How to Speak Indonesian



I've always said that when you travel internationally, you should give your best effort to learn a few words of the dominant language of the land.


It's a sign of respect and being humble as you enter their home and hope that they will share a bit of their culture with you.

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Here's a list of standard words that will be useful to learn in every language.

Hello
Thank you
Please
Yes
No
OK
How much?
Bathroom?
You’re welcome
Where...
Good Day
Good Bye

With these basics, you can get by using animated movements or point to photos for the rest of your conversation.


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On a recent trip to Indonesia, I practiced this. 
So check out the video of me in action.
Here's 10+ words to learn in Indonesian.

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