About our programs

1. Timeline – How long will I be attending lessons?

2. Focus – What aspects of language skills are we going to polish?

3. Topics – What am I going to see during the lessons?

4. Reviews – What did your students say?

5. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

6. Pricing – How much is this investment going to cost me?

① Timeline

It will take around 6 to 8 months for students to move up to lower independent user level (B1). This timeline projection is based on 2 hours per week lesson frequency. Every student is unique (some students are fast-learners), therefore this can affect the projected timeline.

  • Speaking (Conversational)
  • Listening
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary Building

② Our Focus

In order to provide opportunities to students to practice Malay in class, we focus more on conversations. We teach necessary vocabulary, grammar and structures for conversations. More formal grammar points and vocabulary are introduced once students reach C1 (advanced) proficiency level.

③ Themes & Topics

Conversational situations

such as…

Ordering food & drinks

Asking for directions

Making new local friends

Talking about weather

Arranging appointments & meetings

Vocabulary Themes

such as…


Food & drinks

High-frequency words

Number-related expressions

Places & directions

Grammar & Structures

such as…

Making comparisons

Present, past & future actions

Asking questions

Adverbs of frequency

Talking to strangers

④ What did they say…







⑤ FAQs

Is there a trial lesson?

Yes, each prospective student is entitled to a free 40 minutes session.

Where are lessons held?

Our coaching sessions are held live and online using the Zoom meetings platform.

What is there on your online portal?

Apart from in-class activities, we encourage students to practice consistently. On this portal, you will have access to online quizzes and exercises. This is especially useful to those who are not in an environment where people speak Malay.

What do you offer under "practice and support via texts"?

You can ask your teacher questions any time when you study or review before our next class. You and your teacher will share contact details upon agreement and you can text him/her to ask questions, practice with pronunciation and sentence construction.

How do I pay?

If you have a local Malaysian bank account, you can transfer your fees to our local business account. We will let you know the account details before you make your first payment.

However, if you do not have one, you can pay your fees through Wise (formerly Transferwise). 

How long does it take to reach fluency?

This varies depending on the frequency of lessons and how much students put in effort to study outside of lessons. We have noticed students who solely depend on our sessions to progress at a slower rate compared to those who put in extra effort.

Spoken Malay is much simpler compared to formal Malay, and it should take less than 1 year if you take 2 lessons per week, for you to be able to speak comfortably (know most of high-frequency words).

⑥ Hourly Pricing

Enjoy discount up to ~6% with lesson package