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Where Is the Bathroom In Indonesian Language

Useful Indonesian Phrases #2 - Halo semuanya? Apa kabar? This time I'm gonna talk about how to ask where the bathroom is in Bahasa Indonesia. If you want to learn Bahasa Indonesia with me, you can just join my group. You can check it out on the  About Me  page. So, let's get started! Asking Where Is the Bathroom To ask where the bathroom is in Bahasa Indonesia, you can use this phrase. Toiletnya di mana ya? (Where is the toilet?) You can hear how to pronounce this sentence below. Or you can say like this, Kamar kecilnya di mana ya? (Where is the toilet?) Kamar kecil is a polite way to address the toilet. In literal meaning, kecil means small, and kamar means room, so literally kamar kecil means [small room]. You can hear how to pronounce this sentence below. So, that's how you ask where the bathroom in the Indonesian language. Numpang ke Belakang Dong? Now, let's learn how to ask permission if you're in your friend's house, and the

Loe Meaning In Indonesian

Halo, apa kabar? Sehat selalu tentunya kan? Hello, how are you? I hope you're doing well. As with my previous article, now, I'm going to continue explaining something that connects to my last article, which is the meaning of loe in Bahasa Indonesia. We also will watch a few scenes that I took from Indonesian movies so that you will be able to see how Indonesian people pronounce this word. If you want to learn Bahasa Indonesia with me, you can just join my group. You can check it out on the  About Me  page. So, let's dive in. Loe In Bahasa Indonesia Loe is an informal word. [Loe] means [you]. You will see sometimes it is written as [loe] or [lo] or [elo] or [lu] or [eloe]. It's all the same. [Loe] is usually in pairs with the word [gue]. [Loe] is used mostly in Jakarta and its surrounding cities, like Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and Bekasi, or we call it JaBoDeTaBek. But nowadays, because many movies are made in Jakarta, these words [gue] and [loe] have spread and

Asking Price In Bahasa Indonesia

Useful Indonesian Phrases #1 - In this useful Indonesian phrases section, we're gonna learn how to ask for the price of something that you want to buy. If you want to learn Bahasa Indonesia with me, you can just join my group. You can check it out on the  About Me  page. So, let's dive in! Asking Price in the Indonesian Language If you want to know how much is the price of something, you can say this phrase. Ini berapa harganya? Or you can say it, Berapa ini harganya? Or you can also say it, Berapa harganya ini? Let's hear how to pronounce those sentences down below. Next, I made a conversation wherein this situation, I go to a shop and then asking for the price of something, and then I made a decision to buy one of them. Let's read down below. “ Berapa harganya? ” (How much is this?)    A: Mas, ini harganya berapa? (How much is this, sir?)   B: Itu harganya 20ribu. (That is 20 thousand rupiahs.)    A: Kalau yang itu, berapa harganya?

Learn Bahasa Indonesia Through Movies #03

Halo semuanya? Apa kabar? Hello, how's it going? This time we will continue our lesson. If you haven't followed my previous lesson, you can first read my previous lessons so that you can follow along.       Learn Bahasa Indonesia Through Movies #01       Learn Bahasa Indonesia Through Movies #02 If you want to learn Bahasa Indonesia with me, you can just join my group. You can check it out on the  About Me  page. If you had read my previous lessons, then let's begin! Scene 3 From the Movie Let's first watch this scene, and then I will explain it to you, and we'll learn words and phrases through this scene. Here is the conversation in the scene with English translation. (1)Tetangga(Neighbors): Selamat pagi, mas Adi. (Good morning, Adi.)   (2)Adi: Hmm.   (3)Angel: Heh! Kamu kenapa sih ngga bisa ramah dikit? Aku cape kalau lagi arisan ibu-ibu diomongin terus kamunya. Kenapa sih suaminya cuek banget? Ngga pernah mo ngumpul ama tetangga-tetangga. Gi