Tuesday, 26 May 2015

From Daniel Tyler to Mat Dan

Tuesday, 26 May 2015



From Daniel Tyler to "Mat Dan" Kareef Daniel Abdullah. According to the report, he has been living in Malaysia for 5 years and speaks fluently Terengganu dialect. I am from Terengganu and I knew about him years before but never had a chance meeting him.. :)

Below is another video of him long long time ago...





I am impressed that he speaks the language with a very nice flow and make the dialect seems approachable. I always heard that people saying, when Terengganu people speaks, they seem like they are angry.. haha... maybe because too many "g". Sometimes, I kinda feel annoyed when people keep adding "g" on every words they used in order to make it as Terengganu dialect.... duh!! guys, not every words you need to add extra "g".

**Bonus
I always been asked on how to differentiate standard Bahasa Malaysia, Kelantan and Terengganu dialect...here we go...

Standard Bahasa Malaysia: Ayam Makan Ikan Dalam Pinggan
Kelantan Dialect: Aye Make Ike Dale Pingge
Terengganu Dialect: Ayang Makang Ikang Dalang Pinggang


P/S: I heard that Mat Dan wanna marry a local people. So, single ladies out there, here is your chance!

7 comments:

  1. Macam mana terer sgt speaking ganu ni! Saya org malaysia pun dok reti ahaha

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    1. Mat Dan ni pandai bergaul dengan local people.. sebab tu cepat belajar.. dia tak sombong.. :)

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  2. Diorang mesti impress dgn dialek kita. Tmbh2 dialek pantai timur :)
    Tapi, kira hebatlah mat saleh boleh speaking ganu. Even truly malaysian pun kadang x boleh nk speaking, ekeke

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    1. Entahlah, maybe sebab hati dia memang dah jatuh cinta kat Terengganu kot.... hehehe...

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  3. caya lah mat dan boleh cakap bm . loghat ganu lagi . huhuuu

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    1. Mat Dan boleh.. takkan lah orang Malaysia tak boleh.... hehehe...
      Hidup Ganu!!

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  4. Bagus Mat dan ni... boleh buat menantu.. hehehe

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