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1 Countries
1.1 Countries
Indonesia
Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, Netherlands, Sint Maarten, Suriname
1.2 Total No. Of Countries
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1
Rank: 14 (Overall)
6
Rank: 9 (Overall)
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1.3 National Language
Indonesia
Aruba, Belgium, Curacao, Netherlands, Sint Maarten, Suriname
1.4 Second Language
East Timor, Indonesia
South Africa
1.5 Speaking Continents
Asia
Asia, Europe, North America, South America
1.6 Minority Language
Denmark, East Timor, Netherlands
France, Germany, Indonesia
1.7 Regulated By
Badan Pengembangan dan Pembinaan Bahasa
Nederlandse Taalunie (Dutch Language Union)
1.8 Interesting Facts
  • The modern Indonesian language uses many loan words from Persian, Chinese and Arabic.
  • In Indonesian language, spelling is phonetically precise, so that words are spelled as they sound.
  • Dutch language consist of extremely long words. The longest dutch word in the dictionary is 53 letters long.
  • There exists 75% borrowed words in Dutch language, and a lot of those are French, English and Hebrew.
1.9 Similar To
Malay language
German and English Languages
1.10 Derived From
Malay and Dutch Languages
Not Available
2 Alphabets
2.1 Alphabets in
2.2 Alphabets
About Tamil Lan..
26
Rank: 8 (Overall)
26
Rank: 8 (Overall)
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2.3 Phonology
2.3.1 How Many Vowels
About Thai Lang..
6
Rank: 3 (Overall)
6
Rank: 3 (Overall)
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2.3.2 How Many Consonants
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19
Rank: 9 (Overall)
21
Rank: 11 (Overall)
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2.4 Scripts
Latin
Latin
2.5 Writing Direction
Not Available
Left-To-Right, Horizontal
2.6 Hard to Learn
2.6.1 Language Levels
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7
Rank: 6 (Overall)
6
Rank: 5 (Overall)
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2.6.2 Time Taken to Learn
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36 weeks
Rank: 10 (Overall)
24 weeks
Rank: 6 (Overall)
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3 Greetings
3.1 Hello
Halo
Hallo
3.2 Thank You
Terima kasih
dankjewel
3.3 How Are You?
Apa kabar?
hoe gaat het met je?
3.4 Good Night
Selamat Malam
goede Nacht
3.5 Good Evening
Malam yang baik
goedenavond
3.6 Good Afternoon
Selamat Sore
goedemiddag
3.7 Good Morning
Selamat Pagi
goedemorgen
3.8 Please
mohon Untuk
alsjeblieft
3.9 Sorry
maaf
sorry
3.10 Bye
Selamat tinggal
vaarwel
3.11 I Love You
Aku cinta kamu
Ik hou van jou
3.12 Excuse Me
Permisi
pardon
4 Dialects
4.1 Dialect 1
Sundanese
Gronings
4.1.1 Where They Speak
Indonesia
Netherlands
4.1.2 How Many People Speak
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38,000,000.00
Rank: 8 (Overall)
590,000.00
Rank: 32 (Overall)
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4.2 Dialect 2
Balinese
Low Saxon
4.2.1 Where They Speak
Bali, Indonesia, Lombok and Java, Nusa Penida
Denmark, Germany, Netherlands
4.2.2 How Many People Speak
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3,300,000.00
Rank: 17 (Overall)
4,000,000.00
Rank: 16 (Overall)
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4.3 Dialect 3
Minangkabau
Limburgian
4.3.1 Where They Speak
Indonesia, Malaysia
Belgium, Netherlands
4.3.2 How Many People Speak
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6,000,000.00
Rank: 7 (Overall)
1,300,000.00
Rank: 18 (Overall)
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4.4 Total No. Of Dialects
About English L..
46
Rank: 30 (Overall)
7
Rank: 7 (Overall)
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5 How Many People Speak
5.1 How Many People Speak?
About English L..
163.00 million
Rank: 11 (Overall)
28.00 million
Rank: 38 (Overall)
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5.2 Speaking Population
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1.16 %
Rank: 14 (Overall)
0.32 %
Rank: 38 (Overall)
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5.3 Native Speakers
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23.00 million
Rank: 34 (Overall)
22.00 million
Rank: 35 (Overall)
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5.3.1 Second Language Speakers
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140.00 million
Rank: 4 (Overall)
6.00 million
Rank: 25 (Overall)
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5.3.2 Native Name
Bahasa Melayu
Nederlands
5.3.3 Alternative Names
Bahasa Indonesia
Hollands, Nederlands
5.3.4 French Name
indonésien
néerlandais; flamand
5.3.5 German Name
Bahasa Indonesia
Niederländisch
5.4 Pronunciation
Not Available
[ˈneːdərlɑnts]
5.5 Ethnicity
Indonesians
Dutch people
6 History
6.1 Origin
7th Century
AD 450-500
6.2 Language Family
Austronesian Family
Indo-European Family
6.2.1 Subgroup
Indonesian
Germanic
6.2.2 Branch
Not Available
Western
6.3 Language Forms
6.3.1 Early Forms
Old Malay
Old Dutch, Middle Dutch and Dutch
6.3.2 Standard Forms
Indonesian
Standard Dutch
6.3.3 Language Position
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Rank: 41 (Overall)
48
Rank: 35 (Overall)
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6.3.4 Signed Forms
Sistem Isyarat Bahasa Indonesia (SIBI, "Signed Indonesian")
Signed Dutch (Nederlands met Gebaren)
6.4 Scope
Individual
Individual
7 Code
7.1 ISO 639 1
id
nl
7.2 ISO 639 2
7.2.1 ISO 639 2/T
ind
nld
7.2.2 ISO 639 2/B
ind
dut
7.3 ISO 639 3
ind
nld
7.4 ISO 639 6
Not Available
Not Available
7.5 Glottocode
indo1316
mode1257
7.6 Linguasphere
No data available
52-ACB-a
7.7 Types of Language
7.7.1 Language Type
Living
Historical
7.7.2 Language Linguistic Typology
Subject-Verb-Object
Subject-Object-Verb
7.7.3 Language Morphological Typology
Agglutinative
Synthetic

