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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Present Tense Nominal Sentence in Indonesian Language

Hello Katabah!
In English, we can make a nominal sentence for Present Tense by using “to be”. But Indonesian language doesn’t need it (to be). Indonesian grammar allows a sentence consisting of subject + non-verb (subject + adjective, subject + adverb, or subject + noun).

Examples:
1. Saya murid.
(I am a student)
Saya: I
Murid: student


2. Dia sopir.
(He is a driver)
Dia: he
Sopir: driver

3. Dia cantik.
(She is beautiful)
Dia: she
Cantik: beautiful

4. Gunung itu besar.
(The mountain is big)
Gunung: mountain
Itu: the
Besar: big

5. Itu seekor kuda.
(It’s a horse)
Itu: it or that
Seekor: a
Kuda: horse

Therefore, we can make nominal sentences in Indonesian language in simple ways, alright?



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