The Sundanese language is spoken by the Sundanese people of the western Indonesian island of Java. The Sundanese are the second-largest ethnic group in Indonesia, with around 40 million people. The Sundanese language is a member of the Austronesian family of languages, which includes Malay, Hawaiian, and Maori. The Sundanese language is written in the Latin alphabet, with a few additional letters. The language has a complex system of honorifics and forms of address, which can be confusing for non-native speakers. The Sundanese language is spoken in a variety of dialects, depending on the region. The Sundanese people have a rich culture and history. The island of Java has been inhabited for over 2,000 years, and the Sundanese people have a long tradition of art, music, and dance. The Sundanese language is an important part of this culture. If you're looking to learn a new language, Sundanese might be a good choice. It's a unique language with a rich cultural heritage.

Language group

Western Malayo-Polynesian languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Sundanese, Indonesia, Latin
Sundanese, Indonesia, Sundanese
Sundanese, Latin
Sundanese, Sundanese
Sundanese, Indonesia