BAHASA for beginners – Small group class – Learn from professional native-speaker teacher.
Bahasa Indonesia Course
Bahasa Indonesia Course
In the twenty-first century, multilingualism is becoming the norm.
It’s estimated that over half the world’s population is at least bilingual and this figure is growing.
Where do you fit into this changing world?
Do you see yourself as part of a dynamic population of world citizens, or stuck on a shrinking monolingual island?
The question should be: why not learn another language?
Speaking Indonesian (or Bahasa Indonesia as it’s also known) gives you access to the world of over 160 million speakers across South-East Asia.
The Spoken Bahasa Indonesia as a Foreign Language Course offered by Malvern Language Centre has something for everybody regardless of which level you are in.
The courses conducted at Malvern Singapore are like milestones or kilometer stones along the road from complete inability to moderate ability to speaking fluently.
Once you can speak even a little Bahasa Indonesia, there are many ways to improve your skills quickly while having fun at the same time.
Our teacher works as a facilitator in an effort to help students develop Bahasa Indonesia speaking skills for a range of purposes by encouraging students to speak in Bahasa Indonesia in the classroom, correcting pronunciation of words and utilizing new vocabulary as much as possible.
The Spoken Bahasa Indonesia courses are available at a range of levels and are designed to develop your speaking, listening and pronunciation skills for more effective communication in social, study and professional situations.
- Target audience: Anyone who wishes to speak Bahasa Indonesia
- Minimum admission requirements: N/A
- Academic Level: N.A
- Language Proficiency: NA
- Teacher Student Ratio 1: 25
At the end of the programme, students will be able to make themselves be understood and be able to understand others, especially if they are fluent speakers.
|Delivery:||Part Time, face to face|
|Duration:||10 sessions @ 2 hours per session|
|Frequency:||Once a week|
|Contact hours:||20 hours|
|Assessment Modes:||Face to Face (20 minutes)|
|Batch||Frequency||Start Date||End Date||Time|
|STARI001||Every Thursday||1 Jun||3 Aug||7pm -9pm|
|STARI002||Every Thursday||15 Jun||24 Aug||7pm -9pm|
|STARI003||Every Thursday||27 Jun||28 Sep||7pm -9pm|
|STARI004||Every Thursday||17 Aug||19 Oct||7pm -9pm|
|STARI005||Every Thursday||31 Aug||02 Nov||7pm -9pm|
|STARI006||Every Thursday||14 Sep||16 Nov||7pm -9pm|
|STARI006||Every Thursday||28 Sep||30 Sep||7pm -9pm|
To be able to understand what people say to you without having to repeat something two or three times.
Intelligibility and Pronunciation
To ensure the listener understands you
To be able to emphasize the right words and syllables
To be able to speak fluently and clearly
Accuracy and Appropriateness of Language
To be able to use the right grammar or right words.
|1||Greetings, introducing oneself||2|
|2||Numbers, asking and telling dates and time||2|
|3||Numbers, asking and bargaining for prices||2|
|4||Simple sentences, daily routines||2|
|5||Negation, likes and dislikes||2|
|6||Describing people and things||2|
|7||Directions, asking and giving directions||2|
|8||Tenses, planning for holiday||2|
|9||Question words, interview||2|
|10||Cultural Understanding: DO and DON’T
|Total number of hours||20|