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“Saya dari Spanyol” – I´m from Spain

Indonesian language is so easy to learn, so you need to think in the most basic way. Find here some examples:articulo 10 foto 1

  1. The first thing that you need to learn is how you order your food in Indonesian language: “TIDAK PEDAS”. It means “no spicy”
  2. “SPANYOL” is used to reference the country (Spain), the people (Spanish) and also the language (Spanish)
  3. The past, the present and the future for the verbs don´t exist, so “SAYA MAU PERGI KE TOKO” means “I want to go to the shop”, but you don´t know if it was yesterday, it is today or maybe it is tomorrow.
  4. To say “no” you have a special rule: “TIDAK” is used for verbs and adjectives and “BUKAN” is used just for nouns. There is no a simple “no”.
  5. If “morning” is “PAGI”, “evening” is “SIANG”, and night “MALAM” you already know how to say “good morning”, “good evening” and “good night”: “SELAMAT PAGI”, “SELAMAT SIANG” and “SELAMAT MALAM”. Also, if “MAKAN” means “eat”, how to say breakfast, lunch and dinner? “MAKAN PAGI”, “MAKAN SIANG” and “MAKAN MALAM”. So easy! ;)

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About Rocio

Empeñada en disfrutar al máximo cada experiencia de mi vida, me defino como una persona extrovertida, positiva y con un cierto punto de locura. Me encanta viajar y descubrir nuevas culturas, ya sea compartiendo una comida, probando la bebida típica del país o hablando con la gente sobre la religión y otras cuestiones filosóficas mientras vemos un atardecer. En mi camino, me dijeron “no sueñes tu vida, vive tus sueños”, y en ese camino estoy, ahora haciendo parada en Bali. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I love making the most of every experience of my life, I define myself as outgoing, positive and with a touch of madness. I love travelling and discovering new cultures, sharing a meal, tasting the typical drink of the country or just talking about religion or philosophic stuff while looking at the sunset. On my way, someone told me “don´t dream your life, live your dreams”, and I am in that way indeed, now making a stop in Bali.

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