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    Proud to Be Indonesian

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    PROUD TO BE INDONESIAN Indonesia. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘Indonesia’? Indonesia is the one and only country in the universe that has so many islands‚ languages‚ tribes‚ traditional dishes‚ culture or should I say cultures – because the Indonesian people them selves can not count the culture that they have in Indonesia – different dialects‚ the variety of skin tones and so many variety that we can not count. If we ask foreigners what the first thing that pops up when they heard

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    Lin Fang-Ning 599987 Language and Power in Asian Societies ASIA10001 In what ways are Indonesian nationalism and the development of the Indonesian language related to each other? You can choose to look at this from a combination of different historical‚ political and/or social perspectives. The Indonesian language had been used as an important symbol of unity during the expansion of the Indonesian nationalist movement. As Indonesia is famous for its great diversity of more than 200 major ethnic

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    Indonesian Food

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    Selmat Pagi kelas my name is Rebecca. Today I will be talking to you about Indonesian foods and what they like to eat. Suka makan apa? Which means what do you like to eat? Indonesians eat relatively simple but delicious meals. Indonesian food is essentially ’peasant’ cuisine – fresh‚ simple ingredients‚ combined with a blend of spices‚ resulting in a delicious‚ inexpensive meal. Eating only becomes a grand affair in Indonesia when communal feats are held to celebrate family occasions‚ such as

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    Indonesian cuisine is diverse‚ in part because Indonesia is composed of approximately 6‚000 populated islands of the total 18‚000 in the world’s largest archipelago.[1] Many regional cuisines exist‚ often based upon cultural and foreign influences.[1] Indonesian cuisine varies greatly by region and has many different influences.[1][2][3] Throughout its history‚ Indonesia has been involved in trade due to its location and natural resources. Additionally‚ Indonesia’s indigenous techniques and ingredients

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    PRESENTATION LINGUISTICS /INTRODUCTION: We are going to talk about Dutch loanwords in Indonesian. About 20% of Indonesian words can be traced back to Dutch words. Some of these words are academic terms‚ for example terms in law‚ which is the reason that for many studies in Indonesia‚ it is compulsory to take a course of Dutch Language. But the Dutch influence is also visible in everyday Indonesian language. I personally thought that the reason for this would be obvious: the Dutch were present for

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    students learn English faster and more efficient‚ because they are using English every day. Students in a class that use bilingual education as their method in learning program‚ are using Bahasa Indonesia as their native and English as their second language in every courses such as mathematics‚ physics‚ biology‚ economics‚ arts and so on. So they also learn English beside their main course. It is better than only give the students a regular English course. Secondly‚ in schools that applying bilingual

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    Bilingualism in Indonesian Schools Language education is one of the primary educations in human’s early learning. A good mind is build by a good language structure‚ so bilingualism is the important thing that should be emphasized in human’s life. However‚ to apply bilingualism in education‚ people need to spend more money because it is more expensive than regular education system. In Indonesia‚ there are several schools that applying bilingualism in their education system‚ but they are mostly

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    On Job Training Report

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    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION A. Background The job training is an obligatory subject for all seventh semester students in English Department‚ Faculty of Letters and Fine Arts. They must fulfill 100 hours or about one month to do job training in the chosen institution or company. The job training program is an activity done by the students to get experiences in subjects in the real work world. The job training which is done by students in a company or an institution should be the in line with the

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    Member (CONTRA) Legislative is one of Indonesian institute that have power to amend‚ create and expel the laws. As we know‚ recently there is a lot of artists participate in politic. But our group think that .. it’s not a problem if an artist want to be eee… politician. Firstly firstly..‚ all of Indonesian people have right to choose or to be chosen in politic. This statement.. also fully supported by one of Indonesian bill eee… based on Indonesian bill numb.12 year 2003 about candidacy of

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    so diverse and complex. Such a discussion could refer to language‚ way of life‚ ethics‚ performing arts‚ texts and more. This study focuses on the Javanese culture in terms of world-view‚ “the Javanese idea of the good life” as studied by Magnis-Suseno (1997). Because of the sheer size of the community‚ the homogeneity of its culture and their influence on the nation’s capital‚ Javanese culture influences the way of life of most Indonesians‚ and the Javanese dominate cultural‚ business‚ social and

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