Speak Malay Like a Local – Lesson 18: Days of the Week, Month, Year

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Hey everyone welcome back to my channel, learn to speak Malay like a local. My name is Lisa and today I would like to teach you all the names of the days of the week. Alright. So, let’s start with Monday its name, Tuesday, selasa Wednesday, Raghu Thursdays, stomachs Friday, Iijima, I subdued Saturday and Sunday ahead, all right. So, let’s recap its name: selasa rabu come miss Juma. I subdued a height, okay and now the days of the week, because you want to separate the working days and the end of the week where you relaxed and in Malay we call it hurry, mean, go hurry. Mingle literally means day days of the week, but we use it to refer to days from Monday to Friday. And if you want to refer to the end of the week, we call it pooja mingle. And if you remember my lesson from directions who Joe means and off so huijeong Mingo is the end of the week? Okay. So if you hear somebody say yeah, the plant abuja mean Guney, so I did have planned is English, but you know that some English legends love mixing both million English top. Do you have planned or not, with joining Guney and of this week? Okay and then what else now alright week I’ll just tell you what month is so you know that Dave is hurry. Week is Mingo, man is Bullen, but bulan also refers to the moon, so both moon and month – and then you have here here – is the foil and just for your knowledge. Decade is big time and century is corroding. Now that people actually use it in everyday conversation. Unless you’re talking about something really technical but yeah, they cut then corrode decade and century okay and then Oh names of the month. If you’re in familiar with the Gregorian calendar – and you know the names of all the month in January through to December in Malay, the names are exactly the same January February March April May June July August September October November December. But if you notice on the table on this side, the spelling is slightly different, but the pronunciation is about the same. So even if you say it with the English pronunciation, it’s still fine. You know so that one’s easy and then I want to, but was I thinking of just now, all right, you need an e, so in e means this. It means that and the sharp front of a me and e2 is me and you just remove the I at the beginning of the both words and you can use it for day and month and week. So if you want to say today, then you say how do we need hurry in a this day and if you say, if you want to use like oh that day, I went to the market hurry sorry Peggy pass up, then what are those combinations that is Useful, ah the pan, so the pan means front. But if you use it in combination with week and month, then you can. It is used to refer to next month or next week. So let’s say you’re moving to a new place next month, then you can see Buland, Appel, saya, Pindar uma so boolean month. The pan is front, so Bullen depend next month in de is move Roma is house and moving house next month. You can use it with year month week, so mingo, dependable and the pan now in the pan, but you don’t use it for day. So if you want to say that next day it is tomorrow right so tomorrow in malay, is it so? But if so in colloquial, malay is also basal, so we use both s so and day. So it’s just you, you add a B. You know at the beginning of the word: it’s just informally. I don’t know why, and the day after they saw meaning the day after tomorrow. It’S looser and the day after loosen is too light. Okay, so hurry me it’s so all this so loosen to light and to add yesterday is some alum, sir Milam some alum and the day before yesterday is Cal Marin. But if you say it quickly sounds like Cameron and then ninguna, Mingo de pan, bula-bula and append stuff Courtney Sehun depends all right. Hmm. What else? Okay, I forgot to add the opposite of the pun – is La Paz. So next month, next week, next year is you know we’ll end, the pilot on the pile mean go depend, but if you want to say the previous month of previous week of previous year, then you use the pass so mingle. A pass is literally the week before this one. Similarly, Buland La Paz is the month before this one. So now is January, if I say bulla in the past, it’s December. Sorry now is February no ma’am and then Tahoe in the past. You know last year. Okay, so, as you know, in the Malay language, if you want to have the plural version of anything, then you just repeat the word. So hurry is singular day. But if you want days, then you say hurry hurry. Similarly, it with week or month week is minggu weeks is mingle, mingle, Bullen bulan months i wanta for years. But if you put birth at the beginning of the word, is a prefix that you can attach to the beginning of the word. Then it becomes like the period of time for you to sort of convey to people that something has been happening for that amount of time. For instance, someone asks you do. You know how long these two have been married and then you want to say: oh they’ve been married for years or you’re and a cow in the Tahoe Tohono. You know for years, so you don’t say during a cow in sehun sehun. We see the around a car window that when suffering they’ve been married for years and then for months, let’s say: how long have you been working on this project and you want to say syadaahally, Buland bilenda? What bride checked me sober blonde girl and I’ve been working on this project for months or I haven’t slept in days. Syadaahally hari hari thought he do so that is the usage of birth in the beginning of the plural version of days months weeks years. I hope that make sense they’re all going to be in the table over here yeah. I think that’s a lot of information for one lesson. So I’ve completed one whole round of this Park and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did, and I will see you for my next lesson right. Thank you, oh and before anything, please, please, please, like subscribe and share. If you subscribe, you will make me very very happy, and you know it’s if you support me in this way, then you are giving me the motivation to keep making more videos for you guys so yep I’ll see you for the next lesson: bye, okay, we’re done Filming for today fill me some so serious, we’re done videoing for today, because it’s just my phone and we’re gon na go look for ice cream and panadol, because I’m having a headache, I don’t know why. Ah what should we go? Timmy, Timmy! You know I was thinking song with velocity, what oh they have it chocolate chocolate thing.

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