are there speaking exercises in Indonesian?
So far I haven't come across any. I have them turned on and frequently get them for Spanish but have never had one for Indonesian. Does anyone know? Thanks
@Anna863490 ...you can find me on fb messenger as 'kopee lampoong' if you want to have more chatting opportunities @kohoutseks ...'tak' itu tidak digunakan di awal kalimat, biasanya harus 'tidak' similar to how the word 'although' is typically used at the beginning of sentences but 'though' is allowed elsewhere ...also 'tak' is not used by itself so you can say 'tak ada' if you mean 'there's none (available)' ...cheers to both of you! ...i'm also learning by the way
Hi 863490, I wondered about those too because I get the speaking exercises in Portuguese. Am focusing mostly on Indonesian. There are some real tongue twister sentences there. Looks like your primary is Spanish. Not sure why you followed me, but thanks. I see you are working at a pretty good pace this week. I started Duo about 3 weeks ago, although I joined years ago just for Portuguese review. Doing that again due to upcoming trip. Sorry for the purely social post!
Bali is very popular of course. To add to your dream, please check out Lake Toba and Samosir island. Popular among locals but not as much to "bules" (foreigners). I went in the off season (May); it was nearly deserted and wonderful. Off because it was Ramadan and too "cold" with temps in the low 20s C. Ha ha. Of course, I prefer waterfalls, mountains, and the small private farms to the temples you get in Bali. Admittedly my observations are based on limited experience. I suspect some push back from others with more knowledge. Lake Toba is my new "favorite foreign place". But then, I have never been to NZ!
NZ is lovely I have heard. My dad has been there for a couple days once and told me about it. Now I want to go there, I also want to go to Bali and Jakarta lmao. Japan too. My ma lived in Japan for 4 years and I ask her about it a lot. Have wanted to go for over a year now.