"Tidak" here is pronounced with a glottal stop. But I have heard it also with the K pronounced as K and also with the K elided altogether. Are these dialectal differences? Or do these happen in specific contexts?
Finally, a sentence I can relate to!
could "I didn't put on shoes" work too?
Me wrong when using a because i think "a shoes" is true too like "shoes". Please correct me.
Shoes is plural. You can't say "a shoes" because "a" refers to a single shoe here.
Any difference between memakai and pake?