I’d like to finish up this week of driving and directions with words that can be used on the road, but also in many other contexts. Also, it’s Friday, so the flashcards are updated!
Masuk /ma·suk/ v. To enter, to go in somewhere, to participate, become a member of, or to follow.
masuk jalan raya : to get on the highway
dilarang masuk : do not enter
masuk ajar : listen to or accept people’s advice
masuk kerja : to enter work and start the workday
silahkan masuk : please come in
Keluar /ke·lu·ar/ v. To exit, be released, be outside, or leave.
ambil keluar 134 ke jalan Omaha : take exit 134 to Omaha street
keluar sekolah : to leave school
hasil ujian sudah keluar : the exam results are out (released)
Ambil /am·bil/ v. To take, lift, or take and hold something.
ambil keluar kedua lalu belok kiri ke Jl. Kaliurang : take the second exit then turn left to Kaliurang street
ambil marah : do not be discouraged, to ‘hold your temper/anger’
mengambil : taking
mengambil foto: taking a photograph
As you can see, these words are useful in many other areas of life. Not just driving! I hope our week so-far of traveling words will take you to new and exciting places. Thanks again for reading and learning with us.