Malay language

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December 6, 2021

Malay (Malay: Bahasa Melayu) is an Astronomical language spoken by 290 million people, mostly Malaysians, in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore and parts of Thailand. Malay is spoken by the inhabitants of the whole Strait of Malacca, including the coasts of the Malay Peninsula in Malaysia and the east coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, and is also used as a native language in western Sarawak and western Kalimantan in Borneo. Malay is the language of commerce in parts of the Philippines, especially the archipelago of Solo and Palawan. Malay has numerous official letters. In Malaysia it is called Bahasa Melayu (Malay) or Bahasa Malaysia (Malay), in Brunei and Singapore it is called Bahasa Melayu (Malay) and in Indonesia it is called Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian). However, Indonesians refer to the Malay species common in central to southern Sumatra, which are native to these areas, as the Bahasa Melayu (Malay language) and consider them one of their local languages. The dialect is a mediator between Malay and Indonesian races due to the abundance of films, television and radio programs, and Malay sources in this dialect. Malay, Malacca, Johor and Riao are said not to be confused with other Malay languages. According to the ethnologist, several Malay languages ​​currently listed as separate languages, including the main Orangutan species of the Malay Peninsula, are so closely related to standard Malay that they can be classified as dialects of this language. There are also several Malay-based Creole and mixed languages ​​derived from Classical Malay as well as Makasari Malay.

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Historical linguists agree on the possibility of expanding the early Malay-speaking land west of Borneo to the coast of Brunei. The species, known as Niamala, was spoken in Borneo at least until 1000 BC and is said to be the ancestral language of all subsequent Malay languages. Its ancestor, the Neo-Malay-Polynesian, a descendant of the Neo-Astronesian language, began to disintegrate at least in 2000 BC, probably as a result of the spread of the Astronesian people to Southeast Asia from the island of Taiwan.

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The history of the Malay language can be divided into five periods: Ancient Malay, Transitional, Malacca (Classical Malay), Late Modern Malay, and Modern

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