In the blog series of Speak Indonesian Like a Sundanese, we have discussed about words which are often used by Sundanese people when speaking Indonesian. […]Continue reading »
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The word geura is often heard in conversations of people in West Java region. This word gives an intention to ask the person the sentence […]Continue reading »
There is an Indonesian term sok which means berlagak (show off, boast). But don’t confuse that sok with sok we are going to discuss now. […]Continue reading »
A word that is often heard in many conversations: atuh. Though this is also commonly used in other dialects, the word has a few meanings […]Continue reading »
Continuing the series, we have previously discussed a commonly used particle téh. Now I will add another similar particle which is also commonly used in […]Continue reading »
If you ever learn bahasa (Indonesian) you might have noticed that colloquial Indonesian is very diverse, influenced by local dialects. As a person who was […]Continue reading »