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Lesson 1 Nama (Name)
Apa nama anda?
Nama saya John.

What is your name?
My name is John.

Dia kawan saya.
Apa namanya?
Namanya Peter.

He is my friend.
What is his name?
His name is Peter.

Dia kawan saya.
Apa namanya?
Namanya Mary.

She is my friend.
What is her name?
Her name is Mary.

Vocabulary
Apa = What nama = name anda = you or your saya = I or my kawan = friend dia = he OR she mereka = they nama anda = your name namanya = his/her name nama saya = my name kawan anda= your friend kawannya = his/her friend

Notice: In fact the verb "to be" is simply not needed here.
Those who had to struggle with the conjugations of the verb "to be" in French or Spanish will be greatly relieved to hear this! (Having said that, people who feel lost without putting in a verb in a sentence can note that the word adalah is sometimes used for the verb "is". Thus Dia guru saya and Dia adalah guru saya both mean "He/She is my teacher".)
Another thing you will notice is that while in English we have the pronoun before the noun (eg. my name, your name) in Malay it is just the opposite ie. the noun comes first then the pronoun (so in Malay we say "name my", "name your"). If you remember this it will serve you throughout this course as it is the same word order when it comes to adjectives and nouns (so "big car" becomes "car big" in Malay).
The third important thing to remember is something that you'd better get right from the very beginning and that is the same pronoun "dia" is used for BOTH "he" and "she". Only the context will tell whether you're talking about a man or a woman.

Lesson 2 Bahasa (Language)
Saya boleh cakap bahasa Melayu.
Peter tidak boleh cakap bahasa Jepun.
Dia cakap bahasa Inggeris.
Mereka tidak boleh cakap bahasa Cina.

I can speak the Malay language.
Peter cannot speak Japanese.
He speaks English.
They cannot…...

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