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Indonesian Idioms and Expressions: Colloquial Indonesian at Work

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Indonesian Idioms and Expressions is a collection of expressions, proverbs, slang, quotations and acronyms, offering a commentary on their origins, as well as insights into Indonesian culture, customs, and history. An informal compendium, Indonesian Idioms and Expressions is designed to be both educational and easy to read.
Paperback, 284 pages
Published July 15th 2007 by Tuttle Publishing
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Qonita
as indonesian, i found this book quite helpful to me in explaining certain aspects of indonesia to non-indonesians. sometimes i just have to laugh finding peculiar idioms listed, too!
Miss J
Languages can give us insights about a country's culture and people like no other source.
Sometimes a funny book, but also an honest book that doesn't mask the ugliness.
Irwan
Was using this as a reference when teaching Indonesian at the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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