Depending on how intimate you are with one of the shy creatures, you may spot one or all of the following indicators.
1. Ink marks on furniture and bedding (don’t ask).
2. Ink marks on clothing (happens all the time).
3. Ink marks around mouth (from chewing the wrong end of the pen).
4. Ink marks on forehead (I don’t know how that happens).
5. Ink marks.
Artists may swap ink for paint and pen for brush, proving that writers are not the only ones afflicted with creative decoration.
Sure, the signs of a writer (Penulis, pengarang; tulis = write; add a prefix ‘pe’ before a verb to make it a noun; there are some terms and conditions),
I shall check mine 🙂
Iya – I remember penulis is writer, but the “t” disappears from in front of tulis – “write”.
Pengarang? Is the “pen” here the same as the “pen” that changes a verb to a noun? Or is this the word for “signs”. I have to make sure I don’t misread “pen” always and think it is something that owns (becomes) something. Ah – and here the student becomes a nuisance, I think. 😀 (Yes, already.) 😛
Yes, there are some term and condition for adding a prefix, some letter like “t” turns into “n” (we’ll find the other letters 🙂 sorry for being a bad teacher)
No, it is derived from karang = made, write. for “k” will turns into “ng” when we add prefix “pe”.
Ah, so does the teacher 😀
Semangat pagi, Yuna! 😀 Tidak, kamu not a bad teacher. Kamu baik to teach me anything. (You will be laughing now, but I can only work with what I have.) 😛
Semangat Pagi Allyson,
No, i’m not laughing, but smiling because you mixed it well 🙂
Pagi yang cerah (bright morning).
Ah – “morning that is bright” – I remembered “cerah” but forgot “yang” (darn!).
Semangat siang. 🙂
Ah “yang” is usually used like “the”, but we use it mostly before adjective 🙂
I’ll see if I can mangle it in the right direction. 🙂
It’s really fascinating to see some of the places where toddler artists leave their creative marks. 🙂
It’s really fascinating to see where some adults leave their creative marks, too. 😛
Never, NEVER wake-up next to a tattoo artist……. (’nuff said.)
LOL. Correct! 😀
I LOVE ink on my hands. That’s what I hate about using the laptop. I miss having ink smeared all over my fingers. 🙂
I’m sure there’s a solution to that! 🙂