So "Rupanya" can mean "Apparently" and "It turned out"
Is one preferred over the other here, because they do have different shades of meaning in English.
Also, how does Rupanya differ from Ternyata? I know ternyata means "In fact", but is often used for "It turns out"
"Rupanya" is more to "It looks like" ("rupa" => "look" / appereance
"Ternyata" is more to "It turns out"
Thanks that helps a lot. Rupanya, Duo's hover-text for Rupanya= "It turns out" is wrong ;)
Apparently IT is hot today vincent
Apparently is hot today
Why not ?
"looks like it's hot today" is a good alternative which was not accepted