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An idiomatic use is Ada apa? ). Another use of -nya Apart from the possessive use already noted, this suffix also has a "demonstrative" use, best translated with "the," that is, making a noun definite. : Biasanya usually Sayangnya unfortunately Verbs with berAs well as simple verbs, we will meet some verbs that feature a prefix ber-; examples above are berangkat "to set out", and bertanya "to ask". Verbs of this type are always intransitive. We will have more to say about them in Unit 13.
The wordlists can be used for drills, by covering one column and testing yourself, going both ways. We recommend making ample use of the dictionary to double-check meanings, to see what other meanings or forms a word may have, and in some cases to see where it is derived from. This will help in the process of remembering new words, which is, after all, a large part of the study. The Exercises and drills can be used to reinforce and refresh your memory. Don't forget to consult the boxes. Reviews or tests can be inserted after each seven units if required.
We will meet it again later. Simple verbs In order to create a predicate, we can have a noun (as we saw in Lesson 1), or we could have an adjective (to be mentioned later), or a verb. Verbs come in two categories: simple and derived. Simple verbs have no affixes, that is, elements attached to them, whereas derived verbs are produced by various processes of affixation that we will introduce step by step later. Simple verbs come in two kinds, ones that have no object, and ones that do have an object.