Singglish (Singaporean English) is marked by ‘lah’ :
Come on, buy-lah,
Javelish.. The typical Javanese language:
‘lho’, ‘lha’, ‘tho’, ‘kok’, ki, etc
Lho, I already bought that book !
Kok, buying again ?
I told you many times ‘tho’ !
Lha, I did’nt know … how ki !?
Don’t be like that, no….!?
Jakartenglish ? Jakarte English is marked by the
‘sih’, ‘deh’, ‘dong’, ‘nih’, etc
That book is very good, deh.
Can you speak english?.. yeah a litle sih I can!
Use my money first nih..
Give me more dong..
[Jeje] She is overthere, no…. (dia di sono,no….)
Other exclamation words of Java :
wo_, wah, wÃ©_, jian, and jÃ©_
WÃ©_ lha this book is mine jÃ©…!
Wo_, only like that tho!
Wah, expensive, tho ?
Jian, Paijem is so beautifull tenan.
Sundanglish is also available such as
atuh, euy, mah
Well, if that kind, it pretty so-so atuh
It can’t be that way euy..
I am mah, not like that…
anything else ?
There are also abundant ‘sound effect’ in Javanesse language.
Suddenly, mak bedhengus den Tukiman appeared
My head feels pain, mak cleng !
Mak tlepok, I got a manggo !
My chicken is suddenly died, mak cekengkeng
Mak gedebug, KampretÃ© fell down.
Mak jegagik…. Oh, trondholo !
Seorang cewek yang Bahasa Inggrisnya kacau-balau suatu hari nubruk Seorang
bule ketika jalanÂ² di mall
Cewek: “I’m sorry.”
Bule: “I’m sorry, too.”
Si cewek bingung. dia ngerasa harus ngejawab tuh bule.
Cewek: “I’m sorry, three.”
Bule: “What are you sorry for?”
Cewek: “I’m sorry, five.”
Bule : “You are sick !”
Cewek : “You are seven, sir !”