Malay Language Training in Bangalore
A fun filled interactive class helps you learn Malay in an easy and exciting way. Whatever be your need of learning the language, IULE pays you the entire attention you deserve and design programs to meet your needs. We train you such that you can fluently use the language practically in all typical situations.
Malay Language Translation Service in Bangalore
A professional translators not only translates the exact words but identifies the behavior of those words in the sentence and then rearranges them to deliver the right meaning. Hence, it is very important for a translator to be well equipped with the knowledge of the various sectors apart from being an expert in his language. We at IULE, have trained, knowledgeable and experienced translators giving you the clear translated transcripts.
Malay Language Interpretation Service in Bangalore
An important meeting with a client and we do not know his language. We need not worry about language barriers with the language services from IULE. Out interpreters are qualified, affluent speakers with a strong vocabulary so that they can never miss picking the right word during a live conversation in a meeting or a conference giving them an added advantage over many others.
A few words about the great Malay Language
Malay language is the language spoken by the Austronesia family. It is known as Bahasa Malaysia and was formerly known as Bahasa Melayu. It is the national language of Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia and one of the four official languages of Singapore spoken by around 40 million people. Standard Malay or Court Malay is referred by various names.
A form called Proto Malay was most likely spoken in Bornea . The oldest specimen: the Dong Yen Chau inscription was discovered from Champa presently known as Vietnam. Malay used as the lingua franca was to mark the Muslim domination and spread of Islam. Malay dialects are not mutually intelligible with Standard Malay. Malagasy spoken by residents of Madagascar is similar and belongs to the same family of languages.
The Malay literary work was established in Malacca which shifted later to Johar Sultanate. Malay was the trade language and rapidly developed during the Islamic influence. The earliest manuscript is the Tanjong Tanah Law in post Pallava characters and the oldest letters written in Malay are from Sultan Abu Hayat dating back to the 16th century.
Old Malay was influenced by Sanskrit and is visible in the oldest specimen inscription. Present day Malay is written using the Latin script along with Arabic alphabets. Jawi was the next prominent script till replaced by the Rumi script during British and Dutch rule. Malay literature is an important part of Malaysian culture portraying Malaysian life style and written in any of the four languages: Malay, English, Tamil or Chinese. There were oral folk tales called Sabah preserved by ethnic groups. Malay poetry was used for entertainment and records.
Malay is an easy language because of its vocabulary and Latin phonetics. Its pronunciation is also very effortless to pick. There are lot of students in Malaysia and one of the biggest advantages to them learning Malay is to avail special discounts in food, stay and shopping. Malaysia is one of the biggest tourist destinations and has a huge tourism industry seeking employees who are bilingual. Knowing the language can increase your opportunity of being there and making best use of the tourists.