Malay for Aussies: Letter F

I struggled to think of an everyday object that starts with “F” so I had to settle on a commonly used word instead.
F=Faham
Salihan’s Voice (Native Malay Speaker)

Richard’s Voice (Aussie Learner)

F=Faham
Salihan’s Voice (Native Malay Speaker)

Richard’s Voice (Aussie Learner)

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Malay for Aussies: Letter E

There are two ways to sound the letter E – “er” and “aye“. I’ve covered the “aye” sound below.
E=Epal

Salihan’s Voice (Native Malay Speaker)

Richard’s Voice (Aussie Learner)

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Malay for Aussies: Letter D

The word dapur can mean kitchen or stove. I’ve used the latter below.
D=Dapur

Salihan’s Voice (Native Malay Speaker)

Richard’s Voice (Aussie Learner)

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Malay for Aussies: Letter C

I didn’t get a chance to post this last week. So I’ll be posting two lessons this week.
C=Cawan

Salihan’s Voice (Native Malay Speaker)

Richard’s Voice (Aussie Learner)

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Malay for Aussies: Letter B

B=Bola

Salihan’s Voice (Native Malay Speaker)

Richard’s Voice (Aussie Learner)

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