Death In Translation: How Other Countries Treat Their Dead
The United States has its own particular way of treating dead bodies, but funerary rites vary widely around the world.
How To Talk About Food And Drink In Indonesian
Enjoying Indonesian food goes hand-in-hand with having some basic knowledge of the language.
How To Talk About The Weather In Indonesian
It’s always sunny in Indonesia. Except during the Monsoon season.
A Simple Guide To The Complex Topic Of Gender-Neutral Pronouns
The singular “they” is now recognized by leading dictionaries and style guides in English. What about in other languages?
Quiz: Do You Know The Colors In Indonesian?
It’s hard to describe the beauty of Indonesia without knowing your color words. Take our Indonesian colors quiz to see how much you really know.
How To Host The Perfect Indonesian Dinner Party
Fire up the oven and gather your spices. We’ll tell you everything you need to know to host an authentic and delicious Indonesian dinner party.
How To Write The Date In Indonesian
If you’re endeavoring to master the Indonesian date format, you’ve come to the right place.
How I Learned Indonesian With Babbel, 5 Days Before I Left For Bali
Five days before I left for Bali, I downloaded the Babbel app onto my iPhone. Here’s what happened.
How To Count To 100 In Indonesian
Counting in Indonesian is a fundamental aspect of speaking the language. Here’s a brief guide to how the numbers work, from nol (0) to seratus (100).
How To Name And Pronounce Colors In Indonesian
Roses are merah, violets are biru; say those colors a little louder, because we can’t hear you!
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Indonesian?
Even if you speak the language, you might not know the answers to these questions about Indonesian.
Here Are 47 Ways To Tell Someone Off In Another Language
Why settle for ‘buzz off’ when you can tell someone to ‘become dust’ in Turkish?
How Many People Speak Indonesian, And Where Is It Spoken?
Indonesian is one of the most spoken languages in the world, but it’s not used much outside of Southeast Asia. Read on to find out why.