"Apakah sekarang musim semi?"
Translation:Is it spring now?
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This confirms my suspicion that the authors of these lessons are taking English expressions (and American English) and converting them into expressions that do not exist in normal Indonesian. What Indonesian would have occassion to ask about a season that doesn't exist where they live? There are only two seasons in Indonesia: the wet season and the dry season.