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Languages in Indonesia are classified into nine categories: national language, locally used indigenous languages, regional lingua francas, foreign and additional languages, heritage languages, languages in the religious domain, English as a lingua franca, and sign languages.
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Language Atlas of China ( bahasa Indonesia: Atlas Bahasa Tiongkok; Hanzi sederhana: 中国语言地图集; Hanzi tradisional: 中國語言地圖集; Pinyin: Zhōngguó Yǔyán Dìtú Jí) merupakan buku yang diterbitkan dalam dua bagian pada tahun 1987 dan 1989, memetakan distribusi varietas bahasa Tionghoa dan beberapa bahasa minoritas di Tiongkok.
- ISBN 978-962-359-085-3
- 1987, 1989
- Stephen Adolphe Wurm, Rong Li, Theo Baumann, Mei W. Lee
Aug 25, 2017 · Javanese is a major language in Indonesia which is predominantly used in the island of Java among the Javanese people. The language is also one of the most widely used in the country with 98 million Indonesian people being identified as native Javanese speakers.
Feb 5, 2023 · These languages include Mandarin in the northern, central, and western parts of China; Wu; Northern and Southern Min; Gan (Kan); Hakka (Kejia); and Xiang; and Cantonese (Yue) in the southeastern part of the country. All the Chinese languages share a common literary language ( wenyan ), written in characters and based on a common body of literature.
Indonesian languages, broadly, the Austronesian languages of island Southeast Asia as a whole, including the languages of Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines, and Taiwan, and the outlying areas of Madagascar and of Palau and the Mariana Islands of western Micronesia.