- 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
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