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Volume 81, Issue 1
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Abstract

Because of ethnic and linguistic diversity of the Indonesian nation, Bahasa Indonesia (the Indonesian language) presents a dazzling array of terms of address available to the speaker. This paper attempts to classify the more commonly used forms other than the standard terms neatly presented in any Indonesian language textbook.

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