What is the role of 'yang' in this sentence? It seems like it would be fine without it
I have the same question. Why is /yang/ required, and how does the sentence change without it? Menjadi kurang baku?
My answer was accepted without yang
why exactly is "hanya kamu ada di pikiran saya" wrong? :)
Must I really that the ada here? Is "Hanya kamu yang di pikiranku" not correct?
"Hanya kau ... is only you"
Is kau still a word?
This is flattering, assuming that I'm not naked in your imagination. -_-
why not "kamu saja"?