Monday, May 18, 2009

old text book

Jawi was used as a written language.

Jawi is one of the two official scripts in Brunei and Malaysia as the script for the Malay language. Usage wise, it was the standard script for the Malay language but has since been replaced by the Roman script, and Jawi has since been relegated to a script used for religious and cultural purposes. Day-to-day usage of Jawi is maintained in more conservative Malay-populated areas such as Pattani in Thailand and Kelantan in Malaysia. ( read more about Jawi)

5 comments:

a.b geldofg said...

kalau masuk jawi ?
apa pula tu?

bokbon said...

huyyo..jawi lama ni.

benludin said...

ab,
masuk jawi=putus

bokbon,
aku pun tak dpt beza jawi lama vs jawi baru...hehe

mihalis-halkida said...

Hello kalimera, Michalis

en_me said...

jawi tewww..