[Blueboard] ENROLLMENT ONGOING: Basic Indonesian Certificate Course

acas at admu.edu.ph acas at admu.edu.ph
Thu Sep 13 13:56:08 PHT 2012

Ateneo Center for Asian Studies
Ateneo de Manila University

is now  accepting enrollees to

INDONESIAN 2: Basic Indonesian Certificate Course

(ENROLLMENT DEADLINE: November 9, 2012, Friday)

Schedule of Classes:
November 17, 2012 to February 9, 2013/ 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
(Ten Saturdays: Nov 17, 24, Dec 1, 8, 15, Jan 12, 19, 26, Feb 2 & 9)
Instructor: Herman Frits Pangemanan, M.A.
Venue: TBA

Course Description:
As a continuation of Indonesian 1, which dealt with general  
introduction to Indonesian phonology, standard syntax and semantics,  
Indonesian 2 will instead delve more into three basic linguistic  
elements, to wit (i) the basic syntax (grammatical structure), (ii)  
the very structure of Indonesian sentences, and (iii) the knowledge of  
Indonesian multifarious verbs.

Under the basic syntax, this module will further elaborate syntactic  
functions of adjectives, adverbs, adverbials, prepositions, and nouns.  
And in the structure of Indonesian sentences, the course will  
introduce the basic sentence patterns, clauses, and conjunctions, in  
addition to common models of interrogative and imperative sentences as  
well as the elements of tenses and passive voices. Meanwhile apropos  
of verbs, this module will manage the complicated structure of  
Indonesian verbs and auxiliary verbs, billed to be the most difficult  
part of this language on account of its irregular affixation in the  

This module, which consists of 12 Chapters in toto, will be somewhere  
intertwined with some classes of light, if not colloquial,  
expressions, such as particles and interjections, aside from its  
scientific aspect of the language.
Having exposed scientifically to this basic Indonesian 2, the learners  
would be surely able to write the Indonesian grammar-based sentences  
with more powerful mode. And since every chapter is always opened with  
a related conversation and equally equipped with extended word  
formation, vocabulary, and regular exercises, the foreign learners  
would then grow in strong knowledge of both speaking, reading, and  
comprehension as well.

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 (Loyola Schools only) faculty or staff member
Certificate of completion, ID and instructional materials (up to 80  
pages) will be covered by the registration fee.

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:   INDONESIAN 2
          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  
(please find attached registration form) to 426-6001 loc. 5249 or scan  
and email to acas at admu.edu.ph (preferred). Please indicate your name  
and contact number/s on the slip.

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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