Indonesian ball :)
I thought ‘ini’ meant it was ‘these balls’ not ‘the balls’ (which I thought was ‘itu’) can someone explain?
there is no direct translation for article (a, an, the) in Indonesian, so usually we just use "ini / itu / nya" to translate the article depending on the context.
But for this question, i think "these balls" should be the correct one
"These balls are red and white." = also accepted as a correct answer.
Does the Indonesian sentence mean that some of these balls are red and some white or does it mean each of them is both red and white? Or can it mean both depending on the context?