia and English.