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Bahasa Malaysia Workshop

Bahasa Malaysia Workshop :
“You can never understand one language until you understand at least two.”

According to the Tara Foundation, being Malaysian, children should improve their Bahasa Melayu skills because it has been our official language ever since we gained our independence. How can you expect us to learn other languages if we are unable to grasp our own language? Understanding Bahasa is crucial for the workplace. If you’re a doctor, for instance, and you have to explain ailments to your patients, you should do it in the clearest possible terms so they can comprehend you. Things is crucial to be able to describe it in Bahasa.

It is indisputable that if we are unable to understand our own language, how can we expect others to do the same? The fact that Malaysians speak multiple languages is not problematic. Additionally, we are free to learn new languages. Bahasa Melayu, on the other hand, has been used extensively here for a very long time and is still useful today.

The TARA foundation works to protect and conserve Malaysia’s vibrant and beautiful Bahasa Melayu. Because BM has been Malaysia’s official language since independence and is a source of national pride, Malaysians should improve their fluency in it. It is essential to continue working toward maintaining Malaysia’s vibrant and beautiful Bahasa Melayu. Because Bahasa Melayu has been Malaysia’s official language since independence and is a source of national pride, Malaysians should improve their command of it. It is indisputable that if we are unable to understand our own language, how can we expect others to do the same? The fact that Malaysians speak multiple languages is not problematic. Additionally, we are free to learn new languages. Bahasa Melayu, on the other hand, has been used extensively here for a very long time and is still useful today.

Malaysians should improve their Bahasa Melayu skills because it has been our official language ever since we gained our independence. How can you expect us to learn other languages if we are unable to grasp our own language? Using Bahasa Melayu in our daily life is a topic that has recently come up on Twitter, with some individuals doubting the benefit of doing so and even mocking the practise. Some of them even remarked absurdly things like, “Bahasa is only for illiterate people,” “Bahasa is only for villagers,” and even boasted that studying it would only make us out of date. In all honesty, I find such attitudes to be incredibly disappointing.

It is quite unfortunate, especially since Malay people are the ones who are doubting their own language. What the heck is going through these people’s heads, really? I am aware that the majority of us speak multiple languages, and there is nothing improper about that. We are free to pick up new tongues. Bahasa, however, has been extensively spoken in this country for a very long time, and I firmly feel it is still relevant today.

Understanding Bahasa is crucial for the workplace. If you’re a doctor, for instance, and you have to explain ailments to your patients, you should do it in the clearest possible terms so they can comprehend you. Things is crucial to be able to describe it in Bahasa.

In addition, we require a single language to bridge our multicultural nation’s cultural divides. If not, it will be challenging to interact with others and build positive relationships with those of different races. Every Malaysian should take ownership of making Bahasa Melayu a daily priority while also promoting English, the dominant language in the globe.

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