What is the difference between Jika and Kalau? According to this unit, they both mean "if"...
Apparently they mean the same thing, but 'kalau' is less formal.
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.
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.