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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Conversation about Daily Activities in Indonesian

KOSAKATA - VOCABULARY

Senang - Like/ enjoy
Suka - like
Menyenangkan - It's fun
Lakukan - do
Bekerja - work
Akhir pekan - weekends
Santai - Relax
Sering - often
Biasanya - usually
Kadang-kadang - sometimes
Olah raga - sports
Lari pagi - jogging
Bermain - play
Seminggu sekali - once a week
Bagaimana dengan - How about
Saya - I
Kamu / Anda - You
di malam hari - at night
Pacarku - my girl/boyfriend
Atau - or
Dirumah - at home
Ke pantai - to the beach
Tentu - sure
Klub malam - night club
di - at/in/ on

PERCAKAPAN - CONVERSATION ABOUT DAILY ACTIVITIES IN INDONESIAN LANGUAGE



A: Kamu senang bekerja di Jakarta, Kentaro?
B: Ya, menyenangkan.
A: Apa yang biasanya kamu lakukan dimalam hari?
B: Saya sering bekerja sampai larut tapi kadang-kadang saya juga pergi ke klab malam
A: Bagaimana dengan akhir pekan?
B: Saya biasanya santai dirumah atau pergi kepantai bersama pacarku 
A: Kamu berolah raga?
B: Tentu. Saya suka lari pagi dan saya bermain tenis seminggu sekali

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Daily activities in Indonesian language
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Parts of a house in Indonesian language
Direction in Indonesian
Vocabulary 2
Vocabulary 1

Friday, September 27, 2013

Daily Activities in Indonesian Language

Aktivitas Sehari-hari  - Daily Activities



Setiap pagi saya bangun jam 5 lalu mandi selama 15 menit. Setelah itu saya sarapan pagi. Biasanya Saya makan nasi goreng buatan istri saya. Rasanya enak sekali. Saya berangkat ke kantor jam 7 pagi. Butuh waktu 30 menit dari rumah ke kantor dan saya tiba di kantor sekitar jam 8.30. Saya istirahat pada jam 12 siang dan  saya sering makan siang bersama rekan kantor di restoran atau kantin dekat kantor saya. Saya pulang kerja jam 5 dan butuh satu jam untuk sampai kerumah karena biasanya macet dijalan. Sampai rumah sekitar jam 6. Saya suka olah raga terutama tenis dan di akhir pekan saya selalu bermain tenis dengan teman-teman dari kantor selama 2 jam. 

Translation:
Every morning I wake up at 5 then I take a shower for 15 minutes. After that I have breakfast. I usually have fried rice made by my wife. It tastes really good. I go to the office at 7 am. It takes 30 minutes from my house to the office and I arrive at 8.30. I take a break at 12 and I often have lunch with my colleagues at a restaurant or canteen near my office. I go home from work at 5 and It takes an hour to my house because it is usually crowded on the way home. Arrive home around 6. I love sports especially tennis and at weekends I always play tennis with my friends from the office for 2 hours.

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Days and Months in Indonesian
Weather in Indonesian language
Parts of a house in Indonesian language
Direction in Indonesian
Vocabulary 2
Vocabulary 1

Friday, September 20, 2013

WEATHER IN INDONESIAN LANGUAGE

CUACA - WEATHER



KOSAKATA - VOCABULARY

Cerah             - Bright / Sunny
Panas             - Hot / Heat
Hujan             - Rainy / Raining /Rain
Mendung / berawan - Cloudy
Banjir            - Flood
Dingin            - Cold

Contoh - Example:

Hari ini cuaca panas sekali yah. Today the weather is very hot isn't it.

Bagaimana cuaca di Jakarta hari ini?  How's the weather in Jakarta today

Mendung, sepertinya mau hujan. It's cloudy. It looks like it's going to rain

Hujannya deras sekali. The rain is very hard.

Banjir dimana-mana. Flood is everywhere

Saya suka panasnya Jakarta. I like the heat of Jakarta.







