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(2) Low-country Semang subdivision:a
Semang dialect of Juru, Begbieas Semang, Semang words in Newboldas Orang Benua list, and the a Swamp Semang a dialect of Ulu Krian of the Maxwell MS.
Pupieras Semang words and those of the Semang of Sadang probably come into this subdivision, but are too few to admit of classification.
II. Sakai Group.
(1) Northern Sakai subdivisiona
Sakai dialects of the a Semang a of Kenderong, Grik, Kenering, and Sungai Piah, of the Po-Klo (or aSakai Bukit a) of Temongoh, of the Sakai of Plus Korbu, Ulu Kinta, Tanjong Rambutan, and of the Tembea or Tembi.
(2) Central Sakai subdivisiona
Sakai dialects of Blanja (Lengkuas), Sungai Raya, Ulu Bertang, Ulu Kampar, Mt. Berumban, Jelai, Serau, and the Senoi of Ulu Pahang; the Sakai dialects of Chendariang, Tapah, Ulu Gedang, Sungkai, and Slim; and the dialect of the Orang Tanjong of Ulu Langat.
(3) Southern Sakai subdivisiona
(a) South-western subgroupa
Dalyas Selangor Sakai, the dialects of the Orang Bukit of Ulu Langat, and the Besisi of Kuala Langat (Ayer Itam and Sepang), Negri Sembilan, and Malacca.
(V) South-eastern subgroupa
Sakai dialects of the Bera, Serting, Ulu Palong, and Ulu Indau (and perhaps also the mixed Beduanda dialect of Chiong, Johol).Sakai dialects of the Bera, Serting, Ulu Palong, and Ulu Indau (and perhaps also the mixed Beduanda dialect of Chiong, Johol).