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RenanThursday 21st of April 2005 03:20:18 PM
Indonesian Emergencies - here is the link to my Archipelago
http://www.geocities.com/ronin_arrow/emergencies.htm

Indonesian Phrase 07

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Indonesian Phrase / American-English Transcription/



Emergencies

Keadaan gawat



Call a doctor!

Hubungi seorang dokter / hu-bung-ee se-o-rang dok-ter



Call an ambulance!

Hubungi ambulan / Hu-bung-ee am-bu-lan



Call the Police

Hubungi Polisi / hu-bung-ee po-lee-see



he can't breath

Dia tidak dapat bernafas / dee-a tee-da da-pat ber-na-fas



He can't move

Dia tidak dapat bergerak / dee-a tee-da da-pat ber-ge-rak



He did not stop

Dia tidak berhenti / dee-a tee-da ber-hen-tee



He run into me

Dia berlari ke arah ku / Dee-a ber-la-ree ke a-rah ku



He was driving too fast

Dia telah mengemudi terlalu cepat / Dee-a te-lah menge-mu-dee ter-la-lu ce-pat



He has cut him self

Dia telah melukai dirinya sendiri / dee-a te-lah me-lu-ka-ee dee-ree-nya sen-dee-ree



I can't move my arm

Saya tidak dapat menggerakan tangan saya / sa-ya tee-da da-pat meng-ge-ra-kan tang-ang sa-ya



I can't move my leg

saya todak dapat menggerakan kaki saya / sa-ya tee-da da-pat meng-ge-ra-kan ka-kee sa-ya



I've been robbed

saya telah dicuri / sa-ya te-lah dee cu-ree



Stop that thief!

Hentikan pencuri itu / hen-tee-kan pen-cu-ree ee-tu



My passport has been stolen

Passport saya telah



My money has been stolen

Uang saya telah



My car has been stolen

Mobil saya



There's a fire

disana ada kebakaran / dee-sa-na a-da ke-ba-ka-ran



Where is the nearest hospital

Dimanakah rumah sakit terdekat / dee-ma-na-kah ru-mah sa-keet ter-de-kat



Where is the nearest police station

dimanakah kantor polisi terdekat / dee-ma-na-kah kan-tor po-lee-see ter-de-kat



Notes:

In indonesia we has some of a place that similar with the hospital.

1. Polyclinikn it's like a Clinik. actually it's a small hospital.

2. Puskesmas / pus-kes-mas. it's a Government Clinic.



so if you stay on the little area such as on small village or on the "Dusun" it's very small village. you can find out the "Polyclinick or Puskesmas" or maybe you want to try the "traditional medicine" of Indonesia, you can try to drink some of "Jamu / ja-mu"




chudoriSunday 19th of June 2005 07:10:36 PM
EMERGENCIES - He ran into me - Dia berlari ke arah ku, this says he ran in my direction (but not necessarily into). I think Dia menabrak saya would be more correct (he collided with me, he ran into me).

Just some further notes on the PUSKESMAS (Pusat Kesehatan Masyarakat), peoples health centre. The PUSKESMAS is usually staffed by one doctor and a nurse or two. Sometimes just nurses. Medical equipment at a PUSKESMAS is basic but sufficent with more modern and complete medical equipment located in the hospitals. These are government health clinics that act as a bridge between the people and the hospital. When people are sick they go to the PUSKESMAS for treatment. If the condition is serious and cannot be treated at the PUSKESMAS then the person is sent on to the hospital. Payment for treatment at a PUSKESMAS is not for the treatment, only an administration fee is paid. This makes treatment at a PUSKESMAS a lot less expensive than going to a hospital or a private doctor's practice.

Maybe that will help some people understand what a PUSKESMAS is.