Hmm how does anyone know its she here?
Context. Dia = He/She.
Is roti only bread specifically, or can it also mean food more generally? Or does nasi sometimes mean food more generally? Or is makanan the only general word for food?
Roti = bread, nasi = rice (specifically cooked rice), makanan = food in general
Yes,makanan is the only general word for food,roti means bread and nasi means rice
Yeah but it had a question to write english version so its like 50/50 to get it right
So both are equally correct, choose whichever you want. There is more than one best answer.
can past tense be accepted? she ate a bread and drank coffee
Dia = He/She
Why does the full stop matter ><