Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Sarawak Museum journal -- v. 47 (no. 68 n.s.), Special issue -- no. 5, pt. 2, Sarawak Museum journal -- no. 5, pt. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 376 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||376|
Masyarakat Melanau di Sarawak Books in Malay. Jeniri Amir ITBM. Softcover, cm x cm, Pages. ISBN: RM Masyarakat Melanau di Sarawak quantity. Add to cart. Description Additional information. Melanau adjectives are very different from english and malay adjectives. English adjectives are always in front of the noun eg: big book, cute girl and Malay adjectives are always after the noun eg: buku besar, gadis cantik. In melanau however adjectives can be either in front of the noun or after the noun. The indigenous languages of Malaysia belong to the Mon-Khmer and Malayo-Polynesian families. The national, or official, language is Malay which is the mother tongue of the majority Malay ethnic group. The main ethnic groups within Malaysia comprise the Malays, Chinese and Indians, with many other ethnic groups represented in smaller numbers, each with its own languages. Malaysia - Malaysia - Religion: Islam, Malaysia’s official religion, is followed by about three-fifths of the population. Islam is one of the most important factors distinguishing a Malay from a non-Malay, and, by law, all Malays are Muslim. The Chinese do not have a dominant religion; many, while subscribing to the moral precepts of Confucianism, follow Buddhism or Daoism; a small minority.
The Melanau community in Sarawak is an ethnic minority that covers 5% of Sarawakians. The Melanau ethnic population dominates the central part of Sarawak. The Melanau ethnic group speaks in Melanau because Sarawak has more than 27 ethnic groups so these multi ethnicities cause them to communicate with each other in a shared language. Contextual translation of "melayu to melanau" into Malay. Human translations with examples: kamu, melayu ke iban, melayu ke jawa, melayu to jawa, nak pergi mana. Most of the people use Melanau language to communicate here. There is a slight difference of the language between each villages, yet they can understand each other very well. Other languages such as Malay, Sarawak Malay, Iban, Mandarin, Hokkien and English are also widely spoken.. Main religions practised in Dalat are Islam, Christianity (Roman Catholic, Methodist and SIB), Buddhism, and. Sarawak Malay (Standard Malay: Bahasa Melayu Sarawak or Bahasa Sarawak, Jawi: بهاس ملايو سراوق, Sarawak Malay: Kelakar Sarawak) is a Malayic language native to the State of Sarawak. It is a common language used by natives of variant is related to Bruneian Malay, spoken in the districts of Limbang and Lawas (Sarawak) and bears strong similarities with Sanggau, Sintang.
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