Indonesian and Dutch Alphabets

Indonesian and Dutch Alphabets provides you with alphabets, vowels and consonants in Indonesian and Dutch. In Indonesian Alphabets there are 26 letters while in Dutch Alphabets there are 26 letters. To learn Indonesian and Dutch languages the very first thing is to understand and learn alphabets of Indonesian and Dutch languages. The Indonesian phonology consist Indonesian vowels and Indonesian consonants. After alphabets, words are to be learned and after words, phrases in that language. Take a look at Indonesian greetings vs Dutch greetings, where you will find numerous useful phrases. Find whether Indonesian and Dutch are Most Spoken Languages.

All Indonesian and Dutch Dialects

Most languages have dialects where each dialect differ from other dialect with respect to grammar and vocabulary. Here you will get to know all Indonesian and Dutch dialects. Various dialects of Indonesian and Dutch language differ in their pronunciations and words. Dialects of Indonesian are spoken in different Indonesian Speaking Countries whereas Dutch Dialects are spoken in different Dutch speaking countries. Also the number of people speaking Indonesian vs Dutch Dialects varies from few thousands to many millions. Some of the Indonesian dialects include: Sundanese, Balinese. Dutch dialects include: Gronings , Low Saxon. Also learn about dialects in South American Languages and North American Languages.

Indonesian and Dutch Speaking population

Indonesian and Dutch speaking population is one of the factors based on which Indonesian and Dutch languages can be compared. The total count of Indonesian and Dutch Speaking population in percentage is also given. The percentage of people speaking Indonesian language is 1.16 % whereas the percentage of people speaking Dutch language is 0.32 %. When we compare the speaking population of any two languages we get to know which of two languages is more popular. Find more details about how many people speak Indonesian and Dutch on Indonesian vs Dutch where you will get native speakers, speaking population in percentage and native names.

Indonesian and Dutch Language Codes

Indonesian and Dutch language codes are used in those applications where using language names are tedious. Indonesian and Dutch Language Codes include all the international language codes, glottocodes and linguasphere.