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Content description VCIDU067

Indonesian: F–10 Sequence / Levels 7 and 8 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Understand that Indonesian, like other languages, continues to change over time due to influences such as globalisation and technology
  1. analysing the influence of other languages on Indonesian, such as in advertising and technology, food, administration, religion and everyday life, for example, modern, handphone, satelit (English); mie (Chinese); sepatu (Portuguese); kantor (Dutch); guru (Sanskrit); mahal (Arabic), raja (Hindi)
  2. recording a range of borrowed words and examining their structure and rules of use, for example, meng-upload, ber-AC
  3. investigating the origins of borrowed words to discover when, how and by whom new words and expressions were introduced into Indonesian and which languages have borrowed from languages of Indonesia, for example, Makassan terms in Yolngu (balanda, rupiah)
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