If you don't know how to translate a number in the Indonesian Language it is difficult to start a conversation.
 For example: -If you want to know what time it is you have to know how to count from 1 till 12.
                      -If you want to ask the price of a present or you want to bargain about the price.
                      -If someone asks for your age.
 Here you will find the translation and pronunciation of the Indonesian numbers
 and informatioun about counting and telling time.

speaker0 :kosong:zero       speaker10 :sepuluh:ten       speaker20 :dua puluh:twenty      
speaker1 :satu:one       speaker11 :selelas:eleven       speaker30 :tiga puluh:thirty      
speaker2 :dua:two       speaker12 :dua belas:twelve       speaker40 :empat puluh:forty      
speaker3 :tiga:three       speaker13 :tiga belas:thirteen       speaker50 :lima puluh:fifty      
speaker4 :empat:four       speaker14 :empat belas:fourteen       speaker60 :enam puluh:sixty      
speaker5 :lima:five       speaker15 :lima belas:fifteen       speaker70 :tujuh puluh:seventy      
speaker6 :enam:six       speaker16 :enam belas:sixteen       speaker80 :delapan puluh:eighty      
speaker7 :tujuh:seven       speaker17 :tujuh belas:seventeen       speaker90 :sembilan puluh:ninety      
speaker8 :delapan:eight       speaker18 :delapan belas:eighteen       speaker100 :seratus:hundred      
speaker9 :sembilan:nine       speaker19 :sembilan belas:nineteen       speaker1000 :seribu:thousand      

 Pronouncing or writing a number is just like the English language. You put the biggest number first.
 In the indonesian language you translate twenty, thirty , forty etc. the same as we translate hundred,
 two hundred. twenty will be translated as two ten, thirty as three ten etc.

 For example :
 28 = dua puluh delapan
 33 = tiga puluh tiga
 527 = lima ratus dua puluh tujuh


 The basic math functions are add (menjumlah) ,deduct (mengurangi), devide (membagi), multiply (mengkalikan)
 example to add + (menjumlah)
 7 + 4 is 11     :     7 ditambah 4 adalah 11

 example to deduct - (mengurangi)
 12 - 7 is 5    :   12 dikurangi 7 adalah 5

 example devide / (membagi)
 12 / 3 is 4 : 12 dibagi 3 adalah 4

 example to multiply X (mengkalikan)
 10 x 5 is 50    :   10 dikali 10 adalah 50

 What time is it? Jam Berapa  -In the Indonesian language you use "Jam" for the full hour.
 -You use "lebih or lewat" to say times after the hour till 30 minutes after.
 -You use "kurang" to say time before the hour after 31 minutes untill the full hour.
 -When it is 15 minutes past the hour you normally say: lewat seperempat
 -When it is 30 minutes past the hour you normally say: kurang seperempat.
 The one thing that is different compared to the English time is that you use half "setengah" in combination
 with the coming hour and not the past one.

 Jam lima sore : It is five o' clock in the afternoon
 Jam setengah delapan pagi : It is half past 7 in the morning
 Jam 10 kurang seperempat : It is a quarter to 10
 Jam 2 lewat 10 menit : It is 10 minutes past 2

 Terms of time:
speaker  detik     second
speaker  menit     minute
speaker  jam     hour
speaker  hari     day
speaker  minggu     week
speaker  bulan     month
speaker  tahun     year

 Names of the months
speaker  Januari     January
speaker  Februari     February
speaker  Maret     March
speaker  April     April
speaker  Mei     May
speaker  Juni     June
speaker  Juli     July
speaker  Agustus     August
speaker  September     September
speaker  Oktober     October
speaker  November     November
speaker  Desember     December

 Example :
 Today it is the 15th of May : Hari ini adalah tanggal 15 Mei
 Yesterday it was the first of June : Kemarin adalah tanggal 1 Juni

 Ordinal numbers

 We use ordinal numbers to rank people or put things in a position.
 For example:
 -I won the first prize : Saya memenangkan hadiah pertama
 -This is my third time at this restaurant : ini adalah ketiga kalinya di restoran ini.
 An easy rule to remember how to spell an ordinal number you can add -ke before the number.
 The only exception is ordinal number first = pertama. Here you find the spelling of the ordinal numbers

speakerpertama : first   speakerkesebelas : eleventh   speakerkedua puluh satu : twenty-first
speakerkedua : second   speakerkeduabelas : twelfth   speakerkedua puluh dua : twenty-second
speakerketiga : third   speakerketigabelas : thirteenth   speakerkedua puluh tiga : twenty-third
speakerkeempat : fourth   speakerkeempatbelas : fourteenth   speakerkedua puluh empat : twenty-fourth
speakerkelima : fitfh   speakerkelimabelas : fifteenth   speakerkedua puluh lima : twenty-fifth
speakerkeenam : sixth   speakerkeenambelas : sixteenth   speakerkedua puluh enam : twenty-sixth
speakerketujuh : seventh   speakerketujuhbelas : seventeenth   speakerkedua puluh tujuh : twenty-seventh
speakerkedelapan : eighth   speakerkedelapanbelas : eighteenth   speakerkedua puluh delapan : twenty-eighth
speakerkesembilan:ninth   speakerkesembilanbelas:nineteenth   speakerkedua puluh sembilan:twenty-ninth
speakerkesepuluh:tenth   speakerkedua puluh:twentieth   speakerketiga puluh:thirtieth

 Fractional numbers:

 A fractional number is a portion of a whole number. For example: ⅓
 1 is called the numerator (pembilang). 3 is called the denominator (penyebut).
 To pronounce a fractional number; you say a "normal" number for the numerator and you put -per for the denominator.
 For ⅓ you say "satu - pertiga". Most of the time you use se instead of satu.
 The only exception to this rule is ½ you pronounce this as "setengah".

speaker½:setengah:a half     speaker:seperlima:one fifth    
speaker:sepertiga:one third     speaker:dua perlima:two fifths    
speaker:dua pertiga:two thirds     speaker:seperenam:one sixth    
speaker¼:seperempat:one fourth     speaker:lima perenam:five sixths    

 I would like a half kilo of apples.   Saya ingin setengah kilo apel.
 Everybody gets one third of the pie.   Semua orang mendapat satu pertiga dari kue
 If you want to practice with numbers or telling time go to Practice

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