Kontah Kristang Kinyang 7 by Kontah Kristang published on 2017-08-14T04:28:13Z Yo sa irmang machu gostah ku bos! This is Unit 7 of Kontah Kristang. Kristang, or Malacca Creole Portuguese, is the endangered heritage language of the Portuguese Eurasian community in Singapore and Malacca. Join Anirudh Krishnan, Frances Loke Wei, Fuad Johari, Kevin Martens Wong and Tammy Lim as they take you through an elementary course in this beautiful 500-year-old language, and learn a little about the history and traditions of the Portuguese Eurasians as well! If you want to review the words in this unit again, and learn one way of spelling them, check out the Kriseh Kristang course at Memrise, where you'll be able to revise these words and learn new ones at your leisure for free on the computer or on your phone: www.memrise.com/user/Kriseh-Krist…courses/teaching/. Kontah Kristang is part of the Kodrah Kristang revitalization initiative and is presented by Anirudh Krishnan, Frances Loke Wei, Fuad Johari, Kevin Martens Wong and Tammy Lim, a group of passionate Kristang learners and proto-linguists. The script is written by Kevin Martens Wong, and our love for Kristang, as always, is thanks to Joan Marbeck, Sara Santa Maria, Bernard Mesenas, and Maureen and Peter Martens. Thanks for listening and learning -- as we say in Kristang, mutu grandi merseh!