Thursday, September 19, 2013

PARTS OF A HOUSE IN INDONESIAN LANGUAGE


BAGIAN RUMAH PARTS OF A HOUSE













Ruang makan  Dining room
Kamar Tidur    Bedroom
Kamar mandi  Bathroom
Ruang tamu     Living room
Dapur                 Kitchen






Wednesday, September 18, 2013

DIRECTION IN INDONESIAN

Arah - Direction



Kiri                                - Left
Ke kiri                             - To the left
Belok kiri                          - Turn left
Disebelah kiri                      - On the left
Ambil kiri                          - Take a left
Ambil belokkan kedua sebelah kiri   - Take the second turning on the left

Kanan                               - Right
Ke kanan                            - To the right
Belok kanan                         - Turn right
Disebelah kanan                     - On the right
Ambil kanan                         - Take a right
Ambil belokkan kedua sebelah kanan  - Take the second turning on the right

Lurus                               - Straight
Terus saja                          - Go straight on
Berhenti                            - Stop
Pinggir                             - Pull over

Tanya Arah - Asking for Direction

Permisi, dimana kantor pos terdekat? - Excuse me, Where's the nearest post office?

Numpang tanya, Kalau mau ke kantor pos terdekat lewat mana? - Can I ask, which way is the nearest post office?

Maaf mau tanya, kalau mau ke kantor pos terdekat lewat mana yah? - Excuse me, If I want to go to the nearest post office could you tell me which way it is?

Maaf, Tahu jalan menuju kantor pos terdekat dari sini? - Excuse me, Do you know where the nearest post office is from here?


BERLATIH - PRACTICE

Now Change the words "Kantor Pos" with the following words:

Terminal Bis - Bus terminal
Statiun kereta api - Railway station
Bandara - Airport
Kantor Polisi - Police station
Kantor Imigrasi - Immigration Office


Tuesday, September 17, 2013

VOCABULARY 2


KOSAKATA 2 - VOCABULARY 2
Dengarkan pengucapan kosakata dibawah ini dengan mendengarkan audio cd lalu latihlah
Listen the pronunciation of the following vocabulary by listening from the audio cd then practice

Pelukis                                     Painter
Pulpen                                      Ballpoint / pen
Dasi                                         Neck Tie
Staff pemasaran                        Marketing Staff
Guru bahasa Indonesia              Indonesian language teacher
Mahasiswa                                College / university student

LATIHAN B– PRACTICE B
Jawablah  pertanyaan berikut  ini dengan menggunakan kata didalam kurung
Answer the following questions by using the words in the brackets

Contoh – Example
A: Siapa dia? (pelukis)
B: Dia pelukis

1. Apa itu? (pulpen)
    _________________________________________
2. Ini apa? (dasi)
    _________________________________________
3. Siapa dia? (guru bahasa Indonesia)
    _________________________________________
4. Siapa mereka? (staff pemasaran)
    _________________________________________
5. Mereka siapa? (mahasiswa)
    _________________________________________

Monday, September 16, 2013

VOCABULARY 1



KOSAKATA 1 - VOCABULARY 1
 
Rumah                House                          Buku      Book
Penyanyi            Singer                            Tas        Bag
Kaos                  T-shirt                           Pensil   Pencil
Celana pendek  Shorts                             Chair    Kursi
Kaos kaki          Socks                             Desk     Meja
Supir                Driver                             Glass     Gelas
Jam dinding     Clock                               Guru      Teacher

LATIHAN  – PRACTICE
Jawab pertanyan berikut ini dengan melihat gambar disebelah kanan
 Answer the following questions by using the looking at the pictures on the right




1. A: Apa itu?

   B: Itu________________.       
  









                                          
                                      2. A: Apa ini?                                                             
    B: Ini ________________.                                     





                                   3. A: Itu apa?
  
 B: Itu______________.  







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