This cake should be removed by the health department as it is dangerous
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Warning to all: Do NOT buy cakes in Jakarta unless you want to feel a moving sensation in the gut.
Does this mean that the cake is not moving off the shelves of the bakery, i.e. NOT SELLING? Otherwise it is a very scary kind of cake.
Kue ini berbahaya
bunuh dengan api
Kill it with fire
Couldn't you choose another word for 'cake'? Something that would make sense to move.
They do sentences like these to keep you interested/amused and maybe make sure you remember what you learned.
I for one greatly appreciate this amidst the sea of berberberbers. I've never had this much trouble on a skill before, and this sentence made me instantly get the word.
I will forever remember the phrase "That banana sleeps" for this same reason. My kids think it's hilarious.
I'm glad I'm not the only one!! Really struggling on this one
I chose "cookie" instead of "cake."
"Kue" is used to discribe any kind of sweet bread.
Look at the cookie roll! :-)
does it have weevils?
The note said if the first syllable is -er then ber- will be be-.
So why it is not begerak?
I guess the first syllable of "gerak" is "ge", and the next one is "rak".
There are NOTES?? Could you please tell me where to find these? I'm using desktop because I cannot seem to get Indo beta on my DL Android app
On desktop click the circle with the two parallel diagonal lines to get to a unit's grammar notes. They are quite helpful.
Does this work on Android?
Unfortunately not. You need to fire up your PC to get them.
If you don't see the notes, then you're not allowed to because of Duo's A/B testing. Just find Indonesian notes on the Duome website instead.
I think word 'kerja' - ker + ja. Then be- is use. 'Bekerja' not 'Berkerja' because of double r.
gerak =motion action
ber-gerak = to move
ber-gerak = to move
is there another earthquake or are there maggots?
Ada yang coba mencomot kue itu dengan tali sehingga kue itu tampak bergerak sendiri.
"Someone is pulling the cake with a string so that it appears to be moving on its own."
A seafood cake. Not cooked. Or hardly cooked.
Takes me back to Super Mario RPG.
First "I ate a hat." then this
Maybe their cookies move as well.
Must be cockroaches in there
Can this also mean that the cake is evocative, i.e. touching?
That sounds like a health and safety issue
Really? The cake is moving? Please, Duolingo, enough of the silly nonsense - keep it real.
I agree, too many of the exercises do not make common sense, things moving in the soup, cats that don't like red dresses, cakes are moving. Who on earth will ever use a sentence like this ? Keep it real.
Cakes don't move
Hence the exclamation point