"I am arranging bananas and apples in the kitchen."
Translation:Aku menyusun pisang dan apel di dapur.
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As far as I noticed, in Indonesian people don't care that much about plural, you will see them using singular in many cases unless they need to emphasize that we are dealing with several of the things because the context wouldn't make it clear enough. I think both would be correct.
Bananas give off ethylene, which makes other fruit ripen too quickly. That is why bananas should not be kept in the bowl with the apples and oranges.
I thought this must mean, "I put the bananas here and the apples over here," but came here to see if anyone had a better idea.
I do not think it can mean, "I can arrange for you to have bananas and apples."