Indonesian 1B is the continuation of Indonesian 1A. This is the second semester of the introductory Indonesian level.

In Indonesian 1B, students are expected to be able to satisfy routine social verbal and written demands and be able to handle routine work-related interactions that are limited in scope. Students are also expected to be more confident in casual and everyday conversations about current events, family, and work. By the end of the semester, the students are expected to have mastered the following aspects of using the Indonesian language: greeting people, leave taking , talking about oneself or family, lalking about work, hobby, routine activities, future plans, asking or giving directions and instructions talking about various events.