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    Hej, jeg ser, at der ikke er så mange, som sætter dansk som første prioritet. Derfor har jeg svært ved at finde ud af, hvem som egentlig er i gang med at lære sproget. Men er du en af de få, hjælper jeg gerne til - send bare en besked

    Hi, there aren't that many who prioritize learning danish so its hard for me to figure out whom that is actually learning the language. But are you one of the few then I'll gladly help out
    -just send a message.

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    Jeg lærer dansk.

    https://fulldegreeheyyouau.wordpress...rstand-danish/

    Tell me this is wrong???? ;-) Undskyld!

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    • #3
      Hvis din holdning til at lære et sprog, i dette tilfælde dansk, er at det er umligt, idet en anden person er super godt til et andet fællessprog, så kan jeg måske godt lidt forstå, at det kan være svært for dig. Men hvis din påstand er rigtig, så burde du måske øve dit dansk med en person, som ikke afbryder eller tager over
      Jeg mener også, at nogle af de vigtigste elementer er gentagelse og at anvende sproget så ofte som muligt.

      If your attitude towards learning a new language, in this case Danish, is that it's impossible because someone else is exceptionally good at an other language that is common to both of you then i get why it might be a little difficult. However if your claim is correct then perhaps you should practice your Danish with a person who doesn't interrupt or take over
      I also believe that some of the most important elements are repetition and using the language as often as possible.

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      • #4
        Jeg tror, folk ikke prioriterer at lære dansk, fordi det
        1. ikke er et så brugbart sprog uden for lille Danmarks grænser
        2. er et utroligt svært sprog at lære. Imodsætning til sprog som engelsk og fransk, så er der ikke et logisk system bag dansk grammatik. Selv danskere har svært ved at snakke og skrive sproget grammatisk korrekt - for slet ikke at tale om danskeres store besvær med korrekt punktsætning.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by SteraDora View Post
          Jeg tror, folk ikke prioriterer at lære dansk, fordi det
          1. ikke er et så brugbart sprog uden for lille Danmarks grænser
          2. er et utroligt svært sprog at lære. Imodsætning til sprog som engelsk og fransk, så er der ikke et logisk system bag dansk grammatik. Selv danskere har svært ved at snakke og skrive sproget grammatisk korrekt - for slet ikke at tale om danskeres store besvær med korrekt punktsætning.

          It's easier than French if you ask me, grammar system is about as logical as(and somewhat similar to) English so not too problematic and general population everywhere usually have a tendency to not know how to speak or write their language properly outside academic circles.

          The difficulties when it comes to learning Scandinavian languages in general is pronunciation(large number of dialects in Norwegian and Swedish as well as stress and melody and, errm, everything concerning pronunciation in Danish) and there's the usual bane of all Germanic languages known as strong verb forms.

          Naturally that's just my somewhat educated guess concerning the difficulty, I'd say that the first point you made coupled with the fact that most northerners speak really good to perfect English anyway is what dissuades most from learning any of them.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by grgur View Post
            It's easier than French if you ask me, grammar system is about as logical as(and somewhat similar to) English so not too problematic and general population everywhere usually have a tendency to not know how to speak or write their language properly outside academic circles.
            Really? You think so? It's the first time I have heard anyone say that .
            I'm curious to know...how much Danish do you understand when it's spoken?

            The difficulties when it comes to learning Scandinavian languages in general is pronunciation(large number of dialects in Norwegian and Swedish as well as stress and melody and, errm, everything concerning pronunciation in Danish) and there's the usual bane of all Germanic languages known as strong verb forms.
            I agree. Also with your statement that it's harder to pronounce words in Danish than in Swedish or Norwegian. When Damir came from Bosnia, he actually lived in Sweden for a bit less than a year before his family decided for Denmark. And he said Danish was initially harder for him to learn than Swedish was because of the pronounciation...his mum told me they were close to give up on Danish and go back to Sweden :P.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by SteraDora View Post
              Really? You think so? It's the first time I have heard anyone say that .
              Well granted I don't know French but I found the grammar to be less tedious than Italian and French and Italian are similar in that respect

              Originally posted by SteraDora View Post
              I'm curious to know...how much Danish do you understand when it's spoken?
              just did some test(http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/indland/vid...-koed-advarsel) - mostly just separate words and some phrases that are similar/same with Swedish or Norwegian, I have no trouble reading it though.

              Originally posted by SteraDora View Post
              I agree. Also with your statement that it's harder to pronounce words in Danish than in Swedish or Norwegian. When Damir came from Bosnia, he actually lived in Sweden for a bit less than a year before his family decided for Denmark. And he said Danish was initially harder for him to learn than Swedish was because of the pronounciation...his mum told me they were close to give up on Danish and go back to Sweden :P.
              well, Swedish doesn't have that many peculiar sounds(the only really tricky one is the 'h' similar sound in words like sjuk) melody(akut- och gravaccent) is almost impossible to get right for non-natives but one can be understood even without it. Danish in comparison just seems, hmm, messy.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by stineey View Post
                Hvis din holdning til at lære et sprog, i dette tilfælde dansk, er at det er umligt, idet en anden person er super godt til et andet fællessprog, så kan jeg måske godt lidt forstå, at det kan være svært for dig. Men hvis din påstand er rigtig, så burde du måske øve dit dansk med en person, som ikke afbryder eller tager over
                Jeg mener også, at nogle af de vigtigste elementer er gentagelse og at anvende sproget så ofte som muligt.

                If your attitude towards learning a new language, in this case Danish, is that it's impossible because someone else is exceptionally good at an other language that is common to both of you then i get why it might be a little difficult. However if your claim is correct then perhaps you should practice your Danish with a person who doesn't interrupt or take over
                I also believe that some of the most important elements are repetition and using the language as often as possible.
                Jeg er enig! Mange tak for din hjælp!

                I probably have mistakes? I thought the article was funny but it is likely accurate to a great extent as well! I'm using duolingo and youtube videos (lessons) and it helps.


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                • #9
                  I have problems with the alphabet for Danish. Logically it makes a lot of sense (English speaker (I can often work out what it says despite not knowing a lot of Danish). However, there doesn't seem to be a good guide to pronouncing the alphabet in Danish. Any suggestions?

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