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Mon May 21 14:17:55 PHT 2012

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Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
Ateneo de Manila University

is now  accepting enrollees to

INDONESIAN 1: Introductory Indonesian Certificate Course

(REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 22, 2012, Friday)

Schedule of Classes
June 30, 2012 to September 01, 2012/ 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
(Ten Saturdays: June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18, 25 and  
September 1)

Instructor: Herman Frits Pangemanan

Course Description
This Indonesian language course will cover the essentials of the  
language, including phonology (graphemes and allophones), syntax  
(grammatical structure), and semantics (contextual meanings) with a  
lot of Indonesian greetings discretely specific to Indonesian.  This  
course will spare enough time to delve into scientific context of the  
language. On the whole, the course is composed of 15 chapters covering  
dialogue (conversation), grammatical structure, word formation, simple  
mathematic operation, cultural notes, and vocabulary.
Indonesian, commonly called Bahasa Indonesia is almost exclusively  
written in Latin script (Italy-based ancient Latium language covering  
Latium and Rome) with a lot of influences currently coming from Arabic  
and Dutch languages. The Dutch once penetrated Indonesia?s common  
parlance and law and judicial lingos (as still obvious up to now),  
following its almost 350-year era of colonization (1605-1945) over  
Indonesia. Nowadays, many more foreign languages are increasingly  
penetrating Indonesian script, especially the international  lingua  
franca English. And in modern era, Indonesian is deluged en masse by  
colloquial words of young people intertwined with slangs derived from  
various ethic dialects equally shared through media communications  
The very root of Indonesian is the Malayo-Polynesian language family  
from which Malay Languages (Bahasa Melayu), which are spoken by people  
around South East Asia as a lingua franca, came thereof.  Malay was  
later taken over by Indonesia, Brunei, and Malaysia as their national  
Importantly, while Indonesian letter is simply read as is (like Latin  
script) with constant sound and allophones, Filipino learners will  
graphemically enjoy resemblant wording and writing system because of  
the fact that some 3,200 root-words of the Tagalog-based Pilipino are  
taken from or are similar to Indonesian words.

Registration Fee
P 5,000.00 per student
P 4,500.00 per student for a group of not less than 10, on condition  
that they register at the same time.
P 3,500.00 per ADMU faculty or staff member

Payment options include OVER-THE-COUNTER payment through Metrobank or,  
you may visit our office (Ateneo Center for Asian Studies, second  
floor, Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall) to pay.

For OVER-THE-COUNTER Payment through Metrobank, please follow the  
following procedure:

1. Go to any Metrobank Trust Co. (MBTC) Branch.
2. Get a copy of Metrobank?s PAYMENT SLIP and accomplish the required  

          a. Company Name:       ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
          b. Subscriber Name:     COMPLETE ENROLLEE/STUDENT?S NAME
          c. Reference Number:   BAHASA
          d. Subscriber Number:  006
          e. Mode of Payment:    Cash/Check/Debit account
           f. Amount of Payment: Pxxxx.xx

NOTE: Slips are to be accomplished in duplicate copies.
               1st copy: Bank copy
               2nd copy: Client's copy

3. Present payment slip to MBTC tellers together with cash/check.
4. Once validated, MBTC teller will give you a validated copy.
5. Before leaving, check & verify the copy received (payment slip  
serves as proof of payment);
           a.) If validated
           b.) if the copy was the one accomplished and presented to  
bank teller
6. Fax the validated payment slip together with the registration form  
(kindly find attached registration form) to 426-6001 loc. 5249 or scan  
and email to acas at admu.edu.ph (preferred).

For inquiries: acas at admu.edu.ph ; 926-4202; 426-6001 (local 5285 or 5286)

To know more about ACAS, google Ateneo Center for Asian Studies, or  
visit its website: http://www.ateneo.edu/offices/acas/

Lydia N. Yu-Jose, Ph.D.
Executive Director

Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
2/F Ricardo & Dr. Rosita Leong Hall,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City, 1108
Tel: (632) 426-6001 loc. 5285/5286; (632) 926-4202
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm
Email: acas at admu.edu.ph
URL: http://ateneo.edu/offices/acas/

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