When does Indonesian cease to be Indonesian?

This is a very important item for us all to look at IMO.

Beyond vocabulary, it describes the structural impact of English via Google (et al.) online translations, etc.

Regards,              Leo 

Leo Moser
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On 2014-11-30 9:20 PM, Dana Nutter wrote:
> On 11/30/14 18:13, Leo Moser wrote:
>> When does English cease to be English?
>> When does a language cease to be what it was and become something 
>> different/new?
> When does Swedish become Norwegian or Danish?
> Are Romanian and Moldavian different languages just because they are 
> written in different scripts?
Ask a Serb and a Croat if they speak the same language :) and duck for the fireworks.
Paul Bartlett