Could one say "Kapan dia makan sarapan?"
Yes, but makan can be omitted in this case and it doesn't change its meaning
Surely they forgot to use makan in this sentence
To "breakfast" is the action
You only eat breakfast
Apart from food poisoning where you might bring it back up ( one would hurl breakfast ) stand back
Can use Bila?
Is "Sarapan" a verb?
My understanding is sarapan is a noun. It means breakfast.
Would "ber–sarapan" work here?
- "Kapan dia bersarapan?"
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No, ber-sarapan or bersarapan isn't a real word, both formally and informally, it has never been used.
If "kapan dia sarapan" is "when does he eat breakfast" how would you say "when is he breakfast" or is it just context because no one would ask thay question?
Use kapan to ask when.
Ketika is not used to ask questions, it's like "while".
Yes, sort of a cross between 'while' and 'if' but not for questions.
I thought sarapan and makan pagi were one and the same?.
Roughly the same, though it would be better for you to use "sarapan".
When is he going to eat breakfast
Is "bila" used in Indonesia or only in Malaysia?