There is a lot of information to share about the language that most Malaysians use. Well, I am going to share information on the number of people who speak Malay (and there are a lot), different countries that speak malay, how Malaysia connects to the Malay language, its’ written language (there is also ), languages related to Malay and Tembikar. The language of Malay is a rapidly growing language, and has many other languages related to it. Well, interestingly enough, Indonesian is considered another form of Malay. So, people who speak Indonesian and Malay must be able to communicate pretty easily. Becoming a rapidly growing language, more people are beginning to speak languages like or related to Malay.Of all of the people on this Earth, an average of about “one hundred and eighty-eight million speak Malay,” according to omniglot.com. This also includes all of the people who speak Indonesian, which is another form of the Language Malay, like I have said before. For such small countries that speak these languages, the amount of people that speak them is absolutely insane. Although I must say that there are quite a bit of languages that are related to Malay, but I will about that later.Anyways earlier i said, there are only a few countries that speak native Malay or Indonesian. According to infoplease.com they are “Malaysia, Brunei, India, Singapore, the Marshall Islands, and Vietnam,” but the first four countries are the most important. Malaysia is especially important, being where the language of Malay was first originated. I would think that Malaysia, Brunei, India, and Singapore would be able to communicate very well, regardless of being in different parts of the world and speaking different versions of malay, because each version doesn’t differ much from the others. As mentioned earlier, Malay seems to be a common language of Malaysia. Well, Malay is also, in fact, the Official Language of Malay. It is also Brunei’s official language but that is not important right now. Anyways, according to www.commisceo-global.com, Malay is spoken by ” all Malay people who reside in the Malay Peninsula,” which is only a few out of the one hundred and eighty-eight million people that speak Malay. Originally the the language was named “Bahasa Malaysia” according to www.commisceo-global.com but was changed by the government to “Bahasa Melayu.” The Malay language is a rather interesting language, not only because of its relation to other languages, but it is also interesting because of its written language. The name of it is “Bahasa Melayu” according to www.commisceo-global.com, as mentioned earlier. Although there are other forms for it such as the “Latin and Arabic alphabets for malay” according to www.omniglot.com. This relates this language to many others, as well as the language that I speak, which is english, and Malay because they both derive from Latin. It also relates Malay to a lot of other languages that I do not know about because it also derives from the Arabic language. Malay is related to a abnormally large of languages due to its origination, well I am going to go into a few of those countries and according www.aboutworldlanguages.com some of more important languages that Malay is related to are ” Indonesian, Javanese, and Filipino. Indonesian in particular seems to be very close. I might of said this early but I think that if you put an Indonesian and a Malaysian in a room, they would be able to communicate very well. So far I have mentioned quite a bit about Malay, where it is spoken, and related languages. Well I just feel the need write a bit more about the culture of Malaysia. In Malaysia there is a special craft that is made there and it is called the “tembikar tembeling,” according to www.sinarharian.com. This artifact was normally used to contain water. Now making a tembikar tembeling is more of an art to preserve some of Malaysia’s history.