[LEARN MALAY] 44-Introduction To Verbs

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[LEARN MALAY] 45-PART 1 Prefix "Me"-Kata Imbuhan Awalan "Me"

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Speak Malay Like a Local - Lesson 5: What, Why, Where, When, How and Who

Today I share the pronunciation of some common interrogative words and how to use them in Malay. Below are all the Malay words I used in this video if you want to double check the meaning. 1. What - Apa 2. Why - Kenapa (Informal) and Mengapa (Formal) 3. Where - Mana 4. When - Bila 5. How - Macam mana (informal) and Bagaimana (informal) 6. Who - Siapa 7. How much - Berapa 8. What time - Pukul berapa 9. He/She - Dia (Dia is completely gender neutral, so it's very normal to have to stop the conversation at some point to ask if a person is talking about a male or a female). 10. Go - Pergi (the pronunciation is to pretend the 'R' is not there, so it sounds like PE-GI. The 'E' in 'PE' is like the 'E' in the word 'Err'. The 'G' in 'GI' is like the 'G' in the word 'Go'. The 'I' in 'GI' in like the 'I' in 'Tick'. 11. You - Awak. There are many other variations of you in Malay like Kamu, Engkau, Kau. I will cover the differences in another video. 12. Want - Nak (which is the informal, short form of 'Hendak') 13. That - Tu (which is the informal, short form of 'Itu') 14. This - Ni (which is the informal, short form of 'Ini') 15. Do - Buat 16. Five - Lima (My next video will be about numbers) Some credentials, I am Malay and I was born, raised and still live in Malaysia. As usual, if you have any comments or any ideas on how to make my videos better for you, please feel free to comment! I'm all for improvements! Website: http://sierralisse.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sierralisse/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sierralisse/

[LEARN MALAY] 04-Malay Greetings 1

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Easy Malay 9 - What makes you happy?

Learn Malay with Easy Malay: Tahirah finds out what makes people in Kuala Lumpur happy :D — JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/easygermanvideos https://www.facebook.com/easylanguagestreetinterviews SUPPORT OUR PROJECT: http://www.easy-languages.org/support-easy-languages/ ALL INFO: http://www.easy-languages.org — Easy Languages is an international video project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews. We also use this format to expose our street culture abroad and create a more diverse image of our countries. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English. Host: Tahirah Sirat Video: Faris Ideris Proofreader: Viktor Sekowski Co-produder: Daniel Ideris”

The Malay Pronouns - Super Basic Malay #2

When you are first starting a language, I think there are four key things you want to get to grips with. One of these things is the basic pronouns - how to say "I", "you", "he" for example. Once you understand these, you can start to build sentences. In this video, I take you through some of the essential pronouns in Malay, and how you should use them. In the other videos in the series I cover: Essential Malay Phrases - Super Basic Malay #1 https://youtu.be/w1IcVadb17w The Malay Pronouns - Super Basic Malay #2 https://youtu.be/o5nUOvqHfRQ Easy Malay Verbs - Super Basic Malay #3 Link TBC Malay Grammar (an Intro) - Super Basic Malay #4 Link TBC -- I would love to know what you think about this series. Please leave a comment below, and don't forget to subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tomcrewther

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so that i can make more videos :) thanks friends :) Wanna learn Malay through easy way?
Let's watch my videos
And you will see how everything as easy as ABC :)

Language is the vital part of cultural identity
Learning language can really help you make/create your life wonderful here
Malaysians feel so much appreciated and happy if you can speak
our language :)



For more info about my book, please check out and click the link below :)
- https://www.facebook.com/CroatiaMalaysiaJodohDariInternet/?ref=settings
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- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdlf-rAzbRI&t=31s

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