The Malaysian language (bahasa Malaysia / بهاس مليسي [baˈhasə malajˈsiə]) is one of the Sunda-Sulavesi Malayo-Polynesian Austronesian languages. It is a living language (variety of Malay macrolanguage [msa / ms]) with ISO 639 code [zsm].
Malaysian is used as lingua franca in Malaysia. This language is distributed in Malaysia. The total of speakers is about 33'000'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Malay alphabet) and Arabic script (Jawi alphabet) are used for writing.
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These dictionaries are intended to help you learn lemmas at once, regardless of their levels. For this, the entries are arranged only by themes.
These dictionaries are intended to help you learn lemmas gradually, according to their levels. For this, the entries are arranged by steps and then by themes. It's an alternative to the previous variety.