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Verbs are quite simple in Indonesian. There are no endings to add to verbs like in other languages. You simply add a certain word depending on which tense you want to use.
1. present, continuous, etc.
2. past, present perfect, etc.
Saya merokok - I smoke
Saya sedang merokok - I am smoking
Saya sudah merokok - I smoked, I have smoked, I had smoked, I have been smoking, I had been smoking
Saya akan merokok - I will smoke, I will be smoking, I will have smoked
The subject, the verb, the nouns, the adjectives, and the adverbs do not change their forms.
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