Soalan Hari Isnin

1) Both hanya and sahaja refer to ‘only’, are they interchangeable in all contexts?

Hanya is normally in front and sahaja is normally at the end

1a. Hanya ada dua orang pelajar di kelas ini.

1b. Kelas ini ada dua orang pelajar sahaja.

 

2) I feel happy can be translated as ”saya suka hati” or ”saya bergembira” both are accepted right?

Saya berasa suka hati is I feel happy

Saya bergembira is I had or am having fun

 

3) How do i say ”i was sick so i went to see a doctor and had to take medicine”

It may be rearranged as Saya jumpa doktor sebab saya sakit dan saya mesti makan ubat

 

4) ”Ada banyak kenderaan pada jalan itu sebelum pukul sembilan pagi setiap hari”. Is this sentence grammatically correct?

Ada banyak kenderaan di jalan itu sebelum pukul sembilan pagi setiap hari.

 

 

 

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