Requests by Australian learners of Indonesian
This study is an investigation of how Australian learners perform requests in Bahasa Indonesia in everyday situations. Bahasa Indonesia (henceforth BI, or Indonesian), is the national language of Indonesia, and is spoken by the majority of Indonesians (cf. Nababan 1991). For most speakers it is learned as a second language, either formally at school, or informally through the community. However, there is an increasing trend for Indonesians to speak BI as a first language (cf. Nababan...[Show more]
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