Sample (from 3001 notes)
|Sentence||Apapun yang terjadi.|
|Sentence (English)||Whatever happens.|
|Sentence (Search Field)||Apapun yang terjadi.|
|Sentence||Apakah Anda melihat itu? Apakah kau melihat itu? Apakah kamu melihat itu? Apa kau melihat itu? Apa kau lihat itu?|
|Sentence (English)||Did you see that?|
|Sentence (Search Field)||Apakah Anda melihat itu? / Apakah kau melihat itu? / Apakah kamu melihat itu? / Apa kau melihat itu? / Apa kau lihat itu?|
|Sentence||Dia ada disini.|
|Sentence (English)||He's here.|
|Sentence (Search Field)||Dia ada disini.|
After the file is downloaded, double-click on it to open it in the desktop program.
At this time, it is not possible to add shared decks directly to your AnkiWeb account - they need to be added from the desktop then synchronized to AnkiWeb.
And download for free the second part.
That said, the audio is in a computer-generated voice with very unnatural intonation... possibly does more harm than good listening to that?
So I guess I'll just use it without the audio component.
Or is there a clever way of using the audio without picking up the poor pronunciation and intonation?
Frequency lists (these are dirty and often have dates and numbers):
https://tatoeba.org/eng/downloads - sentence links, but the site says this requires programming know-how
http://www.manythings.org/anki/ - Tatoeba Ind-En sentence pairs
Listed under 'Machine translation': https://github.com/kmkurn/id-nlp-resource
I wonder whether Google Translate is reliable enough to learn from, if so the number of sentences could be expanded enormously (and then as you learned more Indonesian you would be able to spot the mistakes)
No idea how to query Glosbe, keeps giving me a Too Many Requests page
Funny but not surprising how resources intended for helping computers understand language are useful for us too
I will try and install a 2nd older version of Anki to get Morphman running on the above in a few months, if I don't succeed I will post here
See this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnbKwHEQ1mA&yt%3Acc=on
It's challenging to find a body of indonesian sentences with realiable translations; I'm pretty sure this is the best collection of Indonesian sentences you'll find in the internet, since Indonesian is more of a niche language. For those who are intermediate or beginner, this deck will still be useful.