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Häufig Gestellte Fragen

1What’S The Main Language In Indonesia?

Indonesian (locally referred to as Bahasa Indonesia) is the primary lingua franca. Indonesian is spoken by over 94% of the population, but it is the primary language of only 20% of the population. Javanese (Jawa) is the most common primary language, spoken by over 30% of the population.

2Where Is Indonesia Language From?

Indonesian, which originated from Malay, is a member of the Austronesian family of languages, which includes languages from Southeast Asia, the Pacific Ocean and Madagascar, with a smaller number in continental Asia.

3How Many Languages Are Spoken In Indonesia?

Over 300 different native languages are spoken in Indonesia. While Bahasa Indonesia is spoken as a mother tongue by only 7% of the total population, it is the national language and is used by 200 million people as their second language.

4What Are The Six Official Languages Of Indonesia?

The official language of Indonesia, constitutionally acclaimed is the Indonesian language. The many other regional and most popularly used languages include Javanese, Sudanese, Hindi, Chinese, Minangkabau, Dutch, and English.

5What Is The Indonesian Language?

IndonesianIndonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) is the national language. It evolved from a literary style of Malay language that was used in the royal houses of the Riau-Jambi area of eastern Sumatra, but it also has much in common with other Malay dialects that have long served…

6What Is Indonesia’S First Language?

Indonesian

7Is Indonesian Language Arabic?

Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) is the national language. It evolved from a literary style of Malay language that was used in the royal houses of the Riau-Jambi area of eastern Sumatra, but it also has much in common with other Malay dialects that have long served…