September 10, 2018

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I like "nggak" should be added as an acceptable answer. I feel like it's very commonly used as an alternative to "tidak."


It's really not a good idea to teach a language with slang. When I learned English, they didn't teach me "gotta" or "wanna", I learn it in other places.

We have to make the difference between normal language, and slang, it's very important to make the difference between the 2 kinds of languages.

They don't accept "nite" or "gonna" here, so they won't accept "nggak", I think it's very logical.


Maybe adding a section on commonly used slang would be a good idea; although, slang can sometimes be regional.


In the notes before each lesson they could include which region the slang comes from


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