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How do you say these in Indonesian?

1. Nice to see you again.
2. How do you like my home?
3. What would you like to drink?
4. I would like to give this to you.
5. What time do you have to leave?
6. When can you come again?
7. Can I walk you to the train station?


Can you explain the grammar to me too. Mine is all messed up because I never learned properly and just memorized a ton of words and bunch them together.

Also, can you give me examples of possible responses too.

Thank you so much.

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    How do you say these in Indonesian?

    1. Nice to see you again. = Senang bertemu denganmu lagi.

        - Aku juga (me too)
    2. How do you like my home?  = Bagaimana pendapatmu tentang rumahku?

        - Sangat nyaman (very comfortable)

        - Luar biasa! (incredible!)
    3. What would you like to drink?  = Anda ingin minum apa?

        - Saya ingin secangkir teh (I would like a cup of tea)

        - Tidak, terimakasih, saya tidak haus (No, thanks, I am not thirsty)
    4. I would like to give this to you. = Saya ingin memberikan ini untukmu.

        - Terima kasih (Thanks)
    5. What time do you have to leave? = Jam berapa anda akan pergi?

       - Sebentar lagi (in a minute)

       - Saya harus pergi jam 5 (I must go at 5)
    6. When can you come again? = Kapan anda dapat datang lagi?

        - Secepatnya (as soon)

        - Saya akan datang lagi besok (I will come back tomorrow)
    7. Can I walk you to the train station? = Bolehkah aku menemanimu ke stasiun?
        - Tentu, terimakasih (of course, thanks)

        - Tidak, terimakasih (No, thank you)

     

    Some subject in Bahasa:

    1. Saya (formal) / Aku (informal)  => I

       Saya akan datang pukul 3

       AKu akan datang pukul 3

       (I will come at 3)
    2. Anda (formal) / kamu (informal)  => You

        Dapatkah anda mengambilkan berkas itu?

        Bisakah kamu mengambilkan berkas itu?

        (Can you take these file, please?)

    3. Kami => We

        You also used 'kami' to speak to another side; ex:

        Kami akan mulai belajar sebentar lagi (We will start for study in a minute)

    4. Kita => We

        "Kita" is a bit different with "kami", you used that to the people between your side.

        Kita harus membersihkan ruangan ini (We must clean up this room)

    5. Mereka => They

        Mereka belum mengerjakan tugas itu (They have not yet do that task)

    6. Dia => He or she (In Bahasa, you used same pronoun for women and men)

        Dia akan menyusul kita nanti (He/she will join with us later)

     

    That's all. Sorry if my explanation make you confused :)

    Elva

     

    How do you say these in Indonesian?

    1. Nice to see you again. = Senang bertemu Anda/kamu lagi.

    Nice = Senang
    To see/ to meet = Bertemu

    You = kamu/ Anda

    again = lagi

     

    Nice to see you too. = Senang bertemu Anda juga.

    Nice = Senang

    To see/ to meet =  Bertemu 

    you = kamu/ Anda

    too = juga


    Note:

    in this context to see (to meet someone) means bertemu; it can be different meaning in different context, e.g. i can see the picture: Saya bisa melihat gambar itu. See (perceive with the eyes)

     


    2. How do you like my home? = Bagaimana pendapat Anda/kamu tentang rumah saya?

    I think it's very lovely and convenient = Menurut saya rumah Anda sangat indah dan nyaman.

    I think = Menurut saya

    it here refers to your home, so it's better for you to state in complete way: rumah Anda (your home)

    very = sangat

    lovely = indah 

    and = dan

    convenient = nyaman


    Note:

    This question is aimed to ask one's opinion about your home. If it is translated literally into Bahasa Indonesia, 'bagaimana kamu suka rumah saya?', it would sound unnatural. So, just say 'Bagaimana pendapat Anda/kamu tentang rumah saya?' because it's more understandable.

     

    3. What would you like to drink? = Anda/kamu ingin minum apa? (more common rather than 'apa yang ingin Anda/kamu minum?')

    I would like to have a cup of tea. = Saya ingin minum teh.

     

    4. I would like to give this to you. = Saya ingin memberikan ini untuk Anda/kamu.

    Thank you so much = Terima kasih banyak.


