Dansk for vidergående
Denne uge læser vi sider 43-46 i kapitel 4 og sider 47-50 i kapitel 5.
This week read we pages 43-46 in chapter 4 and pages 47-50 in chapter 5.
Side 44/Page 44
Fødselsdagssangen til Niko (2 verses)
These recordings are of a woman from København, and a man from Jylland. There are therefore minor differences in pronunciation. Take a look back in chapter 2, page 17 for the list of words they are saying.
Past Tense Practice
Reading Text: Stakkels mig!
Listen to the first sentence, which will be in present/implied future tense, and change it to the past participle.
Your friend says some action is in the present, but you disagree because it actually already has taken place. For example, you might hear "Hun finder en mand" (She is finding a husband) and, during the silence afterward, you will say "Nej, hun har fundet en mand" (No, she has found a husband). Then you will hear the correct answer ("Hun har fundet en mand") after the silence, so you can check your accuracy.
This one is pretty tough. Study the phrases on page 49.
You'll hear a phrase in English, then in the silence that
follows, you say the Danish. Then the correct answer will