Yes, as in the previous lesson, I come out/I came out. Since Indonesian doesn't have tenses, both could be correct? Sorry I forgot definitely is better English :P
Is there meant to be a glottal stop in Maaf or is it more pronounced as a long 'a' sound
Hai teman! I think it is pronounced without a glottal stop, not necessarily. This sound is showing two syllables, ma-af.
Selamat belajar! :)
I think it does have a glottal stop. That's what you call the pause between the a's that you indicate with a hyphen.