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  5. "Saya sedih."

"Saya sedih."

Translation:I am sad.

August 25, 2018



Is it just me or does the computer voice seem to say "serdih"?


It sounds to me like that, too.


Sounds okay to me. Don’t put the d with the first syllable only with the second. In other words, the first syllable is NOT pronounced like the English “said”. Think of it as “se” + “dih” and make sure to use an unstressed neutral vowel in “se”. In English it’s like the difference between the soft e in “taken” and the stronger e in “Ken”. Hope that makes sense...

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