Jungle English = Junglish!
What is Junglish? Jungle English… like one mentioned below:
Javelish.. The typical Javanese language: ‘lho’, ‘lha’, ‘tho’, ‘kok’,’ki’,etc
ü Lho, I already bought that book !
ü Kok, buying again ?
ü I told you many times ‘tho’ !
ü Lha, I didn’t know tho yo… how ki !?
ü Don’t be like that, no….!?
ü Don’t be angry Friend… Jape Methe…..
ü Kepret….my pocket left home.
ü Monggo…come in please.
ü Nuwun sewu… I can’t calling You.
ü Nggih….she ‘s my ….
ü Wegah…I can’t do it.
Jakartenglish. . Jakarte English is marked by the ‘sih’, ‘deh’, ‘dong’,’nih’ , etc
ü That book is very good, deh.
ü Can you speak english?.. yeah a little sih I can!
ü Use my money first nih..
ü Give me more dong..
ü How sih? Little little angry..
Surobenglish is marked by ‘tah’ and the famous word is ‘diancuk’
ü -Do you feel sick, tah ?
ü -Diancuk… he took my money !
ü he..he..he.. .it’s very very Diamput ….
Other exclamation words of Java: ‘wo_’, ‘wah’, ‘wé_’, ‘jian’, and ‘jé_’
ü Wé_ lha this book is mine jé…!
ü Wo_, only like that tho!
ü Wah, expensive, tho?
ü Jian, Paijem is so beautiful tenan.
Sundanglish is also available such as ‘atuh’, ‘euy’, ‘mah’
ü Well, if that kind, it pretty so-so atuh
ü It can’t be that way euy..
ü I am mah, not like that… anything else ?
ü Ujug-ujug Mr. Oki online.
There are also abundant ‘sound effect’ in Javanesse language.
ü Suddenly, mak bedhengus den Tukiman appeared
ü My head feels pain, mak cleng!
ü Mak tlepok, I got a manggo !
ü My chicken is suddenly died, mak cekengkeng
ü Mak gedebug, Kampreté fell down.
ü Mak jegagik…. Oh, trondholo