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RenanTuesday 26th of April 2005 09:26:36 PM
Indonesian Resindence, Visiting & Accommodation - here is the link to my Archipelago
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Indonesian Phrase 17

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Indonesian Phrase / American-English Transcription/



RESIDENCE, VISITING & ACCOMMODATION

Penginapan, Kunjungan & Pelayanan



Where are you from?

darimanakah anda berasal? / DA-REE-MA-NA-KAH AN-DA BER-A-SAL



What (country) are you from?

dari (negara) apakah anda berasal? / DA-REE (NE-GA-RA) A-PA-KAH AN-DA BER-A-SAL



I am from.......

saya....a dari......... / SA-YA DA-REE......

saya berasal dari.... / SA-YA BER-A-SAL DA-REE......



France

perancis / PE-RAN-CEES

The United Kingdom

inggris / EENG-GREES

Spain

spanyol / SPA-NYOL

Germany

jerman / JER-MAN

The United States

amerika serikat / A-ME-REE-KA SE-REE-KAT

China

cina / CEE-NA

Brazil

brasil / BRA-SEEL

Japan

jepang / JE-PANG

Russia

rusia / RU-SEE-YA

Canada

kanada / KA-NA-DA

Australia

australia / AUS-TRA-LEE-YA



What (nationality) are you?

apakah (kewarganegaraan) anda? / A-PA-KAH (KE-WAR-GA-NE-GA-RA-AN) AN-DA



I am....

saya.... / SA-YA



British

orang inggris / O-RANG EENG-GREES

French

orang perancis / O-RANG PE-RAN-CEES

German

orang jerman / O-RANG JER-MAN

American

orang amerika / O-RANG A-ME-REE-KA

Chinese

orang cina / O-RANG CEE-NA

Japanese

orang jepang / O-RANG JE-PANG

Russian

orang rusia / O-RANG RU-SEE-YA

Brazilian

orang brasil / O-RANG BRA-SEEL

Canadian

orang kanada / O-RANG KA-NA-DA



What (city) do you live in?

di (kota) apakah anda tinggal? / DEE KO-TA A-PA-KAH AN-DA TEENG-GAL



I live in.....

saya tinggal di... / SA-YA TEENG-GAL DEE.....



London

london / LON-DON

Paris

paris / PA-REES

Berlin

berlin / ber-leen

Jakarta

jakarta / JA-KAR-TA

Denpasar

denpasar / DEN-PA-SAR

Bandung

bandung / BAN-DUNG



Is that close to.....

apakah itu dekat dengan...... / A-PA-KAH EE-TU DE-KAT DE-NGAN.....



Is that far from...

apakah itu jauh dari..... / A-PA-KAH EE-TU JA-UH DA-REE......



I live close to....

saya tinggal dekat dengan..... / SA-YA TEENG-GAL DE-KAT DE-NGAN.....



I live far from.....

saya tinggal jauh dari...... / SA-YA TEENG-GAL JA-UH DA-REE.......



Where do you stay?

dimanakah anda menginap? / DEE-MA-NA-KAH AN-DA ME-NGEE-NAP



I'm staying at hotel

saya menginap di hotel / SA-YA ME-NGEE-NAP DEE HO-TEL



(How long) will you be here?

(berapa lama kah) anda akan berada di sini? / (BE-RA-PA LA-MA KAH) AN-DA A-KAN BER-A-DA DEE SEE-NEE



When do you (go back)?

kapankah anda akan (kembali)? / KA-PAN-KAH AN-DA A-KAN (KEM-BA-LEE)



When did you arrive?

kapankah anda tiba? / KA-PAN-KAH AN-DA TEE-BA



Are you here (alone)?

apakah anda (sendiri) di sini / A-PA-KAH AN-DA (SEN-DEE-REE) DEE SEE-NEE



I am here alone

saya sendiri di sini / SA-YA SEN-DE-REE DEE SEE-NEE



I am here with (my family)

saya di sini dengan (keluargaku) / SA-YA DEE-SEE-NEE DE-NGAN (KE-LU-AR-GA-KU)



Do you live here?

