limoneneis wrote:Thanks, Meera . Maybe I'll try Colloquial Malay. I am already using the website you linked to, it's really good! I'm at lesson 56 now and lesson 14 in TY. TY is okay but it focuses too much on tourist situations. It's almost like a phrasebook. Also the dialogs are really long so it's hard to memorize them, they are probably just meant as listening practice. The exercises could be longer and more in depth. I would also like more detailed grammar explanations. They often introduce new grammar points but don't really tell you when to use it, just that it is used in Malay and you should be able to recognize it. It's okay for a start, but I was hoping for something that takes you a bit further.
Meera wrote:Unfortunately there isn't much for Malay. You could try Colloquial Malay. I have used much of it but it seems to be okay. If you are interested in Indonesian there is a Comprehensive Grammar avaible for it, unforuently I can't find one for Malay. You can try this website also:
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