Updated: Aug 12
Welcome to our new video series, ”BAHASA INDONESIA IN CONTEXT.”
Like all languages, Indonesian words and phrases can take on entirely different meanings when used in different situations. With this mind, each episode of our series introduces Indonesian words and phrases in one particular setting and provides definitions of those words and phrases when used in that specific setting.
Over the next several weeks, we will present Indonesian vocabulary commonly found in different situations. In each video, we will demonstrate how INDONESIAN WORDS & PHRASES are used in one particular setting and provide definitions of those phrases when used in that specific setting.
Our goal is to help you develop the ability to use your Bahasa Indonesia in the various different contexts of your daily life.
IN THIS VIDEO, WE LOOK AT LANGUAGE FREQUENTLY ENCOUNTERED IN HOUSE CLEANING.
We follow Ibu Sharine as she goes through her morning house cleaning ritual - washing the dishes; watering the plants; tidying up and wiping down tables; sweeping and mopping the floors; and washing, drying and folding her laundry.
This short video will introduce you to the following Indonesian vocabulary:
We hope these new words and phrases will prove helpful to you as you continue to develop your Bahasa Indonesia communication skills.