Ultra Graded Malay Language Lessons



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Spoon-feeding Series

I designed this ultra graded course perfect for zero knowledge beginners.



Lesson 1

"You and I" - Only six new Malay language words in your first lesson and simple sentences for listening comprehension.


Vocabulary: you, I, yes, no, money, have, don't.



Lesson 2

"Is He a Friend?" - Another three new words to form your first short dialogue.

Vocabulary: He, friend, is it?



Lesson 3

"Looking for Coffee" - Building on vocabulary from the previous two lessons to help you express your preferences for drinks.

Vocabulary : find, at, coffee, tea, house, want, can, never mind, sorry.



Lesson 4

"Bring the Fat Fellow to Where?" - Teaches you to address an acquaintance, find out someone's whereabouts, to respond to apologies with minimal new words.


Vocabulary: fatty, where, to as a preposition, bring, go, sick, thank you.


Lesson 5

"How? How can?" - At this stage, you would have accumulated sufficient little tricks to speak like a Malaysian ( that is, if you practise super diligently ) and most important you learn to disagree rather agreeably.

Vocabulary: as...as, how, not bad, you plural and singular form, we, with.



Other "Practical" Stuff


Phrases for Scolding

Lhdn Malaysia

Hemorrhoids



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