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Learn Indonesian – Course for Travelers 22.5 – 03.07

Regular Indonesian Classes

Indonesian language courses in regular evening classes are conducted in four 10-week terms per year. We have classes from beginner to advanced level. Each class has one 90 minute session per week unless indicated otherwise.
The fee for our Indonesian evening classes is $335 per term. The minimum number for our regular evening classes is five students, with a maximum of 10 – 12 students.

Smaller Indonesian Classes

Occasionally we have only 3 or 4 students for a particular Indonesian class. As a cancellation of classes might cause disappointment to our students, we offer these smaller classes at different rates and conditions.

Classes with four students are $350 for a 9-week term.
Classes with 3 students are $350 for an 7-week term.

Beginners to Advanced

Beginners start as Elementary 1 (A.1.1) and go up to Elementary 4 (A1.4). Each of the elementary levels will take approximately one term to complete. Intermediate and Advanced levels vary.

Internationally recognized examinations can be taken from advanced levels. Please talk to us for a free informal assessment of your level.

Indonesian Travel Course

We offer travel workshops especially for people who plan a trip to Indonesia and who want to get basic conversation skills. Learn how to order in a restaurant, ask for prices on markets and have a basic conversation with the locals. Please find day and time of this course on our timetable HERE

Outline for A1 Elementary Indonesian Levels

Book: Easy Indonesian

The general guideline for A1 is the following:

A1.1 = Elementary 1: Unit 1-2

A1.2 = Elementary 2: Unit 3-4

A1.3 = Elementary 3: Unit 5-6

A1.4 = Elementary 4: Unit 7

A1.1 Elementary 1 is a 15-hour course for beginners.

This course will take the students through general topics such as:

Part One: THE BASICS

  • Pronouncing Indonesian
  • Greetings
  • Forms of Address
  • Pronouns
  • Basic Vocabulary
  • Questions
  • Simple Phrases
  • Requests
  • Numbers
  • Etiquette and Body Language

Part Two: A QUICK WORD ABOUR GRAMMAR

  • Verbs
  • Tense
  • Negation
  • nouns
  • Adjectives
  • possessives
  • Adverbs
  • Prepositions
  • Imperatives
  • The Relative pronoun: yang

A1.2 Elementary 2 is a 15-hour course for beginners.

This course will take the students through general topics such as:

Part Three: SMALL TALK

  • Name and Nationality
  • Age
  • Family
  • Occupation
  • Religion
  • Weather
  • Time
  • Useful words and phrases

Part Four: GETTING AROUND

  • Asking directions
  • Public Transportation
  • Accommodation
  • Sightseeing
  • Leisure Activities
  • Travel Tipps

A1.3 Elementary 3 is a 15-hour course for beginners.

This course will take the students through general topics such as:

Part Five: EATING AND DRINKING

  • Basic Food terms
  • Vegetables
  • Meat
  • Seafood
  • Cooking Terms
  • Breakfast
  • Common menu Items
  • Condiments and Snacks
  • Fruits
  • Drinks
  • Taste
  • Notes on Hygiene

Part Six: HAPPY SHOOPING

  • Bargaining
  • Souvenirs
  • Clothing
  • Sundries

A1.4 Elementary 4 is a 15-hour course for beginners.

This course will take the students through general topics such as:

Part Seven: THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

  • Telephone
  • Post office
  • Bank
  • Customs and Police
  • Filling out Forms
  • Health and Illness
  • Parts of the Body