"Saya berhasil."

Translation:I succeed.

January 26, 2019



Is it correct to say: "saya hasil"?

January 26, 2019

  • The word hasil is actually a noun, meaning result or outcome.
  • The prefix ber- is used to form verbs or adjectives from nouns or other base verbs. When combined with a noun, the prefix ber- converts the noun to a verb, meaning to have or perform the ability or property of that noun.
  • Ber- + hasil (noun) = berhasil (verb). The literal meaning meaning is 'to get/achieve the desired aim or result' or 'to succeed.'
January 27, 2019

[deactivated user]

    That pronounciation of ber is so quick. First time ive heard it that quick, but I do know they roll their R's.

    February 3, 2019


    Can we use "I have accomplished" ? It has the same meaning as succeed. Please advise.

    March 15, 2019


    For those who are curious about this sentence, "berhasil" literally means "have result". So "saya berhasil" means "I have result" therefore "I succeded/I did it".

    April 19, 2019
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