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Description ; as, for example, in the following sentence : Lepas rumah Haji Ismail hari pun sudah pUang langsong pulang ka-rumah makan nasi Afterwards (I started) again (and) walked to the kampong, (and) stopped at the house of Haji Ismail, (and then), as it was evening, (I) went straight home (and) had my dinner. Here the personal pronoun lis understood throughout. The second person singular is angkau, you. Each syllable of this word may be used separately for the whole. Ang or hang is much employed in Kedah and Perak, and kau in other In Perak mika, in parts of the peninsula and in Borneo.

33 MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGE. 34 English. MANUAL OF THE MALAY LANGUAGE. A remarkable 35 instance of the extent to which the Malay language has been enriched by Aryan terms is to be found in The origin of the word Malayu their national or racial name. (the native word from which we obtain our "Malay") has been made the subject of some discussion by several authors. Some are disposed to trace it to the Sanskrit word malaya, while others prefer to regard it as a purely native word. These views are summarised in the following extract from the introduction to the Malay Grammar of the Abbe Favre u : Some and particularly Dr.

The demonstrative pronouns, like adjectives, follow the as rumah ini, this house hari ini, this day, to-day aku ini, I myself; sakarang ini, this moment word to which they belong ; ; ; ; orang itu, that man or those men ; waktu itu, that time ; iya It is not unusual to hear ini and itu placed itu, that is to say. before the noun, but this is not idiomatic. PRONOUNS The INTERROGATIVE Siapa, who ? Apa, what 1 Mana, who are what f 1 Examples. Apa mahu t What do you want ? Rumah ini siapa t Whose house is Siapa panggil ?

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