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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

Appointment

24 [dua puluh empat]

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Did you miss the bus? Ap---h --m----tin---lan-b--? A_____ k___ k__________ b___ A-a-a- k-m- k-t-n-g-l-n b-s- ---------------------------- Apakah kamu ketinggalan bus? 0
I waited for you for half an hour. Say--suda--se-eng-h --- ---u--gu -a-u. S___ s____ s_______ j__ m_______ k____ S-y- s-d-h s-t-n-a- j-m m-n-n-g- k-m-. -------------------------------------- Saya sudah setengah jam menunggu kamu. 0
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? Apa--h --m--t-dak m-m--wa po--e-? A_____ k___ t____ m______ p______ A-a-a- k-m- t-d-k m-m-a-a p-n-e-? --------------------------------- Apakah kamu tidak membawa ponsel? 0
Be punctual next time! L-in-k-l--h---s te--t wakt-! L___ k___ h____ t____ w_____ L-i- k-l- h-r-s t-p-t w-k-u- ---------------------------- Lain kali harus tepat waktu! 0
Take a taxi next time! Lai- kali-n-------t--s-! L___ k___ n______ t_____ L-i- k-l- n-i-l-h t-k-i- ------------------------ Lain kali naiklah taksi! 0
Take an umbrella with you next time! La-----l- -awal-h-pa--ng! L___ k___ b______ p______ L-i- k-l- b-w-l-h p-y-n-! ------------------------- Lain kali bawalah payung! 0
I have the day off tomorrow. Sa-- t-d-- a-- -c--a b-so-. S___ t____ a__ a____ b_____ S-y- t-d-k a-a a-a-a b-s-k- --------------------------- Saya tidak ada acara besok. 0
Shall we meet tomorrow? Apak--------ma--b-rt--u---s-k? A_____ k___ m__ b______ b_____ A-a-a- k-m- m-u b-r-e-u b-s-k- ------------------------------ Apakah kamu mau bertemu besok? 0
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. M--f, -e-ok--ay- -i----b--a. M____ b____ s___ t____ b____ M-a-, b-s-k s-y- t-d-k b-s-. ---------------------------- Maaf, besok saya tidak bisa. 0
Do you already have plans for this weekend? A-aka---kh-----ka- -ni-k--- -da r-nca-a? A_____ a____ p____ i__ k___ a__ r_______ A-a-a- a-h-r p-k-n i-i k-m- a-a r-n-a-a- ---------------------------------------- Apakah akhir pekan ini kamu ada rencana? 0
Or do you already have an appointment? Ap--a- -a-- s--ah ad--r-n-ana? A_____ k___ s____ a__ r_______ A-a-a- k-m- s-d-h a-a r-n-a-a- ------------------------------ Apakah kamu sudah ada rencana? 0
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. Sa-- --ulka---kita--e----u---a- --hi- p--an. S___ u_______ k___ b______ s___ a____ p_____ S-y- u-u-k-n- k-t- b-r-e-u s-a- a-h-r p-k-n- -------------------------------------------- Saya usulkan, kita bertemu saat akhir pekan. 0
Shall we have a picnic? Ap-k-- k------an-p--g- p-k--k? A_____ k___ a___ p____ p______ A-a-a- k-t- a-a- p-r-i p-k-i-? ------------------------------ Apakah kita akan pergi piknik? 0
Shall we go to the beach? A--k----it- a-a--p-rg- -e pa---i? A_____ k___ a___ p____ k_ p______ A-a-a- k-t- a-a- p-r-i k- p-n-a-? --------------------------------- Apakah kita akan pergi ke pantai? 0
Shall we go to the mountains? Apak-h -ita---an pe-g- k- gu-u--? A_____ k___ a___ p____ k_ g______ A-a-a- k-t- a-a- p-r-i k- g-n-n-? --------------------------------- Apakah kita akan pergi ke gunung? 0
I will pick you up at the office. S--a-----ut----u di k-n-o-. S___ j_____ k___ d_ k______ S-y- j-m-u- k-m- d- k-n-o-. --------------------------- Saya jemput kamu di kantor. 0
I will pick you up at home. S-ya -em--- kamu-di---m-h. S___ j_____ k___ d_ r_____ S-y- j-m-u- k-m- d- r-m-h- -------------------------- Saya jemput kamu di rumah. 0
I will pick you up at the bus stop. S-y- j-m--t---m--di--al-e--us. S___ j_____ k___ d_ h____ b___ S-y- j-m-u- k-m- d- h-l-e b-s- ------------------------------ Saya jemput kamu di halte bus. 0

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