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Kegiatan Rutinitas Sehari-hari

Selamat datang!

In this lesson we will consolidate our learning about daily activities.

We will:

- learn about work activities

- learn about evening activities

Vocabulary, Grammar and Language Points

- Work related phrases: berangkat kerja, rapat, menulis laporan

- Afternoon/evening home related activities: bersih-bersih, masak, mandiin anak

- Discussing active/passive verb usage

Key activites:

Learn and practise new phrases relating to work activities

Learn and practise new phrases relating to after work activities at home

Watch and discuss Indonesian video clips to support our learning

Previous lesson recap

Ceritakan kegiatan rutinitas pagimu.

Useful phrases

Pagi ini




Setelah itu



Gosok gigi


Let's read a dialogue and revise saying the time.

Jam berapa PDF

Bekerja di kantor (Ngantor)

Key phrases:

Kerja                                           Work (verb & noun)

Bekerja                                      Work (intransitive verb)

Kerjaan                                      Work (concrete noun)

Pekerjaan                                  Work (abstract noun)

Mengerjakan                            Working on something (transitive verb)

Berangkat kerja                      Going to work

Ngantor                                       Going to work / being at work

Tiba di kantor                           Arriving at work

Sampai di kantor                     Arriving at work

Baca email                                  Reading emails

Rapat                                             Meeting

Menulis laporan                      Writing report

Koordinasi proyek                 Coordinating project

Makan siang                              Lunch

Riset                                              Research

Meriset tentang                       Researching about

Tugas                                            Task

Bikin tugas                                 Doing a task

Mengerjakan tugas                Working on a task

Ayo latihan!

Let's practise!

Jam berapa biasanya tiba di kantor?

Apa biasanya kegiatan pertama?

Apa saja tugas-tugas di kantor?

Apa saja...?

Asking information about plural subject

To ask questions such as, "What are the...?" or "What ... is/are there?", use the phrase question apa saja...?
Here are some examples:

Apa saja tugas-tugasnya?
What are the tasks?

Ada makanan apa saja di rumah makan itu?
What food is there at that restaurant?

To inquire about people - such as, 'which persons are present', you can use the question phrase siapa saja...?
For examples:

Ada siapa saja?
Who is there? (Plural subject, i.e. 'Which people are there').

Siapa saja yang sudah datang?
Who has arrived?

If you are only asking about one person, then you say Ada siapa? ('Who is there?' (Singular subject)

The phrase Ke mana aja? / Ke mana saja? is a common greeting question similar to the English, "Where have you been?" (Not literally asking for place information but more like, "How have you been?")

Rutinitas sore dan malam hari di rumah

Key phrases:

Pulang kerja                                  Coming/going home from work

Rumah tangga                              Household

Bersih-bersih                               Cleaning

Masak                                               to cook

Menyiapkan                                  to prepare

Mandiin anak                               Bathing the child(ren)

Kasih makan anjing/kucing            Feeding the dog/cat

Watch and listen to the video below and complete section A from the pdf below.

Context PDF

Class discussion: How did you go?

Let's discuss section B together.

Context PDF

Do the following quiz activity to help you complete section C of the PDF. Consult the suggested answer if you are stuck. Sometimes there is more than one possible correct answer, the suggested answer provides one alternative.


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Kahoot! Activity

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Grammar Talk

Active-passive verb discussion.

Indonesian Grammar Reference

Keeping up with the news

As the course progresses, from time to time, we might read the headlines from the latest Indonesian news for class discussion.

CNN Indonesia

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Antara News

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