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The cake is very delicious (Kuenya Enak Sekali)

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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 the cake is very delicious(Kuenya Enak Sekali).

Read to this conversation about the cake is very delicious(Kuenya Enak Sekali). Kevin praises the food that Rama’s mother cooks.

 

Ibu Rama

Kevin, kamu harus mencicipi kue brownies talas ini.

Kevin

Oh, ini namanya kue brownies talas? Aku ambil, ya, Bu

Ibu Rama

Bagaimana rasanya?

Kevin

Wah, kue ini enak sekali, Bu. Aku suka rasanya.

Ibu Rama

Benarkah? Terima kasih, Kevin. Aku senang kamu menyukainya.

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

Cicip

To taste

Senang

Be happy

Suka

To like

Talas 

Taro

Makan

To eat

Enak sekali

Be very delicious

Bagaimana rasanya?

How does it taste?

A positive compliment usually makes people proud or motivated. If you want to honestly express the delicacy of someone's cooking, you can use the expression, Enak sekali which means very delicious. In the dialogue, Kevin praises the food that Rama’s mother cooks by saying Wah, kue ini enak sekali, Bu which means ‘this cake is very delicious, mom’.  

You also can use expression lezat, nikmat, gurih to express your compliment by using expression Terima kasih, aku tersanjung which means ‘thank you for your compliment’ or ouh Benarkah? terima kasih which means ‘ouh really, thank you’.

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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