So you live on the very large island of Sumatra. Exactly on the equator. Do you have seasons there? Here, at 45° north, we certainly do!
Well... "pelangi" is quite different from "anuanua"! Looks like there has been a few mutations of the language during the looooong migration!
You say the grammar is very similar to that of the spanish language. Once again you surprise me : the ma'ohi language has NOTHING in common with spanish! Nor with any latin language as a matter of fact. In fact, I am quite surprised to learn that indonesian language has any ressemblance to spanish : I tought that is a very ancient language, mostly of asiatic, indian and sumerian origins. And I can't help but see a ressemblance between "Sumatra" and "sumerian". I may be 100% wrong here though!
Many people on Freelang and Lokanova (a word coming from "loca" which is related to "locution", the ability to express oneself ; and "nova" which means "new") are fluent in French because these sites have been initiated by Latinus who is French and lives in France and by Beaumont who is also French although he now lives in Thaïland (thus not so far away from you). The forums themselves were originally French only, but now there a many Freelang forums, including one in English and one in Spanish. Still, the majority of members are fluent in French. They kept it open for you to start the Indonesian Freelang!
"L'avevo" is not French! I do not know of anything like this in French. Phonetically, it sounds like "l'avez-vous?", which means "do you have it?". Or "lavez-vous" which means "clean yourself".
"La" is an article that means "the" when related to a feminine word. For example : "la
femme" : "the
woman". If it is related to a masculine word, it becomes "le" like in "le
cheval" : "the
horse". As a name, "la" also means the music note or key or scale "A" : a concerto in A
sharp would be, in French, "un concerto en la
"Ne" is a negation. It negates the verb that follows it. It is usually associated with "pas" which completes the negation cycle. For example "Marchez ici" means "Walk here". "Ne
ici" means "Do not
"Me" means "to me" or "myself". "Je me
regarde dans le miroir" means "I am looking at myself
in the mirror".
"Tu" and "te" are personnal pronouns of the second person and mean "you" or "yourself". "Tu" is used as a subject and "te" as a complement. For example "Tu te
regardes dans le miroir" means "You
are looking at yourself
in the mirror".
Voilà voilà voilà (That's all folks!)