i think i have write about it.. you can understand it if u more read Indonesian article. . here i'll give the example: melakukan.. : do something mengatakan: say something mengambilkan: take menyucikan: to wash menggerakkan: make something move memberikan: give something to someone kata kerja + kan usually mean order in indonesian lakukan!: do! katakan!: say! ambilkan!: take! cucikan!: wash gerakkan!: make it move! berikan!: give it! me+kata kerja have same meaning like me+kata kerja +kan it's like verb in the sentence... memakan: eat membeli: buy mengambil: take mencari: look for memakai: wore
@ALEHator there's difference in use.. saya mengambil buku.: i take a book. like a news saya mengambilkan buku untuk kamu.: i take the book for you.. because saya mengambilkan buku is heard weird for us.. do u get it?
@ALEHator it would better if u can speak Indonesian but if u not.. u can learn english first then Indonesian.. because english is still internasional language so that u can learn with us Indonesian people more easily
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