Then, back in october I read in the newspaper this article about Rojaks Language : DBP given power to fine
Rojak Language or Bahasa Rojak is a Malaysian term, literally meaning "mixed-up language" in Malay, to define the practice of code-switches between 2, 3, 4 or more languages in a conversation similar to pidgin, Manglish and Singlish. The base language, however is Malay.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet has given the Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka (DBP) the power to advise and fine anyone not using the national language correctly on signboards.
“DBP can now enforce the correct usage of the national language on the public and private sectors,” he told reporters at a press conference at his office yesterday.
Rais also gave some examples of commonly used terms such as Touch ‘N’ Go and Boulevard that he would like to see changed to Bahasa Malaysia terms.
“The word for ‘Boulevard’ should rightfully be ‘Lebuh Perdana’,” he said.
Then I wanna show you this photograph i took from Tesco Kajang
I thot they are saying that if you buy 1 pizza you can get 4 topeng (mask) for free! LOL!
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