How many speakers are there in Indonesia?
|Native speakers||43 million (2010 census) L2 speakers: 156 million (2010 census)|
Do they speak Dutch in Bali?
In whatever way today’s Suku Bali (= ‘Balinese people’) may remember their colonial time, it’s a fact that the Dutch language had some influence over their culture and the language they speak. This post will dig into some Dutch words and expressions that have left their mark on Bali.
Is Denmark Dutch?
The official language of The Netherlands is Dutch, while Denmark’s is Danish. What confuses most people is the fact that The Netherlands is called Holland and that they have the same word used for their citizens and their spoken and written vocabulary.
Is Indonesian easy?
It’s probably the easiest non-European language for English speakers. You will have to build your Indonesian vocabulary from scratch as there is little overlaps with English. On the other hand, words are relatively easy to pronounce and to memorize and Indonesian grammar is very easy.
Where does Indonesian speak?
There is no country except Indonesia in which Indonesian is spoken by at least 1 percent of the population. The countries with the highest population of Indonesian speakers are Taiwan (239,000), Hong Kong (190,000), Singapore (118,000) and — because of the colonial ties — the Netherlands (118,000).
Does Indonesia speak English?
Indonesians speak Indonesian, but some Indonesians do speak English. How many Indonesians speak English is difficult to say however, perhaps 10% of Indonesians can speak English reasonably well, in fact some can speak fluently. … One, if you have a TV you can learn English.
What language is spoken in Bali?
|ᬪᬵᬱᬩᬮᬶ, ᬩᬲᬩᬮᬶ Bhāṣa Bali, Basa Bali|
|Region||Bali, Nusa Penida, Lombok and Java, Indonesia|
|Ethnicity||Balinese Bali Aga Loloan Malay|
|Native speakers||3.3 million (2000 census)|
Does Indonesia speak Japanese?
Other languages such as Arabic, German, French, Japanese, Mandarin and Korean are non-native to Indonesia.
How Safe Is Bali?
Bali is safe to visit. And whilst petty crime does pose a little bit of a problem, there were ‘only’ a total of 3,347 criminal cases recorded. That’s 1 case per 1,700 tourists and that’s a number that down from the year before. Violent crime itself is relatively low as well.