Year 7 Indonesian Vocab Sheet 2

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Year 7 Indonesian Vocab Sheet 2 - Quiz


Week 2- Term 1
Year 7 Indonesian


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How do you say "How are you?" in Indoensian?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Apa Kabar" because it is the common way to ask someone how they are doing in Indonesian. "Apa" means "what" and "kabar" means "news" or "condition". Therefore, when combined, "Apa Kabar" translates to "What's the news/condition?" and is used as a greeting to inquire about someone's well-being.

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  • 2. 

    How do you say "Good afternoon (Late)" in Indoensian?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Selamat Sore" because in Indonesian, "Selamat Sore" is the appropriate greeting to use in the late afternoon. It is a polite way to greet someone during this time of the day.

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  • 3. 

    How do you say "I'm really good" in Indoensian?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Baik Sekali" because in Indonesian, "Baik" means "good" and "Sekali" means "very" or "extremely". Therefore, when combined, "Baik Sekali" translates to "I'm really good" in English.

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  • 4. 

    How do you say "Goodnight (Sleep)?" in Indoensian?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Selamat Tidur." In Indonesian, "Selamat Tidur" is the commonly used phrase to say "Goodnight (Sleep)." The word "Selamat" means "good" or "safe," and "Tidur" means "sleep." This phrase is used to wish someone a good and peaceful sleep.

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  • 5. 

    How do you say "I'm not too good" in Indoensian?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Kurang Baik". In Indonesian, "Kurang Baik" translates to "not too good". This phrase can be used to express that someone is not feeling well or is not in the best condition.

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  • 6. 

    How do you say "I'm Ok" in Indoensian?

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Biasa Saja, Kabar Baik." In Indonesian, "Biasa Saja" means "I'm okay" or "I'm fine," while "Kabar Baik" translates to "good news." Both phrases can be used to express that one is feeling well or doing fine.

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  • 7. 

    What does "Baik-baik saja" mean?

    Explanation
    "Baik-baik saja" is an Indonesian phrase that translates to "I'm good" in English. It is a common response used to indicate that one is fine or doing well.

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  • 8. 

    What does "Selamat Pagi" mean?

    Explanation
    "Selamat Pagi" is a common greeting in the Malay language, specifically used to greet someone in the morning. It directly translates to "Good Morning" in English. This phrase is typically used to wish someone a pleasant morning and is a polite way to start the day.

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  • 9. 

    What does "Selamat Malam" mean?

    Explanation
    "Selamat Malam" is an Indonesian phrase that translates to "Goodnight" in English. It is a polite way to bid someone farewell or to wish them a restful sleep. The additional options "Goodnight dark" and "Goodnight (Dark)" are incorrect as they do not accurately convey the meaning of the phrase.

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  • 10. 

    IWhat does "Selamat Siang" mean?

    Explanation
    "Selamat Siang" is an Indonesian phrase that translates to "Good Afternoon" in English. The word "Selamat" means "good" or "well" and "Siang" refers to the afternoon period of the day. Therefore, the correct answer is "Good Afternoon" as it accurately represents the meaning of the phrase. The options "Good Afternoon early" and "Good Afternoon (Early)" are incorrect as they add unnecessary information that is not part of the original phrase.

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