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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.

Asking Price In Bahasa Indonesia

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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? (That one, how much is that?) 
B: Yang itu 50ribu. (That one is 50 thousand rupiahs.)  
A: Kalau gitu, saya mau yang itu deh. (I’ll take that one then.)
And for the audio, let's hear it down below.


I hope that helps, and if you have any questions, just leave it in the comment section below, and I'll be happy to answer it. So, that's all for now and bye-bye.

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