Malay is the official language in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Modern Malay is greatly influenced by English and many words are borrowed from English such as Agustus (August), balkon (balcony), cek (check) and telepon (telephone). Indonesian and Malay are very similar that there is no problem with communication between the peoples of Indonesia and Malaysia. Both languages belong to the Austronesian family.
Interested users could go to the Language Learning Centre of the Hong Kong Central Library to find out more about Indonesian and Malay.
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