Jakartenglish, Sundenglish, and Javenglish

Jakartenglish – Jakarte English is marked by the ‘sih’, ‘deh’, ‘dong’, ‘nih’, etc

– That book is very good, deh.

– Can you speak english? … yeah a little sih I can!

– Use my money first nih..

– Give me more dong..

– How sih? Little little angry..

Sundenglish is also available such as ‘atuh’, ‘euy’, ‘mah’

– Well, if that kind, it pretty so-so atuh

– It can’t be that way euy..

– I am mah, not like that… anything else?

Javenglish.. The typical Javanese language: ‘lho’, ‘lha’, ‘tho’, ‘kok’, ‘ki’, etc

– Lho, I already bought that book!

– Kok, buying again?

– I told you many times ‘tho’ !

– Lha, I didn’t know tho yo… how ki !?

– Don’t be like that, no….!?

Other exclamation words of Java: ‘wo_’, ‘wah’, ‘wé_’, ‘jian’, and ‘jé_’

– Wé_ lha this book is mine jé…!

– Wo_, only like that tho!

– Wah, expensive, tho?

– Jian, Vera is beautiful tenan.

Suroboyenglish is marked by ‘tah’ and the famous word is ‘diancuk’

– Do you feel sick, tah ?

– Diancuk… he took my money !

There are also abundant ‘sound effect’ in Javanese language.

– Suddenly, mak bedhengus Curtis appeared

– My head feels pain, mak cleng!

– Mak tlepok, I got a manggo !

– My chicken is suddenly died, mak cekengkeng

– Mak gedebug, Mas Oji fell down.

– Mak jegagik…. Oh, trondholo

Keep Smiling, Euy :)))


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