Bahasa Indonesia in Context - On the MRT (Eps 10)
Welcome to the tenth episode of our 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 in mind, each video in our series demonstrates how INDONESIAN PHRASES are used in one particular setting and provides definitions of those phrases when used in that specific setting.
IN THIS VIDEO, WE LOOK AT LANGUAGE ASSOCIATED WITH
TRAVELLING ON THE MRT OR ANOTHER COMMUTER TRAIN.
To describe a typical daily commute, we need to use many of our most common verbs -
sitting, standing, leaning, waiting, queuing, etc. This video covers a few of these verbs
as well as some important phrases you'll find useful in your commute to and from work by taking MRT or another commuter train.
This short video will introduce you to the following Indonesian phrases
to make your daily commute a bit easier:
ENJOY THE VIDEO!