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DO YOU KNOW?
The Indonesian name for the language is Bahasa Indonesia (literally “the language of Indonesia”). This term is often found in written or spo-ken English.
Apa kabar? How are you?
Selamat pagi – Good morning
|Indonesian language is sometimes referred to as “Bahasa” by English speakers, though this simply means “language” and thus does not technically specify the Indonesian language.||Siapa nama anda? What is your name?|
|Indonesian language is a modified version of Malay||Terima Kasih – Thank you|
|Indonesian is an open language, influenced by other languages such as English and Arabic||Maaf – Sorry|
|In terms of grammar, there are no conjugation/ verb tenses||Permisi – Excuse me|
Adjectives always follow nouns.
Selamat datang – Welcome
Dewishinta is a native Indonesian language speaker; she was born and raised in Indonesia.
She has completed a Bachelor Degree in Economic and a Masters Degree in Management Marketing at the University of Atma Jaya, Indonesia.
Dewishinta has a strong passion in languages and in teaching. Dewishinta has been teaching language for more than 20 years. She is proud to be able to help Indonesian students in improving their pronunciation and their knowledge in the Indonesian culture. She was a Language Lecturer in the Department of Cultural Science Faculty, Gadjah Mada University – Yogyakarta Indonesia.
Apart from teaching, Dewishinta was also a Marketing Event Manager for 4 years in one of the big exhibition company in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Telaga has been a versatile English teacher since college and many of his students have enrolled in Australian universities and institutions and have later gained their Permanent Residency status and held various positions within their chosen career paths.
Many of Telaga’s students reside Singapore, the US, Australia and NZ. His specialties are coaching IELTS Preparation, Paper writing for undergrads and Business English. He is now pursuing his postgraduate degree here in Sydney and are enthusiastic in helping you achieve your full English potential. He has IELTS Band 8.5 with 9 in Reading and 8 in Writing.
Stephanie Kristian is native speaker of Indonesian. She completed her degree in Bachelor of Arts (Linguistics) in the University of Western Sydney and is currently completing her Master of Teaching (Primary) course.
Stephanie has years of experience in teaching Indonesian to English speaker from different background. She has a good understanding of the culture of Indonesia and gives Indonesian lessons in a way that makes the learning process interesting.
She is an enthusiastic and dedicated person with a strong passion to help. Her exceptional interpersonal and communication skills have helped her to foster her students’ learning in Indonesian.
Elizabeth Nurieta is a native speaker of Indonesian; she was born and raised in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta.
She holds a Bachelor Degree in English Education from Satya Wacana Christian University, Indonesia. Her educational background has equipped her with essential teaching skills and a good understanding of English.
Elizabeth has a lot of experiences in teaching Indonesian to English speakers.Her tutoring experiences have helped her in gaining knowledge about common challenges that English speakers deal with when learning Indonesian language.
Many found her very motivated, enthusiastic, patient as well as helpful in answering students’ doubts and curiosity. Therefore, she always manages to create a fun and enjoyable learning process. She also has a strong knowledge of Indonesian culture that helps students understand cultural perspectives of the language.
“Teacher interacts with everyone” – (Peter, Indonesian Beg 1 Student, May 2017 Intake)
“The tutor is very friendly and worked well with students of different abilities. Also, the course was developed in a very logical progression” – (Indonesian Beginner 1, Susan Robertson, May 2016 session)
“What i like the most is pointing out common phrases in Indo. Very useful” – (Indonesian Beginner 2, Max Walden, October 2015 session)
“Very satisfied with Vivi as the teacher, takes time to explain things” – (Indonesian Beginner 2, Puch Willemijn Rozenbroek, October 2015 session)
“I learnt a lot of verbs, grammar, and nouns, and adjectives” – (Indonesian Beginner 2, Tim Fitzhardinge, October 2015 session)
“Stephanie was a delightful teacher, full of energy and fun” – (Indonesian Beginner 1 Student, May-July 2014 Session)
“Small numbers in class make it more personal. The teacher was good. I enjoyed it and would recommend the course to other people” – (Indonesian Pre-Intermediate 1 student)