Translation:I like apples but she likes oranges.
I like an apple but she likes an orange......what is wrong with this sentence?
Hai teman! Your sentence is valid. When you see the Indonesian sentence without time markers (sedang, sudah, telah, akan), time words or phrases (hari ini, kemarin, besok), counters (sebuah), or numbers (satu, dua), then the English translation could have different tenses, and singular or plural nouns. Please try adding your sentence using the reporting tool.
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