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Denne uge læser vi sider 51-56 i kapitel 5.

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Vocabulary - Story/Dialogue - Looking for things - Simple Past verb practice - prepositions/prepositional phrases

Monicas desk.jpg

Past Participle

Sider 54-55

More (many more) Time Expressions

Side 51

Dialogue 3

Har I set mine nøgler
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De lå på køkkenbordet, da jeg gik i seng
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Ja, men de er der ikke nu.
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Du har nok taget dem i lommen
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Spar dine vittigheder
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Har du ikke lagt dem ned i din taske
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Jeg har ikke haft dem - i aftes
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Dialogue 3 - Entire
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Asking if you've reached the correct person/place

Below are some people/places you might call.  Practice saying

"Er det hos (name/place)?"  Then click the arrow to hear the phrase.

Jørgen Nielsen
Peter Nielsen
Tove Jensen
fiskehandleren
Bager Olsen

And speaking of telephone conversations...

Den Skyldige - et udmærket dansk drama!

If you haven't seen this movie, I recommend it.  It is a suspense thriller involving a series of telephone conversations.  I saw it the first time without knowing anything about it, and that is the best way to do it, I think.  However, if you must know something about it first, then here is a short scene with English subtitles.

 Jellingstenene 

(Click for Danish)

Past participle using "er" rather than

"har"  (and my excuse to tell you about the Jellig Stones which are super cool!)

Den er rejst af kong Gorm den Gamle til minde
om hans hustru Thyra Danebod.

 The Jelling Stones 

(Click for English)