Indonesian language classes
Learning the Indonesian language, or Bahasa Indonesia, opens the door to talking with more than 250 million people in Southeast Asia.
Indonesian is widely understood in both Indonesia and Malaysia, where the national language is Malay, a closely related language. Both countries are important to New Zealand, with well-established and growing links in tourism, business and education as well as a range of social and cultural connections.
In 2020, NZAI will be offering Indonesian language courses for adult learners over 4 semesters (8 consecutive Thursdays, 5-6.30pm) at the Auckland Business School. Register below:
- Level 1: 20 February to 9 April
- Level 2: 30 April to 18 June
- Level 3: 30 July to 17 September
- Level 4: 22 October to 10 December
The courses are for people with a range of prior exposure to Indonesian, from those who are absolute beginners to those who have some familiarity with the language. We provide follow-on Levels 2-4 for those who have taken our beginners’ course previously.
The course introduces the core language required to get around and interact with Indonesian speakers, with further topics for more advanced students. Topics include:
- Introductions and getting to know someone
- Describing what you want
- Eating and shopping
- Meetings and making plans
- Invitations and refusals
- Etiquette in informal and business situations
Please register your interest in attending the 2020 language class by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org