In this context, "begitu" means "like that" so "tidak begitu" means "not like that"
Should be seperti itu
Why not "like this"?
I'm not sure if 'tidak' here is negating the adverb 'begitu' (tidak begitu = unlike that) or the implicit copulative (tidak = are not).
Can you say "begini"?
Also, how do I say "Can you say ...?" in Indonesian? What is the most natural way to say it? I need some basic classroom language. Thanks!
Can I say "begini"? - Bisakah saya bilang "begini"
Can I also say "begini" - Bisakah saya juga memakai "begini"?
Can I use "begini" - Bisakah saya memakai "begini"?
What does it mean "begini" - Apa artinya "begini"?
What would be the Indonesian for: I hope you don't like that?
i'm no expert, but
"saya berharap kamu tidak suka itu"
Saya berharap kamu tidak menjadi begitu.
that means "I hope you dont become like that"
I guess ahbinaz was right
The word "that" is not on display. The last remaining word is "cold".