In colloquial Danish, can you say these sentences? If not, please correct! Hello! I have a series of sentences and I'd like some feedback from native speakers about whether or not they sound natural. Some of them I tried to make wrong on purpose because I want to see how certain features of the language work. Thanks so much for the help!! --- Do I need "som"/"der" for any of these? 1) Jeg så bilen du købte i går. 2) Manden jeg elsker har en hus i Danmark. 3) Kvinden her står er min ven. ---- Did I use "at" correctly? Does #5 need "at"?? 4) Jeg tror at Dansk er smuk. 5) Jeg tror hun er venlig. Tak!! :-)
Dec 5, 2014 8:47 PM
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1 - jeg så bilen som du købte igår. 2 - manden jeg elsker har et hus i Danmark. 3 - kvinden der står her er min ven 4 - jeg synes at dansk er smukt 5 - i Think in this case we need a certified teacher to answer. You Can say it With or without 'at', and a normal dane Would use both in conversations.
December 6, 2014
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