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6. Di - buat - buat = dibuat-buat (made up/fake)
7. Ter - buat - terbuat (made of)
8. Buat - an = buatan (made by)
9. Pem - buat = pembuat (the maker)
10. Pem - buat - an = pembuatan (the process of making)
11. Per - buat - an = perbuatan (deed)
I hope this brief overview could give you a picture of how bahasa Indonesia works.
"Buat" (v.) (to make) can be changed into:
1. Ber - buat = berbuat (to do something)
2. Mem - buat = membuat (to make)
3. Mem - buat - kan = membuatkan (to make for)
4. Di - buat = dibuat (to be made)
5. Di - buat - kan = dibuatkan (to be made for/by/into)
You could try to make an approach by listening to several foreign songs in YouTube channel.
I can give you a brief introduction to bahasa Indonesia.
Indonesian or bahasa Indonesia is an official language, spoken by 260 million people in Indonesia. It’s an Austronesian language, which uses the English alphabet as the written form. Generally, Indonesian tends to be used in big cities, while local languages are more widely used in small towns and rural areas.
It has no tenses as English does, so it depends fully on the adverb of time. However, in written form, it depends fully on the inflexion, which means the root word of verbs or adjectives added with an affix that gives a different meaning.
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