Level 2 Indonesian language course 2021

Level 2 Indonesian language course 2021

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Room 319, level 3, University of Auckland Business School

12 Grafton Road, Auckland

Sir Owen G Glenn Building

Auckland, Auckland 1010

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Level 2 Indonesian language course 2021

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Bahasa Indonesia, or the language of Indonesia, is spoken by more than 250 million people in Southeast Asia, primarily Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Historically a trading language that linked people across maritime Southeast Asia, contemporary Indonesian is relatively easy to pick up for basic communication purposes, whether you’re planning a holiday in Bali or a business trip to Jakarta.

The New Zealand Asia Institute is offering a structured series of Indonesian language courses in 2021. Each course runs for eight weeks, with 1.5-hour evening classes held once a week. The courses offered are:

• Level 2, Wednesday, 28 April – 16 June 2021. For those with “survival” communication ability.

• Levels 3 and 4 to be confirmed.

The courses are designed to provide for progression in language skills, with each level picking up from the point where the previous course ended. If you have already taken our Indonesian classes previously or have some grounding in the language, you may want to skip the first level. Please enquire if you are uncertain which level is right for you.

The courses will be taught by experienced Indonesian instructors with qualifications from universities in Indonesia, Australia and the US. The core course book used will be Ayo Berbahasa (1 and 2), supplemented by other teaching materials and texts.

For further information please email Dinah Towle or call 09 923 1636.

Event details

Course duration: 1.5 hours per week over eight weeks

Dates and times: Wednesday evenings, 5-6:30pm

Instructors: Carissa Paramita, Nelly Martin, Jony Eko Yulianto

Textbook cost: $275 (including a textbook) or $230 (for those who already have the textbook)

Venue: Room 315, Level 3 Sir Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, City Campus (Level 2 is in room 319)

We wish to acknowledge the generous support of Nicholas Tarling Charitable Trust.

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