My answer "Saa ngapi?" was rejected because I didn't include "is it" but "is it" was not in the question.
If someone wants to meet me I can ask "Saa ngapi?" That doesn't mean "What time is it?"
I put "what time is it" and was counted wrong
Me too, reported it 6/7 2020
'what time is it' is 'ni saa ngapi?'
Matter is about - " saa ngapi" has two meanings 1) what time is it ? 2) how many hours....( or how much time )
Would 'What time?' be a correct answer? Or how else would I say that
'what time?" should be accepted too
yah, I feel like ni saa ngapi is what means what time is it.
"What time is it'?" or "What's the time?"
Both are correct.
Just hypothesizing: "Saa ngapi?" would be a response to "Please come over to my house." In that case, "What time is it" would not be a correct translation. I think in this case DL is making an appropriate distinction
This has been left uncorrected for quite a long time apparently as it still does not accept "What time is it?" as a correct answer, despite the dictionary hint giving exactly that answer
Why not what time is it?
what's the time should be acceptable
Sasa saa ngapi? What time is it?