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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Learning Sundanese for Beginners: a Local Language in Indonesia

Hello Katabah!
Remember….! Sundanese and Sudanese are different. Sundanese is a local language (vernacular) in Indonesia, while Sudanese is a language of Sudan (a country of Middle East).

To start our lesson, let’s know personal pronoun of Sundanese language!

They: aranjeunna (polite), maranehna (usual/middle)
We: urang
I: abdi (polite), kuring (usual)
You: anjeun (polite), maneh (usual)

She: anjeunna (polite), manehna (usual)
He: anjeunna (polite), manehna (usual)

In fact, there are some words related personal pronoun in Sundanese, especially wild personal pronouns, for example:
1. “Aing” for subject “I”
2. “Silaing” or “sia” for subject “you”

We will understand the words above more easily by making some sentences.

So, learning personal pronoun is enough challenging, moreover when we learn Sundanese verbs, it is more challenging too. Let’s see this verbal sentence:

Abdi neda (polite)
Abdi dahar (middle)
Abdi daang (wild)
* neda, dahar and daang mean “eat”.

Bapak tuang
(Father eats)

Anjing nyatu.
(A dog eats)

Abdi emam.
(I eat)

* tuang, nyatu and emam mean “eat”
* “tuang” is a polite verb for human
* “nyatu” is a wild verb. It’s usually used for animal.
* “emam” is a polite verb special for kids.

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