apakah anda tinggal di sini / A-PA-KAH AN-DA TEENG-GAL DEE- SEE-NEE



I'm not from here

saya bukan berasal dari sini / SA-YA BU-KAN BER-A-SAL DA-REE SEE-NEE



Can we (camp) here? (in the wild)

dapatkah kami (berkemah) di sini? / DA-PAT-KAH KA-MEE BER-KE-MAH DEE SEE-NEE



Can we (camp) here? (in the campground)

dapatkah kami (berkemah) di sini? / DA-PAT-KAH KA-MEE (BER-KE-MAH) DEE SEE-NEE



Do you have (any (vacancies)?

apakah anad mempunyai (beberapa (kamar kosong)? A-PA-KAH AN-DA MEM-PU-NYA-EE (BE-BE-RA-PA (KA-MAR KO-SONG)



How much is it per night?

berapakah harganya per malam? BE-RA-PA-KAH HAR-GA-NYA PER MA-LAM



We want to stay one week

kami ingin tinggal selama satu minggu / KA-MEE EE-NGEEN TEENG-GAL SE-LA-MA SA-TU MEENG-GU



Where are the showers?

dimanakah (shower-nya)? DEE-MA-NA-KAH (SHOWER-NYA)

dimanakah (pancurannya)? DEE-MA-NA-KAH (PAN-CU-RAN-NYA)



Where are the toilets?

dimanakah toiletnya? DEE-MA-NA-KAH TO-EE-LET-NYA



I want a single room, (please)

(tolong) saya ingin sebuah "single room" / (TO-LONG) SA-YA EENG-EEN SE-BU-AH "SINGLE ROOM"



a (bath)

sebuah (kamar mandi) / SEE-BU-AH (KA-MAR MAN-DEE)

a (shower)

sebuah (shower) / SEE-BU-AH (SHOWER)

a (balcony)

sebuah (balkon) / SE-BU-AH (BAL-KON)

a (view)

sebuah (beranda) / SE-BU-AH (BE-RAN-DA)

an (extra bed)

sebuah (kasur extra) / SE-BU-AH (KA-SUR EXTRA)

Separate beds

kasur yang terpisah / KA-SUR YANG TER-PEE-SAH



We want a double room, (please)

(tolong) kami ingin sebuah "double room" / (TO-LONG) KA-MEE EENG-EEN SE-BU-AH "DOUBLE ROOM"



Is (breakfast) included?

apakah sudah termasuk (sarapan)? / A-PA-KAH SU-DAH TER-MA-SUK SA-RA-PAN



When is breakfast served?

kapankah sarapan disajikan? / KA-PAN-KAH SA-RA-PAN DEE-SA-JEE-KAN



Are there any cheaper rooms?

apaakh ada kamar yang lebih murah? / A-PA-KAH A-DA KA-MAR YANG LE-BEEH MU-RAH



Are there any messages for me?

apakah ada pesan untuk saya? / A-PA-KAH A-DA PE-SAN UN-TUK SA-YA



Can I have my key, please?

tolong, bolehkah saya mengambil kunciku / TO-LONG, BO-LEH-KAH SA-YA ME-NGAM-BEEL KUN-CEE-KU



What's my room number?

berapakah nomor kamarku? BE-RA-PA-KAH NO-MOR KA-MAR-KU



I asked for a room with a bath / shower?

saya telah memesan sebuah kamar dengan sebuah kamar mandi / shower / SA-YA TE-LAH ME-ME-SAN SE-BU-AH KA-MAR DE-NGAN KA-MAR-MAN-DEE / SHOWER



Notes:

Indonesia has so many nice hotel and residence... here is the eating time for you



Breakfast

sarapan / SA-RA-PAN

Lunch

makan siang / MA-KAN SEE-ANG

Dinner

makan malam / MA-KAN MA-LAM



And keep smile to every Indonesian people... cause with smile you'll get everythings, including the low price... hahaaaaaa....




chudoriMonday 20th of June 2005 10:21:10 PM
- For new learners, you may have noticed two words for No/Not by this stage.

TIDAK - no/not
BUKAN - no/not

Tidak is generally used for No/Not in all cases except where you are negating a NOUN.

When negating a noun use BUKAN.

For example:
Are you hungry? -Apakah anda lapar?
(Because this is a state of being and not a noun the answer is) No -Tidak

Is your name Henry? - Apakah nama anda Henry?
(Because this is a noun the answer is) No - Bukan

Although this is the case, even Indonesians sometimes mix them up. :)