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Describing someone’s physical and personal characteristics in Indonesian Posted by on Feb 17, 2018

Let’s learn how to describe and explain about someone’s physical and personal characteristics Describing people  Ciri-ciri fisik/ciri-ciri tubuh Physical characteristics to use in a conversation characteristics characteristics Rambutnya seperti apa? What is the hair like? berambut panjang to have short hair Teman saya berambut panjang. My friend has long hair. berambut pendek to have short…

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A Short Trip in Sidemen Posted by on Feb 13, 2018

A Short Trip in Sidemen

If you get sick of the crowds in places like Seminyak and Ubud, there are plenty of far more peaceful places to visit in Bali. One such place is the village of Sidemen (pronounced see-da-men, not side-men). It’s a beautiful place to kick back and relax for a few days. See some video highlights of…

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Music and Dance in Java Posted by on Feb 8, 2018

Music and Dance in Java

Music and dance are huge parts of Javanese culture. Whether you’re taking in an angklung performance in Bandung, watching traditional dance at the Kraton in Jogja, or seeing the amazing Ramayana ballet at Prambanan, you’re bound to experience a lot of music and dance in Java. See some highlights of music and dance from all…

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Where to Go in Indonesia in 2018 Posted by on Feb 6, 2018

Where to Go in Indonesia in 2018

Composed of over 17,000 islands and stretching out over 1.9 million square kilometers, Indonesia is a tricky place to plan a trip to. The archipelago nation has just about everything you could possibly want in a trip – cities, beaches, nature, temples, mountains – the list goes on and on. We’re here to help you…

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Reflexive “sendiri” Posted by on Jan 31, 2018

The reflexive sendiri “self” occurs with nouns and pronouns to make clear who or what is being referred to: Examples: – Saya berenang sendiri. I swam by myself. – Suami saya berangkat ke Jakarta sendiri. My husband left for Jakarta himself. Sendiri can be used before/after the verb or after the object of the verb.…

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