So dia can be used for he and for she?
He= Dia laki-laki
She= Dia perempuan
In indonesia, we don't use she,he. We just called it "dia" so it can referred to she or he
I could swear I wrote this correctly about six times, but it kept telling me I was wrong...
For those wondering about the difference between bukan, tidak and jangan:
‘Bukan’ negates nouns and adverbs
‘Tidak’ negates verbs and adjectives
‘Jangan’ literally means don’t and is a request or an order by nature
Anyone can give me an explanation about the use of Bukan?
Bukan negates nouns and adverbs
Hey... If I'm from Indonesia does that mean I'm cheating???
It doesn't mean you're cheating, you're learning English as well as knowing your own language. Plus, you can help out some of us trying to learn your language
Would love to leave feedback that the slow motion speech of the first word Dia constantly sounds like "Ya" to me and meant i got it wrong a lot..
Isn't is supposed to be "dari bukan Bali" In the end?
How can i tell the diferrence from dari and dia
Dari = from
Dia = she/he
I don't know the rule when DIA is referred to HE, or SHE