Kenapa

k)np.
  • Why (The meaning of this word varies according to its use. For example, in the phrase "tusing kenapa-kenapa" means "it's okay / it's alright". Whereas in the phrase "Kenapa ia ngeling?", this word has function as a question word which means "Why is he crying?" (Pronoun)
Media
Kenapa
Kasar
Kepana
Halus
Punapi
Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Krana ia enu inget teken munyin iklane di tipine, ia makeneh matakon teken reramanne. Ri kala memene suba di jumah, Ia lantas nakonang unduke ento. "Me, tunian tiang ningeh di tipine, i raga kone musti nguangin nganggon tas plastik. Apa ane makada? Apake plastik totonan jelek?" "Meme tusing nawang, Luh. Buina meme sabilang wai nganggon kresek, kanti jani tusing ja kenapa-kenapa. Mirib lakar ane anggona ngae plastik suba keweh ngalih, Luh," keto memenne mamunyi. "Oh, keto. Tumben tiang ningeh," Luh Ayu Manik mamunyi keto. "Meme masih mara taen ningeh. Tegarang mani gurune di sekolahan takonin," keto munyin memenne. "Nah, Me, mani tiang lakar matakon teken gurune," Luh Ayu Manik nyautin.
[example 1]
She kept thinking about the message she had seen on TV, and so decided to talk to her mother about it. When her mother arrived home, Luh asked her about it.


"Mom, I saw on television that we have to reduce the use of plastic bags. What is the reason for that? Is plastic bad? "

"I don't know, Luh. What’s more, I use plastics bags every day too and until now there haven’t been any problems. Maybe the material used to make plastic has become hard to get, Luh,” her mother said.

"Oh, I see. It's the first time I’d heard of it, " said Luh Ayu Manik.

"It’s the first time I’d heard of it too. Tomorrow ask your teacher at school about it," her mother said.

"OK, Mom … tomorrow I’ll ask my teacher," Luh Ayu Manik replied.

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"I don't know, Luh. What’s more, I use plastics bags every day too and until now there haven’t been any problems. Maybe the material used to make plastic has become hard to get, Luh,” her mother said.

"Oh, I see. It's the first time I’d heard of it, " said Luh Ayu Manik.

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  1. https://dictionary.basabali.org/Childrens_Book_Luh_Ayu_Manik_Pahlawan_Lingkungan