An adjective is a word whose main role is to modify a noun or pronoun, giving more information about the noun or pronoun's definition. Some examples are: That is a green tree. I met a very old man. Below is an example of the adjectives in the structure of the sentence.
|That is a tall building||Itu bangunan tinggi|
|I met a very old man||Saya bertemu laki-laki yang sangat tua|
|The old red building is here||Bangunan merah tua ada di sini|
|That's a very nice dress||Itu baju yang sangat bagus|
Adjectives used with different genders and numbers:
In Indonesian/ Bahasa the use of adjective for the masculine is the same as the feminine, also the use of singular is similar to the plural, which makes learning it very easy and straight forward, here are some examples in the table below:
|Adjective for gender/ number
|She is a tall woman||Dia wanita yang tinggi|
|He is a tall man||Dia pria yang tinggi|
|They are tall women||Mereka wanita yang tinggi|
|They are tall men||Mereka pria yang tinggi|
Below is a vocabulary training for adjectives in Indonesian or Bahasa, try to memorize the adjectives below, because they’re very important.
|Nice||Enak (for Food), Bagus (for Things), Ramah (for People)|
|Sweet||Manis à Food|
I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you learned some Indonesian Adjectives ..., try to memorize them to be able to use them in your daily conversation. Make sure to check our Learn Indonesian page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.