"He drinks coffee."
Translation:Dia minum kopi.
September 14, 2018
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The closest radio button choice is "ia minum kopi' with dia nowhere in sight. Confusing. Report choices do no allow free form content so don't see how I can report this bit of confusion.
Please have a look here ("ia" & "dia") :
Nope. There are no tenses in Indonesian like in English. It's still correct, but it's better to stick with present tense when the time isn't mentioned.