Yes. And twenty-one would be "dua puluh satu", etc. The ones (10, 100, 1000) are shortened to se- (sepuluh, seratus, seribu). The teens (11, 12, 13) use the word belas (satu belas, dua belas, tiga belas).
Hope this helps.
Hai! Bagus sekali. :)
Remember also there is "sebelas", for eleven.
This is incredibly useful, thank you :-)
I'm disappointed this wasn't properly explained in the course.
Does anyone know the etymology of "Dua" in Indonesian? Because that is remarkably similar to many Indo-European languages, but to my knowledge basic words like numerals are typically not borrowed from other languages.
Dua and similar words for two are found in many Austronesian languages such as Cebuano (duha) and malagasy (rua). It's probably a coincidence that austronesian languages and many indo-european languages have a similarish word for two
True. Coincidences like that occasionally happen. A fun example is the word "dog" in the Austrailian Aboriginal language Mbabaram. It means dog, but it's not related to the English word "dog". It's just a weird coincidence.
Actually, I heard that somewhere else first...but then I heard it from NativLang! (It's one of my favorite illustrations of coincidences).
"dua" is similar to Hawaiian/Samoan "rua", it is an Austronesian word.