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Even though the tutor may come highly recommended from other expats, that does not ensure the quality of their instruction.Teachers that are employed from quality schools may be the most qualified and have a proven curriculum that they will follow.Excellent books to learn Bahasa Indonesia are available in bookstores in the major cities.Once you are in Indonesia, you will have the opportunity to practice your fledgling Indonesian with your household staff, driver, vendors, people you meet in the stores, and social encounters.An inability to communicate in Bahasa Indonesia will cut you off from the mainstream of society, and dealing with those Indonesians who don't speak your foreign language will be very difficult.By not learning the language, you also deny yourself the rich cultural experience of fully communicating with those from another culture.

Some expats opt to learn Bahasa Indonesia on their own.Many expats find it helpful to get a pen pal or have a "language buddy" relationship with an Indonesian where you help each other to learn a desired language by sharing your skills.This can be as simple as setting up a time to meet once or twice a week where you focus on learning language and developing a friendship over coffee or even just emailing each other any questions you have about the language.Their advice and sharing newly discovered resources will help to ease your transition.Some people find they are more committee to attend a class rather than arrange for a private tutor.Bahasa Indonesia is not as difficult to learn as many other foreign languages; for example, verbs aren't conjugated as in English and French.

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