"I am here."
Translation:Saya ada di sini.
"Di" indicates that you are at a location. It doesn't work the way it does in English with "to be"+at. Without di it's incomplete
Duolingo accepts both "Saya di sini" and "saya asa di sini". I just had thia question twice in a row.
does "di" have a translation in English? Or does it imply a reference to a location?