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The Indonesian days of the week are:
Sunday Ahad / Minggu
Friday Jumat (Jum'at)
holiday hari libur
today hari ini
tomorrow esok (formal), besok (informal)
next tomorrow lusa
Notice how similar are those days with Arabic numbers: wahid, isnain, tsalasa, arba'atun, khamsatun, etc.
However, usually Indonesian starts the day with Senin, Selasa, etc.
Hari apa hari ini? - What day is today?
Hari ini hari Minggu - Today is Sunday
Aduh, aku harus masuk sekolah besok! - Oh, I have to go to school tomorrow! (literally: I have to be inside the school tomorrow. Masuk: in, inside)
Besok? Tapi besok hari libur - Tomorrow? But tomorrow is holiday
Aku ketinggalan sesuatu di sekolah kemarin. Tugas untuk minggu ini. - I left something at school yesterday. Homework for this week.
Pergilah. Aku akan menunggumu. Ingat, kita akan ada pesta malam ini - Off you go. I'll be waiting for you. Remember, we'll have a party tonight
Oke. Sampai nanti - Okay. See you later
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