The multiple choice shows "Ia mau nasi dengan ayam goreng" as the correct answer. Is this a programming error? Or is "Ia" an actual alternative form for "Dia"?
"ia" and "dia" are the same
Is it a case of formality?
I believe it is a case of how much stress is put on the pronoun.
If anyone knows otherwise, please let me know.
Just stick with "Dia" for "he/she". I never use "Ia" and never heard anyone use the word.
So I was taught (and have often heard) "pakai" is used for talking about the protein that goes with rice.
Like: Dia mau nasi pakai ayam goreng.
"pakai" = to use/wear, usually used before tools or clothes. But in this one, it means the main dish (rice) served with additional dish (fried chicken)
or "Dia hendak..