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RenanTuesday 26th of April 2005 09:19:02 PM
Indonesian Relationship & Family - Indonesian Phrase 15

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RELATIONSHIP & FAMILY

Hubungan & Keluarga



Are you (married)

apakah anda (sudah menikah)? / A-PA-KAH AN-DA (SU-DAH ME-NEE-KAH)



I am married

saya sudah menikah / SA-YA SU-DAH ME-NEE-KAH



I am not married

saya belum menikah / SA-YA BE-LUM ME-NEE-KAH



Are you (engaged)?

apakah anda (sudah bertunangan)? / A-PA-KAH AN-DA (SU-DAH BERE-TU-NANG-AN)



I am engaged

saya sudah bertunangan / SA-YA SU-DAH BER-TU-NANG-AN



I am not engaged

saya belum bertunangan / SA-YA BE-LUM BER-TU-NANG-AN



Do you have a boyfriend?

apakah anda mempunyai seorang kekasih? / A-PA-KAH AN-DA MEM-PU-NYA-EE SE-O-RANG KE-KA-SEEH



I have a boyfriend

saya mempunyai seorang kekasih / SA-YA MEMPU-NYA-EE SE-O-RANG KE-KA-SEEH



Do you have a girlfriend?

apakah anda mempunyai seorang kekasih? / A-PA-KAH AN-DA MEM-PU-NYA-EE SE-O-RANG KE-KA-SEEH



I have a girlfriend

saya mempunyai seorang kekasih / SA-YA MEM-PU-NYA-EE SE-O-RANG KE-KA-SEEH



How old is he / she?

berapakah umurnya? BE-RA-PA-KAH U-MUR-NYA



He / she is..... years old

Dia berumur......... tahun / DEE-A BER-U-MUR......... TA-HUN



Do you have children?

apakah anda mempunyai anak? / A-PA-KAH AN-DA MEM-PU-NYA-EE A-NAK



I don't have any children

saya tidak mempunyai anak / SA-YA TEE-DA MEM-PU-NYA-EE A-NAK



I have.....

saya mempunyai....... / SA-YA MEM-PU-NYA-EE



One child

seorang anak / SE-O-RANG A-NAK

Two children

dua orang anak / DU-A O-RANG A-NAK

One son

seorang putra / SE-O-RANG PU-TRA



One

satu / SA-TU

Two

dua / DU-A

Three

tiga / TEE-GA

Four

empat / EM-PAT

Five

lima / LEE-MA

Six

enam / E-NAM

Seven

tujuh / TU-JUH

Eight

delapan / DE-LA-PAN

Nine

Sembilan / SEM-BEE-LAN

Ten

sepuluh / SE-PU-LUH



How many brother and sister do you have?

berapa banyak saudara laki-laki dan perempuan yang anda punyai? / BE-RA-PA BA-NYAK SAU-DA-RA LA-KEE LA-KEE DAN PE-REM-PU-AN YANG AN-DA PU-NYA-EE



Is your mother still alive?

apakah ibumu masih hidup? / A-PA-KAH EE-BU-MU MA-SEEH HEE-DUP



Is your father still alive?

apakah ayahmu masih hidup? / A-PA-KAH A-YAH-MU MA-SEEH HEE-DUP



Notes:

Everything is okey and just be a good men. ?:-)






chudoriMonday 20th of June 2005 10:11:51 PM
- Notice the use of SUDAH and BELUM.

SUDAH means already.

BELUM means not yet.

When talking about getting married or having children Indonesians always use BELUM (not yet) if they are not married or don't have children. This is because they are
positive that this will happen, it is only a matter of time.

Indonesians are always positive.

This will help people to understand a little about the Indonesian culture.