"Kalau kamu siap, saya siap."

Translation:If you are ready, I am ready.

October 19, 2018



What is the difference between Jika and Kalau? According to this unit, they both mean "if"...

December 21, 2018


Apparently they mean the same thing, but 'kalau' is less formal.

February 20, 2019


Does this mean: "when you're ready, I'm ready"? as in "we can go whenever you're ready". Sorry, not a native English speaker.

October 19, 2018


Yes. I am a native English speaker, and I think the most commonly heard equivalent would be "I'm ready when you are", or "I'm ready if you are". Basiclly it's just a way of saying that whenever you are ready, we can go.

October 28, 2018
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