3.b 4.d 5.c
the answer is letter 3.b 4.d 5. c
A) Burung Kakatua
Burung Kakatua is a folk song from Indonesia about the cockatoo (kakatua) and the village grandmother who listens to it sing. The book is illustrated with photographs of three-dimensional compositions formed of clay. You will be charmed by the beautiful cockatoo and surprised by the lifelike expressions on the grandmother's face as the bird serenades her. Sing along with the children you hear on the CD -- one from the United States singing in English and one from Indonesia singing the original lyrics. Hear the sound of the drum during the chorus ("tredung") and the call of the cockatoo during the flute solo. Relax and let the wind carry you with the birds on the Musicmap pages, freely making music for all to enjoy.
A. burung kakatua
Lito lapid at kaya importante
Etymology. According to the Royal Institute Dictionary 1999, loi (ลอย) means 'to float', while krathong (กระทง) has various meanings, one of which is 'a small vessel made of leaves which can be floated on water during the Loi Krathong festival'.
Loi krathong takes place on the evening of the full moon of the 12th month in the tradition Thai lunar calendar
loi loi grathong is a song originated from Thailand