Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

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Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by richi arditya on Sun Oct 10, 2010 12:47 pm

dedicated to hamallee

This is Aksara Jawa (Javanese Alphabetic) almost similar to ancient Sanskrit (Sansekerta)



letter pronounced pronouncement example
ha ho host
na no none
ca co corong (sorry I cant find smilar pronouncement in english) No
ra ro rotor
ka ko color (kolor)

da do doll
ta to ton
sa so solitair
wa wo worm
la lo lolipop

pa po pop
dha dho I cant find example but it is similar with Dha in Arabic.
ja jo join
ya yo New york
nya nyo nyonya (bahasa Indonesia ) Very Happy

ma mo mole
ga go gone
ba bo born
tha Tho thorn
nga ngo ngombe (bahasa jawa for Drinking LOL)

there is a story behind the "aksara Jawa" but I'll give you later....


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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Wingman Hamallee on Sun Oct 10, 2010 1:14 pm

wah!!! thanks friend!! i am really appreciated it!!
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by richi arditya on Mon Oct 11, 2010 9:13 am

okay now i time for story,
there is a story behind the alphabet.

ha na car ra ka :
once upon a time, there are two devoted servants.
one is ordered to be bodyguard, other one is ordered to guard sacred arms (keris, Spear etc), and the King said no one can enter (take) the arm's room except the King himself.

da ta sa wa la :
one day, the King ask his bodyguard to get his keris. (the king is forget his own word about no one can enter the armory). because the Guardian always remembering the King's task. he doesn't let the bodyguard take the keris.

pa da ja ya nya :
Then the fight is unavoidable. but both side are equal.

mo go ba tha nga :
both servant died...


of course the story is not really happened. it is just a story to spice up the aksara.


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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Zyleris on Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:51 pm

intriguing
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by richi arditya on Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:45 pm

hihi at least someone reading my "lecture" Razz
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Admin on Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:11 pm

I don't get it...but should I be offering French lessons? ^_^
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by richi arditya on Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:20 pm

@ Nic well it is kinda story behind the arrangement of javanese alphabetical.
i.e. Ha na Ca Ra Ka ..... it is can be interpreted "there is a story" in normal bahasa hanacaraka = ana cerita (ana = there is/was ; cerita = story)
so tell us to speak french
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Wingman Hamallee on Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:22 pm

richi arditya wrote:hihi at least someone reading my "lecture" Razz

hehehe i am read it... Smile
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by richi arditya on Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:40 pm

well actually I wanna teach more about witing in javanese wordsbut it is so complicated to teach in here. but i'll try teach it simple

okay basic we already knew basi words "ha na ca ra ka"

so we cant only use it right now...
example we wanna write "Jaya"
so we only have to use it letter "ja" and "ya"

well I am dizzy, I'll try to explain later Embarassed
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Admin on Tue Oct 12, 2010 6:22 pm

richi arditya wrote:so tell us to speak french

Well, if you know English, it isn't that hard; as about half of all English words are derived from French.

One of the largest differences is that there are many different verb tenses than in English, and they put adjectives after the object they are describing. There are a few that go before, but I don't want to go that in-depth.

Example:

"I have a blue shirt"

would be:

"J'ai une chemise bleue"

The "J'" stands for "Je", French for "I".
The "ai" is the conjugated form of the verb "avoir", which means to have.
The "une chemise" is the shirt. The "une" marks that it is a feminine word.
The "bleue" is blue, and it is normally spelled "bleu", but an "e" must be added to the end of the word, because the object it is describing is feminine.


and that's probably more than you'd like to know about French Very Happy
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Wingman Hamallee on Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:27 pm

Richi, boleh kamu ajar saya bahasa jawa untuk perbualan harian??
Contohnya saperti:
1. Apa kamu buat?
2. Kamu pergi mana??
3. Mari pergi mengaji.
4. Dan lain-lain perbualan harian....
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Bryce S on Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:26 am

nicholas2000 wrote:
richi arditya wrote:so tell us to speak french

Well, if you know English, it isn't that hard; as about half of all English words are derived from French.

One of the largest differences is that there are many different verb tenses than in English, and they put adjectives after the object they are describing. There are a few that go before, but I don't want to go that in-depth.

Example:

"I have a blue shirt"

would be:

"J'ai une chemise bleue"

The "J'" stands for "Je", French for "I".
The "ai" is the conjugated form of the verb "avoir", which means to have.
The "une chemise" is the shirt. The "une" marks that it is a feminine word.
The "bleue" is blue, and it is normally spelled "bleu", but an "e" must be added to the end of the word, because the object it is describing is feminine.


and that's probably more than you'd like to know about French Very Happy
Brings back memories of compulsory French class in elementary school. All I remember is simple phrases:
Comment ca va?
Quelle heure est-il?
Il est (nombre/midi/minuit) heure(s)

And I had to think pretty hard to remember them. Time well spent Very Happy
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by richi arditya on Wed Oct 13, 2010 5:38 am

Nic I never learn French but I think it is not hard if we are willing to learn Very Happy

to hamalee

Kasar
1. Apa kamu buat?
Kowe Lagi ngopo?
2. Kamu pergi mana??
Kowe arep menyang ngendhi?
3. Mari pergi mengaji.
monggo (ayo) menyang ngaji
4. Udah makan belum?
Uwis mangan urung?

alus
1. Panjenengan/sampeyan nembe nopo?
2. Sampeyan badhe Tindhak pundhi?
3. monggo tumindhak ngaji
4. sampun dharar dhereng?

any other requests?
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by Myntax Urne on Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:55 am

Klingon lessons? Hmm? Hmm?
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by [M]Fareez on Thu Mar 17, 2011 5:23 pm

Klingon XD
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Re: Quick Lesson Bahasa Jawa.

Post by affizad on Wed Jul 13, 2011 4:39 am

hi... still active here?

mr richi...

i like to learn to speak ngoko... any reference you would suggest me?
any book in traslation i can refer?

any reference for daily conversation?

thanks...

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