What's the difference between the preposition "ke" and "di"?
"Ke" indicates motion/movement while "Di" indicates the place where the object is.
• Kucing melompat ke atas meja = The cat jumps onto the table.
• Kucing melompat di atas meja = The cat jumps on the table.
Funny enough, in my country Serbia we have word 'pazar' which is loaned from Turkey, and means specificaly shoping at market : 'Idem u pazar'='I go shopping at market'
Why is "bazaar" not accepted here? It was accepted in the "market, hotel, building" exercise.