What's the difference between "ada" and "berada"?
I heard from another user that "ada" and "berada" mean the exact same thing ("to be, to exist"). I think he said that "berada" is a tad more formal, though.
I want to know too.
Mereka ada di sana is correct or not?
It is correct, and more commonly used in daily conversations. "ber-" is usually left out in daily conversations. But if you're writing a formal essay, using "ber-" is better.
"berada" is more formal.
in addition I believe that ber- is used to transform an noun into a verb, like with usia for example: Usia saya dua puluh tahun. - - > Saya berusia dua puluh tahun.
I think you're right. "Jalan" is 'walk.NOUN'. Putting "ber-" in front of "jalan" makes it a verb, but I don't think this works with all nouns.
Because this is the ber section thats why you have to practice using berada even if ada is acceptable
Hrsnya "they are over there" klo they are there tu lbh ke mereka ada..duolingo,please fix this
When do i use Berada and Ada ??