Danish: An Essential Grammar (Essential Grammars) by Robin Allan

By Robin Allan

This booklet is strangely unhelpful. For these taking Danish as their first overseas language the ebook can be complicated; will probably be not easy if you happen to have a number of languages below their belt and are conversant in grammar. for instance, the genitive case is brought and not using a stable clarification of what the genitive case is, or perhaps explaining what a "case" is. The phonetics part is hopelessly stressed; they use a similar symbols for totally different sounds ([e] for the vowels in English 'sin' and French 'les'), and emblems that do not correspond in any respect to how my local Danish-speaking professor publicizes issues. i will try out the great model from the library and wish that this e-book, as a pared-down model, in basic terms suffers from undesirable enhancing.

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At six o’clock she gets up. At eight o’clock she has (takes) a cup of coffee. 38 Unit 2: Rebecca, en student Numerals (1–12) 0 1 2 3 4 noll en, ett* två tre fyra 5 6 7 8 fem sex sju åtta 9 10 11 12 nio (pron. niə) tio (pron. tiə) elva tolv * Because of the two genders. When counting: ett, två, tre . . Pronunciation (CD 1; 13) Consonants g-, k-, skPractise saying the following words, all personal names and place names. ‘soft’ gplace names: personal names: ‘hard’ gplace names: Gerum, Gislaved, Gyttorp, Gäddede, Göteborg Gert, Gösta, Göran personal names: Gamleby, Godby, Gubbängen, Gåsholm, Grimstad Gottfrid, Gustav, Gudrun, Greta ‘soft’ kplace names: personal name: Kedjeåsen, Kivik, Kyrkhult, Källvik, Kölby Kerstin ‘hard’ kplace names: personal names: Kalmar, Kolmården, Kumla, Kållered Karin, Konrad, Kurt, Kåre, Kristina ‘soft’ skplace names: ‘hard’ skplace names: Skeppsvik, Skillingaryd, Skyttorp, Skänninge, Skövde Skara, Skogby, Skurup, Skånela Unit 2: Rebecca, a student 1111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1111 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 4222 Dialogue 2 39 (CD 1; 14) Rebecca meets a new friend MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: REBECCA: MARIA: Hej!

E. made more precise: Han är en god katolik/en duktig lärare. He is a good Catholic/a good teacher. Han har en ny bil. He has a new car. Exercise 3 Fill in the missing forms of the nouns: Indefinite Form with end article Indefinite Form with end article en uppsats en lägenhet ett land en dag en bio en flicka en kanelbulle ett kilo kaffe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 biblioteket mamman svensken tunnelbanan klockan svenskan smörgåsen universitetet koppen __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ Time expressions på morgonen (pron.

Kommer du från England? Nej, jag kommer från USA. Varifrån i USA kommer du? Jag kommer från Minnesota. Är du från Spanien? Nej, inte alls. Jag kommer från Colombia. Trevligt att träffa dig! Detsamma. Ska vi gå och ta en fika? Javisst! Vocabulary läs/a -er -te du också utbytesstudent -en -er jo bruka/ -r -de sitt/a -er satt jaha slå/r slog sig ner javisst gärna read, (here) study you also exchange student yes usually (do), used to (do) sit I see sit down of course by all means förresten England nej varifrån Spanien inte alls trevlig -t -a träffa/ -r -de dig (pron.

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