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Post Sat Feb 12, 2011 2:41 pm

Re: Malay Language

dmialr91 wrote:Warna = Colour/Color

Putih ---> White
Hitam ---> Black
Biru ---> Blue
Hijau ---> Green
Merah ---> Red
Kuning ---> Yellow
Ungu ---> Purple
Merah Jambu ---> Pink
Oren ---> Orange


Some ppl say Merah Muda is Pink too. No?
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Post Sat Feb 12, 2011 2:43 pm

Re: Malay Language

red0xxx wrote:name of chess pieces


K = King = Raja
Q = Queen = permaisuri
B = Bishop = Gajah
N = Knights = Kuda
R = Rook = benteng
P = Pawn = Bida


I heard some ppl also say Rook = Kota and Pawn = askar. Possible?
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Post Sat Feb 12, 2011 3:00 pm

Re: Malay Language

mindless wrote:
FYI, INTAN is pronounced not as INTEN (as in the US), but as in INTON.


:-O :-O :-O :-O

funny!! INTON....rofl :banana-dance: :banana-dance:
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Post Sat Feb 12, 2011 4:42 pm

KOTA??
owh..ye..
castle=kota. :violence-snipersmiley:
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Post Sat Feb 12, 2011 10:29 pm

Re: Malay Language

nombor-nombor - numbers (part two = bahagian ke-dua) (a)

If you have mastered counting from one to nine in part one you now need to know only two more words (belas and puluh) to be able to count from 10 to 99.

Counting from 11 to 19 in Malay is simple when you remember how 13 to 19 are counted in English (as in four-teen, six-teen, eighteen, nine-teen). The "teen" in the second syllable is replaced by "belas", that's all.. :dance:

sebelas ---> eleven
dua belas ---> twelve
tiga belas ---> thirteen
empat belas ---> fourteen
lima belas ---> fifteen
enam belas ---> sixteen
tujuh belas ---> seventeen
lapan belas ---> eigthteen
sembilan belas ---> nineteen

Counting the tens (10, 20, 30, 40, etc.) in Malay is like counting the tens in English (forty, sixty, eighty, ninety). The "ty" is replaced by "puluh".. :dance:

sepuluh ---> ten
dua puluh ---> twenty
tiga puluh ---> thirty
enpat puluh ---> forty
lima puluh ---> fifty
enam puluh ---> sixty
tujuh puluh ---> seventy
lapan puluh ---> eighty
sembilan puluh ---> ninety

As for all the other numbers in-between 10 and 99 they are formed in exactly the same way as in English . Thus when you have a number such as 47 you only have to say forty (empat puluh) first, then seven (tujuh)... :dance:

Thats all..selamat berjaya ;)


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Post Sun Feb 13, 2011 11:03 am

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Some ppl say Merah Muda is Pink too. No?


Yup true..
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Post Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:49 am

Re: Malay Language

hari = day

isnin >>> monday
selasa >>> tuesday
rabu >>> wednesday
khamis >>> thursday
jumaat >>> friday
sabtu >>> saturday
ahad >>> sunday
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Post Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:14 pm

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wow ... this is cool :)
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Post Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:32 pm

Re: Malay Language

gmcarpio wrote:wow ... this is cool :)



welcOme kuya~ u can learn malay languange here..a lil cute angel is always here to help u (a)

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Post Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:15 am

Re: Malay Language

Makan ---> Eat
Minum ---> Drink
Tidur ---> Sleep
Mandi ---> Bath/Shower
Berjalan ---> Walking
Berlari ---> Running
Menyanyi ---> Singing
Menari ---> Dancing
Menjerit ---> Shouting
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