This week I have the assistance of Mariane, over at the blog: Far Away as a volunteer native Danish speaker, whose has provided some meticulous explanations and examples of this week's words. All credit goes to her for this week's examples. Her input and guidance is deeply appreciated. I have learnt an abundance from Mariane… Continue reading Learning Dansk – Extending your Danish Vocabulary for Beginners
Every so often I can across a word in Danish that is fairly basic, yet I have not seen it yet.
Here are a couple of examples of complaints, interjections and rumour:
When one starts to learn Danish, the easiest things to remember are the basic greetings on special occasions.
Dagens chok: Går lige om hjørnet på huset, og dér står et stort rådyr - jeg ved snart ikke, hvem der blev mest forskrækket. Today's shock: Going around the corner of the house, and there stands a large deer - I know soon not know who was most frightened Pronounciation tip: lige - soft… Continue reading Learning Danish: forskrækket – frightened; spændende – exciting