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|Indonesian term or phrase:||mengenai aku ngirim email ke nanda aku sering kok tapi tak pernah ada jawaban|
|English translation:||worried that I send email to you often but there is never any answer|
|Entered by:|| Chris Rowson||Options:|
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|Indonesian term or phrase: mengenai aku ngirim email ke nanda aku sering kok tapi tak pernah ada jawaban|
|worried that I send email to you often but there is never any answer|
you have put four questions up, and I have tried to understand them.
This is difficult for me: my Indonesian was never that great, and what I knew was pure intellectual´s Indonesian. But I haven´t used it for several years, and this has substantial dialect elements that I am not really familiar with.
This time I´m not going to try to translate, because I can´t get it so reliably. In general, it seems that a relative is trying to contact you, and has tried it a number of times.
Is "lukman" a name? I think he asks what connections are there still with lukman. But mostly it is just what I have proposed above.
Oh, and the last bit is, if he continues to get answers he will send you email.
I hope someone helps you with this who can do better than I can.
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"You know how I've often sent email to Nanda, but there's never been a reply!"
This is Jakartan dialect -- possibly a transcription of spoken language. There may be a typo/mis-spelling, and it lacks any punctuation, so it would be difficult to give a reliable translation, especially as no context has been given.
mengenai = concerning, with regard to (the fact that)
aku = I/me (familiar)
ngirim = send
ke = to
nanda : this could be a typo. Is "anda" (you singular polite); or is it a personal name?
sering = often
kok = (particle expressing surprise)
tapi = but
tak pernah = never
ada = there is/was/has been/etc.
jawaban = reply.
Thus, possibly: "You know how I've often sent email to Nanda, but there's never been a reply!"
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