The next steps: learn how to reserve a hotel room, how to check in at a hotel, how to ask for and give directions, and how to shop at a market. Say how old you are and learn to count to the thousands. Short lessons inbetween give you insight into Indonesian culture and life, as well as pronunciation and spelling. This course is centered around language, grammar and pronunciation based on a beginner’s level of language learning.
words relating to hotels to say if something is there or not
a few set phrases you can use at a hotel sentences with "ini" and "itu" "ini" and "itu" as demonstrative adjectives
the vocabulary of the last two lessons the use of "ada" and "tidak ada" the use of "ini" and "itu"
about life in cities and villages in Indonesia
how to give directions the prepositions "di", "ke" and "dari" and their use with "mana"
how to ask for directions and give them how to answer "thank you" "kita" and "kami", the two words for "we"
the vocabulary of the last two lessons the use of the prepositions "di", "ke" and "dari" the use of "kita" and "kami"
the numbers from 5 to 10 the use of "dan" and "atau"
helpful phrases for buying things at the market the indefinite plural forming the numbers from 11 to 19
the vocabulary of the last two lessons the numbers up to 19 definite and indefinite plurals
how to talk about siblings how to address young people the personal pronoun "mereka"
phrases for talking about ages and birthdays how to form the numbers from 20 to 99
the vocabulary of the last two lessons how to form the numbers from 20 to 99
that there are different words for rice in Indonesian where you can go to eat in Indonesia
the round numbers up to 100,000 how to form higher compound numbers
important phrases for going out to eat the helping verbs "mau", "minta" and "bisa"
the vocabulary of the last two lessons how to form numbers up to 999,999 the helping verbs "mau", "minta" and "bisa"
the personal pronoun "kalian" and the polite form of address in the plural a few verbs the use of "untuk" with verbs
helpful phrases about traveling how personal pronouns become possessive pronouns the possessive pronoun -"nya"
the vocabulary of the last two lessons the use of "untuk" possessive pronouns
how people in Indonesia spend their free time about traditional theater and music
some question words places where you can spend free time placement of adjectives
some helpful phrases for making plans with someone how to give the time in full hours how to invite someone to do something
the vocabulary of the last two lessons placement of adjectives how to give the time