Keluar Bahaya Bilik?

The official language of Malaysia is Bahasa Melaya. Bahasa Melaya is written in the Roman alphabet, unlike other Asian countries' languages which are written in scripts that are beautiful but undecipherable to tourists. By the time we arrive at the guest house, my Bahasa Melaya vocabulary has grown to a modest but exciting 5 words:

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Your 358-Word Mini Japanese Culture Lesson

Unlike English, Japanese isn't a language that puts emphasis on using pronouns. For example, an English-speaker would find it imperative to denote whose sweater they were using or that they themselves like cheese but a Japanese speaker would simply say: "using sweater" or "like cheese" because the "who" in both cases is, somehow, implied. Nonetheless,

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