Indonesian “pronoun”

Indonesian Pronouns

English formal informal slang
I saya aku gue
you (singular) anda, saudara, kamu kau, engkau, bung, ente elu, koe
you (plural) saudara-saudara, kalian koe-koe, kamu orang
they mereka mereka
we (1st) kami kami
we, us (1st & 2nd) kita kita
she dia dia
he dia dia
it itu itu
sir! mr! pak! bapak. over here sir!  di sebelah ini pak!

do you call me sir? apa bapak panggil saya?

mr president: bapak presiden

madam! bu! ibu. may i help you madam? boleh saya bantu bu?

where do you live madam? ibu inggal dimana?

mrs suharto. ibu suharto.

Used as a subject, object, and possessive pronoun

English formal informal
brother saudara mas, kak (to the elder), abang (to the elder)

adik, (to the youger brother or sister)

sister saudari mbak

With exclamation sound.

Ladies and gentlemen  Ibu-Ibu, Bapak=bapak, dan Saudara-saudara.

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