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‘Exam Participant Card’ (Kartu Peserta Ujian)

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Voice of Indonesia presents “Let’s Speak Bahasa Indonesia,” a lesson in the Indonesian language on the Radio. We introduce some Indonesian vocabulary and tips on how to use it in a conversation. This segment is a joint initiative of Voice of Indonesia and the Language and Book Development Agency of the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture.  Today’s topic is Kartu Peserta Ujian in English ‘Exam Participant Card

Read to this conversation about Kartu Peserta Ujian in English ‘Exam Participant Card’. Kevin asks Siti about how to get a semester exam card.


Siti, kamu sudah mendapat kartu peserta ujian?


Sudah. Bagaimana denganmu?


Aku belum. Bagaimana mendapat kartu itu?


Kamu datang ke ruang Tata Usaha. Katakan kamu minta kartu peserta ujian . Jangan lupa sebutkan nama dan jurusan kamu.


O, mudah, ya. Kalau begitu, aku ke ruang Tata Usaha dulu, ya.



Now, I am going to introduce some vocabularies and expressions related to the topic today.

Kartu peserta ujian

(2X) which means

Exam participant card

Bagaimana cara mendapat kartu itu?


How to get the card?

Ruang tata usaha


Administration room

Jurusan kuliah





To be easy

In a common conversation, the interrogative sentence can be written without the question word. In this interrogative sentence, intonation can distinguish between a question and a statement.

For examples:

-Apa kamu tahu cara mendapatkan kartu peserta ujian? (2X)

Do you know how to get an exam card?

-Siapa nama orang yang ada di ruang Tata Usaha? (2X)

What is the name of the officer in the Administration room?

-Di mana ruang Tata Usaha? (2X) where is the administration room?

-Kamu tahu cara mendapatkan kartu peserta ujian?  (2X)

You know how to get the exam card?

-Nama orang yang ada di ruang Tata Usaha? ( 2X)

The name of the administration officer?

-Ruang  Tata Usahanya? ( 2X) the administration room?

That was “Let’s Speak Bhs Indonesia”, a lesson in Bahasa Indonesia or the Indonesian language on the radio. Hopefully, this edition will be useful for those who want to know more about Bahasa Indonesia.

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