The greatest ultimatum ever given
“If you eat that bread, I will go.”
I agree. Or "I'm going to leave".
mad about bread
what's the difference between Kalau and Jika?
The whole formal word is Jikalau, jika and kalau are the more common used abbreviations of that word.
As far as I understand it, kalau is more commonly and informally used while jika is more formal and poetic.
Perhaps I am angry because you eat my bread.
It could be really moldy bread and the person has to leave or they'll vomit if they see someone eat it.
Can anyone advise if jika and kalau are fully interchangeable, please.
Saya pergi = I go, saya mau pergi = I will go
mau means "want", right? Or it have several meanings?
How's that for a tantrum?