I wrote "Do you want rice and chicken" instinctively as that is how I would say it in English but of course it was marked incorrectly. Just wondering, in Indonesian, would you say "rice and chicken" or do you usually say "with" instead of "and"...in English, when it comes to food pairings I think we tend to favour "and" ...maybe I think about food too much
Is slapping a question mark at the end the only way to form a question in Indonesian?
You can also slap "apa" or "apakah" at the beginning of the sentence, and then slap a question mark at the end.
This "Tips & Notes" might help :