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Content description VCIDU012

Indonesian: F–10 Sequence / Foundation to Level 2 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Reproduce the sound and spelling of the vowels and the letters c (ch) and trilled r, and recognise that Indonesian is written using the Roman alphabet
  1. imitating Indonesian pronunciation, for example, vowels, trilled r, c (ch) and the unaspirated sounds p, t and k
  2. noticing that statements, commands and questions have different intonations
  3. experimenting with sounds and emphasis such as onomatopoeic words related to animal or human sounds, for example, meong or ngeong (meowing), cit-cit (tweeting), gong-gong (barking) and hacciihh (sneezing)
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