    5. What time do you have to leave? = Jam berapa Anda/kamu harus pergi?

    I have to leave at 10.00 = Saya harus pergi jam 10.00.

    I = Saya/ aku

    have to = harus

    leave = pergi

     

    Note:

    'At' in Bahasa Indonesia literally translated into 'di' or 'pada'

    if you want to state time in Bahasa Indonesia, you have to start with the word jam/pukul.

    e.g.: 7.00 = jam 7 / pukul 7. (Pukul is more formal than jam)

    I woke up at 7.00 = Saya bangun tidur jam 7. / Saya bangun tidur pada pukul 7.00.

     

    6. When can you come again? = Kapan Anda/kamu bisa datang lagi?

    Maybe tomorrow morning. = Mungkin besok pagi.

    Maybe = mungkin

    tomorrow = besok

    morning = pagi

     

    7. Can I walk you to the train station? = Bisakah saya mengantar Anda/kamu ke stasiun kereta?

    Can = Bisakah

    I = Saya/ aku

    walk = mengantar

    you = Anda/ kamu

    to = ke

    train station = stasiun kereta


    Sure. Thank you = Tentu. Terima kasih.

     

    Note:

    - Can in this context is more likely translated into 'bisakah' because it is a question sentence.

    if the word 'can' is in the middle of the sentence, e.g. I can see the picture, it is translated into saya bisa melihat gambar itu. 

     

    - Walk (guide or accompany (someone) on foot) in this context means mengantar in Bahasa Indonesia. Another meaning of the word walk is go on foot, in Bahasa Indonesia, it is translated into berjalan.

     

    PS: Saya and aku have the same meaning which is I.

    Saya is more formal than aku.

     

    Anda and kamu also have the same meaning which is you.

    Anda is more formal than kamu.

     

    Wh- questions:

    What = Apa

    When = Kapan

    Where = Dimana

    Why = Mengapa/ kenapa

    Who = Siapa

    How = Bagaimana

     

    Hope it helps. Good luck :)


    Regards,

    Fatima :)

    How do you say these in Indonesian?

    1. Nice to see you again. Senang berjumpa kembali
    2. How do you like my home? Bagaimana pendapatmu tentang rumah saya? cukup bagus/ menarik/ nyaman
    3. What would you like to drink? Mau minum apa? (informal) tidak terima kasih, saya tidak haus/ secangkir kopi/ segelas es jeruk
    4. I would like to give this to you. Aku ingin memberikan ini padamu Terima kasih
    5. What time do you have to leave? Jam/pukul berapa kamu/Anda harus pergi? Entahlah, mungkin sekitar jam setengah dua siang
    6. When can you come again? Kapan Anda akan berkunjung/datang kembali? Saya akan berkunjung jika ada waktu lagi
    7. Can I walk you to the train station? Bisakah saya berjalan bersama Anda ke stasiun kereta? Ide yang bagus/ Terima kasih, tetapi saya tidak menuju stasiun ~haha


    Can you explain the grammar to me too. Mine is all messed up because I never learned properly and just memorized a ton of words and bunch them together. I've tried :p

    Also, can you give me examples of possible responses too. Done

    Thank you so much. You are welcome!

    How do you say these in Indonesian?

    1. Nice to see you again. = Sampai jumpa lagi (sampai jumpa lagi juga)

    2. How do you like my home? = Bagaimana pendapatmu tentang rumah saya? (nyaman) or up to you ^^
    3. What would you like to drink? = Apa yang akan anda ingin minum ? (saya ingin minum jus jeruk) or up to you
    4. I would like to give this to you. = Saya ingin memberikan ini padamu 
    5. What time do you have to leave? = Pukul berapa kamu harus pergi? (saya harus pergi pukul 8 pagi) or up to you
    6. When can you come again? = Kapan kamu bisa datang lagi? ( saya bisa datang jika ada waktu lagi) you can answer it... "besok ", "minggu depan" or up to you ^^
    7. Can I walk you to the train station?= Bisakah saya ikut bersama kamu ke stasiun kereta api? (Silahkan )or (jangan) up to you ^^


    Can you explain the grammar to me too. Mine is all messed up because I never learned properly and just memorized a ton of words and bunch them together.

    Also, can you give me examples of possible responses too.

    Thank you so much.

     

    PS : I Hope my correction will help you ^^

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