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INTRODUCTION
Becky: Must-Know Indonesian Social Media Phrases Season 1 Lesson 17 - At the Local Market
Becky: Hi, everyone. I'm Becky.
Fira: And I'm Fira.
Becky: In this lesson, you'll learn how to post and leave comments in Indonesian about an unusual thing found at a local market. Indra finds an unusual item at a local market, posts an image of it, and leaves this comment.
Fira: Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik.
Becky: Meaning - "Strolling around the second-hand market; so many unique things." Listen to a reading of the post and the comments that follow.
DIALOGUE
(clicking sound)
Indra: Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik.
(clicking sound)
Susi: Jangan beli barang aneh-aneh.
Sri: Itu dimana, Indra?
Lita: Oh, aku punya juga barang ini, haha.
Adam: Pak Indra, itu benda apa?
Becky: Listen again with the English translation.
(clicking sound)
Indra: Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik.
Becky: "Strolling around the second-hand market; so many unique things."
(clicking sound)
Susi: Jangan beli barang aneh-aneh.
Becky: "Do not buy weird things."
Sri: Itu dimana, Indra?
Becky: "Where is that, Indra?"
Lita: Oh, aku punya juga barang ini, haha.
Becky: "Oh, I have that stuff too, haha."
Adam: Pak Indra, itu benda apa?
Becky: "Mr. Indra, what stuff is that?"
POST
Becky: Listen again to Indra's post.
Fira: Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik.
Becky: "Strolling around the second-hand market; so many unique things."
Fira: (SLOW) Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik. (Regular) Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik.
Becky: Let's break this down. First is an expression meaning "strolling around the second-hand market."
Fira: Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas
Becky: The expression starts with the word…
Fira: jalan-jalan.
Becky: This phrase with repeated words means “walk” or “stroll.” Listen again - "Strolling around the second-hand market" is...
Fira: (SLOW) Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas (REGULAR) Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas
Becky: Then comes the phrase "so many unique things."
Fira: banyak barang unik-unik.
Becky: The phrase…
Fira: barang unik-unik
Becky: means “unique things.” This phrase can be used only in a casual situation.
Becky: Listen again - "so many unique things" is...
Fira: (SLOW) banyak barang unik-unik. (REGULAR) banyak barang unik-unik.
Becky: All together, it's "Strolling around the second-hand market; so many unique things."
Fira: Jalan-jalan ke pasar barang bekas, banyak barang unik-unik.
COMMENTS
Becky: In response, Indra's friends leave some comments.
Becky: His wife, Susi, uses an expression meaning - "Do not buy weird things."
Fira: (SLOW) Jangan beli barang aneh-aneh. (REGULAR) Jangan beli barang aneh-aneh.
[Pause]
Fira: Jangan beli barang aneh-aneh.
Becky: Use this expression to tease him.
Becky: His neighbor, Sri, uses an expression meaning - "Where is that, Indra?"
Fira: (SLOW) Itu dimana, Indra? (REGULAR) Itu dimana, Indra?
[Pause]
Fira: Itu dimana, Indra?
Becky: Use this expression to ask about the market.
Becky: His wife's high school friend, Lita, uses an expression meaning - "Oh, I have that stuff too, haha."
Fira: (SLOW) Oh, aku punya juga barang ini, haha. (REGULAR) Oh, aku punya juga barang ini, haha.
[Pause]
Fira: Oh, aku punya juga barang ini, haha.
Becky: Use this expression to say you have similar things.
Becky: His supervisor, Adam, uses an expression meaning - "Mr. Indra, what stuff is that?"
Fira: (SLOW) Pak Indra, itu benda apa? (REGULAR) Pak Indra, itu benda apa?
[Pause]
Fira: Pak Indra, itu benda apa?
Becky: Use this expression to ask what the items are.

Outro

Becky: Okay, that's all for this lesson. If a friend posted something about an unusual thing found at a local market, which phrase would you use? Leave us a comment letting us know, and we'll see you next time!
Fira: Dadah.

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If a friend posted something about an unusual thing found at a local market which phrase would you use?