Sounds like Andi might ill afford to go to the bookstore without pants!
"Tono is thinner than Andi, Andi is fatter than Tono." That's not correct punctuation in English. It should be a semicolon; it shouldn't be a comma.
Also "slimmer" should be acceptable for lebih kurus.
Ummm "Tono is more thin than andi, andi is more fat than tono" should be accepted because its the equivalent statement and because it's the literal translation.
These are separate sentences which must be separated with a semicolon or period.
I got marked wrong for using 'Andy' instead of 'Andi'
Isn't this an exercise in superlatives? "Thinner than..." is not superlative. The superlative of "thin" is "thinnest".
Also, "lebih ... daripada ..." isn't a superlative in bahasa. Or am i wrong here?
Instead of "fatter" perhaps "heavier" is a more polite way to say :-)
I agree. In Indonesia gemuk isn't usually pejorative, right?
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