Terasul dan Bahasa Pengganti Diri “Bahasa Dalam”

Today M.I.B has organised a workshop for teachers in the college.  The invited speaker was Pg. Dr. Hidup Samsuddin, Penolong Yang di-pertua Adat Istiadat.

The objective of the workshop was to educate the teachers on how to communicate with the vvips and vips in particular.  Here, I would like to share some interesting findings:

  • “Terasul” – gabungan nama atau susunan perkataan yang indah dan mulia bunyinya yang dahulu disebut sebelum menyebut nama gelaran yang diikuti oleh nama sebenar seseorang.  Begitu termakna dan tujuannya terasul sesuai digunakan di dalam situasi yang rasmi.
  • The difference between ‘bedangan sanak’ and ‘kerabat diraja’.
  • The history of Ampuan.

To be honest, an hour session is insufficient.  However, it was great  gaining some knowledge related to Bahasa Dalam.  The workshop also witnessed  souvenirs presentation to our outgoing religious education officers, Ustaz Hj Muliadey and Ustazah Hjh Norasrahwati who will be leaving for Cairo soon.

The invited speaker with Timbalan Pengetua Pentadbiran

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TPP presenting souvenirs to U. Rozilah (on behalf of Ustaz Muliadey)🙂

6 Responses to “Terasul dan Bahasa Pengganti Diri “Bahasa Dalam””

  1. didi wahid Says:

    Yes it’s true that the talk on terasul was very interesting.An hour session was really not enough and should be continued for the next session.

  2. Tapi yang siok nya all the teachers were there attending the workshop. To all visitors jangan lupa ah leave some comments.

  3. Jangan lupa masukkan dalam catatan 100 jam biskita

  4. kitani tunggu lagi hr sabtu ani…I heard penceramahnya dari adat istiadat jua.

  5. yahoo….sekulah kami ada blog,atuu stedi!salam eh pembuatnya ah, timakasih ngingatkan 100 jam ah!…

  6. taufiq hidayat Says:

    if you don’t mind, please send me the softcopy the list of the terasul. TQVM

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