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Languages online: Indonesian section 05: numbers 11-20

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces the cardinal numbers 11 to 20 and the vocabulary for performing basic sums. Included in the activities is pronunciation practice, a song presenting the vocabulary for addition equations, two counting activities including one using a calculator ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 06: 'How are you?'

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces culturally appropriate greetings and responses for different circumstances. The activities encompass three alternative responses to the standard greeting 'How are you?' including 'Baik-baik saja', 'Biasa saja' and 'Kurang baik'. Student activities ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 07: 'How old are you?'; family members

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces how to ask about and say one's age as a way of greeting. In addition, it introduces basic vocabulary for talking about family by highlighting the culturally specific and differentiating terms used to address family members on the basis of age ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 09: 'Where do you live?'

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces how to ask and say where one lives in Indonesian. Included in the activities are authentic social interactions for students to model from, a song based on Indonesian popular music for language consolidation and reference to key Indonesian cities ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 10: ordinal numbers 1st to 10th

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces Indonesian ordinal numbers from first to tenth. Student activities include a pronunciation drill, a caption-matching exercise with timer, completing simple sentences and labelling the finishing order of a car race to produce an animation. Also ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 11: 'What grade are you in?'

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces how to ask and say where people go to school and their year level. The activities are designed to support students to use the appropriate Indonesian phrases using model dialogues. Student activities include constructing phrases by listening ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 13: visiting family; near and far

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces the Indonesian language for visiting family and the terms for near and far. The activities include pronunciation practice, listening and responding, and using the terms for near and far in context. Also featured is a song that models an authentic ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 14: best friends

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces the language for talking about best friends and some key time phrases (soon, later, tonight and tomorrow). Guided conversations are used to model Indonesian language structures and their pronunciation to support students' learning. Student ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 15: 'Do you have a pet?'

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces the Indonesian names for six animals and how to describe some of their physical features, using specific adjectives for colour, size and body covering, including adjectives with the 'ber-' prefix. The activities explore target vocabulary (including ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 17: animals

This set of five interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces students to the vocabulary for five domestic animals. The activities also familiarise students with the ways to express what animals they have and the foods that animals eat. Pronunciation drills are followed by close-ended exercises in ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 18: writing letters

This set of four interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces students to the words, culturally appropriate expressions and structures required to address envelopes correctly and write simple letters, including letters to penpals. Also included is practice in identifying the postal address of letters ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 19: colours - describing hair and eyes

This set of six interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces students to colours, and how to describe people's eyes and hair. Activities are provided to help students recognise, pronounce and write colour words to complete texts and exchanges about people's physical appearance. The activities also ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 21: 'Do you like ...?'

This set of four interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces students to the way to express simple likes and dislikes in relation to leisure activities. Integral to the activities are the terms for eight different sports and/or hobbies. Activities are chiefly based on listening to realistic simple ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 22: expressions

This set of four interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces students to some common expressions of exclamation such as 'Look out', 'Ouch!' and 'Help!'. Pronunciation drills are followed by listening comprehension activities with the exclamation used in simple realistic contexts. For example, students ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 23: favourite pastimes and pets

This set of five interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces students to the ways to express simple invitations in relation to favourite pastimes, such as 'What shall we do …?'. In addition, students practise known words while talking about their favourite pets, colours and sports. Pronunciation ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 25: numbers 20-100

This set of 11 interactive activities from the Languages online resource helps students learn the cardinal numbers 20 to 100, and use them to ask and state age, address, distances, phone numbers and how much things weigh. Activities start with simple aural and written recognition of numbers, including pronunciation drills, ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 26: days and months

This set of nine interactive activities from the Languages online resource helps students practise the days of the week and the months of the year. The main language points are asking and saying what day it is, saying what people do on a particular day, saying which months birthdays fall in and saying that a special event ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 27: saying the date

This set of nine interactive activities from the Languages online resource helps students practise saying and writing dates. The key language points addressed in the activities are asking and saying what the date is and the date of a particular occasion, including the language structure for talking about birthdays. In addition, ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 28: the weather

This set of 11 interactive activities from the Languages online resource helps students practise expressions that describe the weather. The main language point is asking and saying what the weather is like with the key language focus being the question 'What is the weather like?' The activities begin with pronunciation ...

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Languages online: Indonesian section 29: telling the time

This set of 11 interactive activities from the Languages online resource helps students practise saying and writing the time in 12-hour mode. The language points are asking and saying what the time is and at what time something is done with the key language focus being the question 'Jam berapa?'. Pronunciation and writing ...