and lewat. Now we will discuss yet another word to help you to improve your skills and knowledge in Bahasa Indonesia vocabulary.
The word for today’s episode is . . . “Orang Tua.”
For a better understanding of how to use this word, take a look at the following examples:
“Orang tua lebih cepat merasa lelah daripada anak muda.”
“Old people feel tired more quickly than young kids.”
“Aku tinggal bersama dengan orang tuaku di Bandung.”
“I live together with my parents in Bandung.”
Just like the examples above showed, the word orang tua can mean both the English word “old people” like the elderly or it can mean “parents”.
These words have the exact same spelling and pronunciation, so it is very important that you know the context where it is used to be able to tell the words apart.
For examples of the context where these words can be used, watch the video below!
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