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Revision as of 10:12, 3 November 2011

Manado Malay (Bahasa Manado), also known as Minahasa Malay, is spoken by the Minahasa people of North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Contents

Pronunciation guide

Manado Malay is a purely spoken language and these is no standard orthography. However, the language is closely related to standard Malay and is rendered here using Malay spelling rules.

Vowels

Consonants

Common diphthongs

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Phrase list

Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about this language, you can help by plunging forward and translating a phrase.


Basics

Hello. 
(halo)
Hello. (informal
( hei )
How are you? 
( apa kabar? )
Fine, thank you. 
( da bae-bae, makase )
What is your name? 
( sapa ngana pe nama? )
My name is ______ . 
( kita pe nama___ )
Nice to meet you. 
( sanang da bakudapa deng ngana )
Please. 
( Tolong )
Thank you. 
( Terima kasih / makase )
You're welcome. 
( Sama-sama )
Yes. 
( iyo/ iya )
No. 
( ndak/ Nyandak )
Excuse me. 
( permisi )
Excuse me. (begging pardon
( )
I'm sorry. 
( maaf / sorry )
Goodbye 
( Selamat tinggal )
Goodbye (informal
( sampe bakudapa lagi = till we meet again )
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
( kita nintau bicara bahasa [ ])
Do you speak English? 
( ngana bicara bahasa Inggris? )
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
( di sini ada yang bicara bahasa Inggris? )
Help! 
( Tulung! )
Look out! 
( awas! )
Good morning. 
( Selamat pagi )
Good afternoon. 
( Selamat siang / selamat sore )
Good night. 
( Selamat malam )
Good night (to sleep
( selamat malam )
I don't understand. 
( kita nyandak mangarti )
Where is the toilet? 
( di mana wese? / wese da sablah mana? )

Problems

Numbers

One - Satu

Two - Dua

Three - Tiga

Four - Ampa

Five - Lima

Six - Anam

Seven - Tujuh

Eight - Lapang

Nine - Sambilang

Ten - Spuluh

Eleven - Sablas

Twelve - Duablas

Thirteen - Tigablas

Fourteen - Ampablas

Fifteen - Limablas

Sixteen - Anamblas

Seventeen - Tujuhblas

Eighteen - Lapangblas

Nineteen - Sambilangblas

Twenty - Duapuluh

One hundred - Saratus

Time

now - ("skarang/samantara") later - ("nanti/bantar") before - ("sebelum") after - ("abis")


Clock time

Duration

Days

today 
("ni hari")
yesterday 
("klamaring")
tomorrow 
("beso")
two days later 
("lusa")
this week 
("ni minggu")
last week 
("minggu lalu")
next week 
("minggu depan")
Monday 
( hari Snin )
Tuesday 
( hari Slasa )
Wednesday 
( hari Rabu )
Thursday 
( hari Kamis )
Friday 
( hari Jumat )
Saturday 
( hari Sabtu )
Sunday 
( hari Minggu, har mandag )

Months

Writing time and date

Colors

Purple 
Ungu/Violet
Black 
Itang
Red 
Merah
White 
Putih
Orange 
Oranye
Yellow 
Kuning
Pink 
Merah muda/Pink
Green 
Ijo
Brown 
Soklat
Blue 
Biru

Transportation

Bus and train

Directions

How do I get to ____ 
(" bagaimana supaya kita mo tasampe di ____ ")
airport 
(" bandara ")
bus station 
(" terminal ")
___hotel 
(" hotel___ ")
restaurant 
(" restoran ")
bar 
(" bar ")
...sites to see 
(" tampa-tampa bagus mo pigi akang ")
Can you show it in the map? 
(" Boleh ngana tunjung akang di peta? ")
street 
(" jalan ")
right 
(" kanan ")
left 
(" kiri ")
straight 
(" lurus ")
towards the ____ 
(" ka arah ____ ")
past the ____ 
(" lewat di ___ ")
near the ____ 
(" dekat deng ____ ")
in front of ____ 
(" di muka ____ ")

Taxi

Taxi! 
( " Taxi! " )
Take me to ____ please 
( " Antar akang ka ____ dang. " )
How much does it cost to ____ 
( " Mo bayar brapa kalu mo ka ____ " )
Take me there please 
( " antar pa kita kasana dang " )
Turn right 
( " Belok ka kanan " )
Turn left 
( " Belok ka kiri " )
Turn around (U-turn) 
( " putar bale dang " )
Stop here 
( " Brenti sini jo " )
Wait here 
( " Tunggu sini " )

Lodging

Money

Eating

Bars

Shopping

Grenah leezo nerdu retati hejam nebada

Driving

Authority

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