1. Jaga – to take care of

Jaga is the stem of the verb menjaga, meaning to take care of. Remember, when a verb is used as a command, no prefix is attached, unless if it loses meaning without a prefix.

2. diaorang/diorang – they, their, them

Diorang is a colloquial form of the pronoun mereka. You will hear this used more often than mereka, especially among young people.

3. elok-elok – well

Elok means in good condition. However, elok-elok is an adverb that can translate to well; carefully, safely.

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