Why is it "Gaun 'Tersebut' merah"
Not "Gaun 'itu' merah"
I guess they wanted to specify that "dress" was singular
What is tersebut and when do you use it?
Tersebut means "the/that", specifically singular only
Why not "ITU gaun merah?
I dont understand
Gwv44: the way I underatand, 'itu/ini' are always put after the object these refer to. Haven't seen any exceptions to this rule yet.
Can you not say gaun merah itu?
Of course you can!
Although for the meaning it would be more like 'that red dress' instead of 'that dress is red'
Gaun tu merah jg!?!?!?!?
would Merah gaun itu be wrong?
Well the sentence structure is off, I can't say for sure if it's completely wrong though, I'm not native Indonesian
Wouldn't the adjective be put after the noun? (im not a speaker)
Gaun itu berwarna merah
I understand it as that dress (gaun itu) is red (merah).
Gaun itu merah.
why is gaun ini merah marked incorrect
Saya Indonesia, dan saya belajar untuk bisa bahasa Indonesia karena saya cinta negara saya (｡・//ε//・｡)