Bahasa Indonesia

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Subject to FAS language tutorial guidelines; enrollment is by petition and statements of academic need are due by 1pm on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019.  For more information contact southasianstudies@fas.harvard.edu.
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Considering research in Borneo or Jakarta? Planning to visit Bali or Komodo Island? If so, why not learn Indonesian? The national and official language of Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous nation, Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia) is the lingua franca spoken throughout the seventeen thousand islands by over 240 million Indonesians and is communicable within several neighboring countries. With its simple nature as a genderless, tense-less, and fluid language, Bahasa Indonesia has been connecting peoples of different regions, cultures, ethnic languages, histories, and belief systems in the region, from Aceh to West Papua, from Bali to Borneo. We offer elementary and intermediate Indonesian classes. Classes are small and can be tailored to student needs.
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South Asian Studies 100R 001 Introductory Bahasa Indonesia
Instructor: TBD; Individual meeting times
South Asian Language Tutorials, Introductory Level
Individualized study of a South Asian language at the introductory level; emphasis on written expression, reading comprehension and oral fluency. (Language Tutorials are not open to auditors.)

South Asian Studies 101R 001 Intermediate Bahasa Indonesia
Instructor: TBD; Individual meeting times

South Asian Language Tutorials, Intermediate Level
Individualized study of a South Asian language at the intermediate level; emphasis on written expression, reading comprehension and oral fluency. (Language Tutorials are not open to auditors.)

South Asian Studies 102R 001 Advanced Bahasa Indonesia
Instructor: TBD; Individual meeting times

South Asian Language Tutorials, Advanced Level
Individualized study of a South Asian language at the advanced level; emphasis on written expression, reading comprehension and oral fluency. (Language Tutorials are not open to auditors.)