"Tulis" is the base/root verb. It's imperative.
Please write! = Tolong tulis!
"Tulis" becomes "Menulis" when attached to a subject.
I write = Saya menulis
You write = Anda menulis
I hope this helps!
Can i use "i wrote that letter"? I guess "wrote" is for a simple past tense. Am I right?
Yes, you are right. "Wrote" is for past tense. In the basic lesson, we (always) use present tense.
he or she Dia
This keeps coming up for me. Why is "Kalian menulis menu" have "You write the menu" as an accepted answer but here "He writes the letter" not accepted.
Why can it not be, "He writes the letter"? Is there a difference between the definite and indefinite article in the Indonesian translation in the way of saying things?
"The" is specific. But, "a" is general. If we use "the", we are know what the book which we mean.