no, us both mean "kita berdua" or both of use
"kita kedua" means we are in the second place
Can this also mean "us both" ?
Not sure what you mean by "us both".
Like this ?
Kita berdua = We are with the two us = We are together.
Kita berdua masuk toko itu =
We enter that shop together.
Both of us enter that shop.
ke- is often used as a prefix to relate the base word with 'to'; whereas ber- indicates a joining ... e.g. berpakai = to wear.
i think the correct one is "me-makai" not "berpakai"
The "ke-" here join with number says the position eg. "ke-lima" means "the 5th", "ke-tujuh puluh" means "the 70th"
Yes, you're right.
pakai ==> memakai
pakaian ==> berpakaian
(clothes) => (to wear the clothes)
Can it mean "we are the second"? I assume yes, so I'm reporting, but if not, please let me know