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Which Scandinavian language to study?

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bradfanella
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United States
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10 posts - 12 votes
Speaks: English*, Spanish
Studies: Danish, Icelandic

 
 Message 97 of 169
20 August 2011 at 10:28am | IP Logged 
Maypal wrote:
I kan kigge på mit indlæg ovenpå (Message 82 of 95), det er måske en
forklaring hvorfor
færingerne er så dygtige i de nordiske sprog. Desuden taler de alle dansk og færøsk er
nært beslægtet til vestnorske dialekter (ikke sidst fonetisk) og islandsk. Så svensk
skal
ikke være et problem heller.


Nå, man ville tro at svensk og dansk er let forståelige for talere af det andet sprog,
men det er ikke sandt. Det er mærkeligt at, det øst skandinaviske sprog er så tæt på
hinanden, men det vest sprog er ikke. Hvir jeg prøver at læse nogen svensk skrivning,
jeg har en meget hård tid med ordgenkendelse.

Også, vil De være så venlig at læse og korrigere mit dansk? Tusind tak! :)
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Kadabrium
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Norway
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Speaks: Mandarin*, English, Norwegian
Studies: Latin, Icelandic

 
 Message 98 of 169
09 March 2012 at 8:52pm | IP Logged 
Det jeg føler er at
jeg leser svensk raskere og mer flytende, men finner seg mange uidentifiserbare
ord.

med dansk ser mange ord merkelig ut med ett blikk, men det er mulig å
gjenkjenne de fleste ved å tenke litt..
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Kadabrium
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Norway
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Studies: Latin, Icelandic

 
 Message 99 of 169
09 March 2012 at 8:53pm | IP Logged 
islansk er selvsagt det vakreste for meg blant disse, lol
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Aquila123
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Norway
mydeltapi.com
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201 posts - 262 votes 
Speaks: Norwegian*, English, Italian, Spanish
Studies: Finnish, Russian

 
 Message 100 of 169
17 May 2012 at 7:03pm | IP Logged 
Flip a coin
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Camundonguinho
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Brazil
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Speaks: Portuguese*, English, Spanish
Studies: Swedish

 
 Message 101 of 169
17 May 2012 at 8:39pm | IP Logged 
Æ ælske (nord)norsk.

Edited by Camundonguinho on 17 May 2012 at 8:41pm

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montmorency
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United Kingdom
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2371 posts - 3675 votes 
Speaks: English*, German
Studies: Danish, Welsh

 
 Message 102 of 169
01 June 2012 at 8:20pm | IP Logged 
I've chosen Danish for the simple reason that my (very nice) dentist (here in England) is
Danish, and when he asks me one of those complicated questions that dentists always ask,
and, you know, you can't answer it because you have to hold your mouth open in a fixed
position, well, if I answer him like that in English, it comes out in almost perfect
Danish.


OK, well, that rather contrived (although perfectly true) joke, isn't really true,
because of course, for perfect Danish, he'd have to hold your mouth closed and not open.

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Jenne:)
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Netherlands
polyglotquest.wordpr
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38 posts - 56 votes 
Speaks: Dutch*, English, German, French
Studies: Norwegian

 
 Message 103 of 169
23 September 2012 at 10:32pm | IP Logged 
I chose Norwegian for no good reason. I just liked the spelling of Norwegian words better than that of Danish and Swedish ones, haha. It started with a desire to learn a language on my own and one of my friends had taught himself Swedish, so basically told me to try it out. But I thought that was not original, so I picked another Scandinavian language. I bet this is the most crappy reason for starting to learn Norwegian ever ^^. Learning it has made me interested in the country, however, so that is the main reason now, I guess.

Edited by Jenne:) on 23 September 2012 at 10:33pm

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Medulin
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Croatia
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Speaks: Croatian*, English, Spanish, Portuguese
Studies: Norwegian, Hindi, Nepali

 
 Message 104 of 169
24 September 2012 at 1:56pm | IP Logged 
I like how Finnish sounds, but I don't know if it's Nordic/Scandinavian.

Edited by Medulin on 24 September 2012 at 1:57pm



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