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26 Feb 2021

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I have three questions regarding “sembahyang”.
1) Do you use this word for non-Muslim praying too?
2) According to KBBI and other dictionaries, “sembahyang” is registered only as a noun. But I found a sentence using “sembahyang” as a verb. — “Apakah kamu akan sembahyang?”
Is this sentence grammatically correct, and can it be used in a formal situation if I replace “kamu” with “Anda”?
3) If sembahyang can be a verb, what’s the difference between “sembahyang” and “berdoa”?

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I have three questions regarding “sembahyang”.
1) Do you use this word for non-Muslim praying too?
2) According to KBBI and other dictionaries, “sembahyang” is registered only as a noun. But I found a sentence using “sembahyang” as a verb.  — “Apakah kamu akan sembahyang?”
Is this sentence grammatically correct, and can it be used in a formal situation if I replace “kamu” with “Anda”?
3) If sembahyang can be a verb, what’s the difference between “sembahyang” and “berdoa”?
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