Is "kaus" pronounced as "kaas" in rapid speech?
No actually. I had a native speaker listen to this and he thought it said tas because there was no u or o sound
Thinking about it, yeah, but there's almost always at least a soft u at the and, like saying kaos. When speaking slowly it's normally pronounced like mouse with a k.
Tee shirt is also a correct spelling for t-shirt.
Shouldn't 'I am wearing a black t-shirt' be correct too?
I always thought t-shirt was "baju kaus"...
I have seen kaus translated as socks and as t-shirt in this course. Which one is it?
Sock(s) is 'kaus kaki'.
Thanks for your answer! I realized this as well after doing the lesson again and paying more attention haha.
I have seen "kaus" spelled "kaos" many times.
Is that correct?
It's often pronounced as kaos when speaking quickly, but it's proper spelling is kaus.
Is there a difference between kaus and kemeja?
Kaus is a t-shirt, kemeja is just a shirt
The message is: saya memakai dasi hitam...?!
Dasi means tie though
"I put on a black t-shirt"?
I think put on would be more like pakai but I'm not fully certain
Sounds like tas no kaos