Sentence Patterns of Indonesian (Google eBook)

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University of Hawaii Press, 1978 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 434 pages
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This textbook looks at the sentence patterns of the Bahasa Indonesia language.
  

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III
11
IV
20
V
32
VI
48
VII
61
VIII
75
IX
91
X
102
XXII
235
XXIII
247
XXIV
258
XXV
272
XXVI
284
XXVII
290
XXVIII
303
XXIX
316

XI
115
XII
127
XIII
138
XIV
150
XV
162
XVI
173
XVII
183
XVIII
195
XIX
205
XX
216
XXI
229
XXX
327
XXXI
339
XXXII
345
XXXIII
356
XXXIV
367
XXXV
379
XXXVI
389
XXXVII
395
XXXVIII
409
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Page 4 - Indonesian intellectuals realize that a language of their own and one which was understood by the majority was needed. At their first congress held in Batavia. now called Jakarta, on October 28. 1928, the Indonesian youth pledged to have one nation, the Indonesian nation; one native country. Indonesia: and one language. Bahasa Indonesia. It was in this year that the term Ma1ay was replaced by Bahasa Indonesia.
Page 9 - When the consonants [p], [t] and [k] occur at the end of a syllable or in unstressed position they are pronounced with no aspiration. Pronounce the following words. Do not aspirate [p], [t] and [k] when they occur at the end of a syllable or in unstressed position.

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