‘Don’t!’ is what you would say when you try to stop someone from doing something. As for Indonesian language, we say ‘Jangan!’. Now, what if we repeat the word to ‘jangan-jangan’, will it still have the same meaning? Last week we covered one repeated word in Indonesian language. Pro tip, all of Indonesian repeated words have different meanings than its single word. In addition, we will also introduce you to one new word ‘jangankan’ which might sound similar to ‘tangan’. Check out these examples to see the difference and learn how to use them!
A: “Ya, sekian untuk rapat hari ini. Apakah