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    https://www.allthelyrics.com/forum/no...tml#post629112

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlainChaos View Post
    https://www.allthelyrics.com/forum/no...tml#post629112

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    Not anymore

    Ø pronounced [ö]

    Erm...how is [ö] pronounced?

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    Haha good question Didn't I already give you a video on how to pronounce the random Turkish letters? Anyhow..

    Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loK4T...eature=related (1:35 for æ, ø, å).

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    Yes but they all sounded the same to me

    Oh my god, wallah if you could hear me now aaaaah I sound terrible! The g and the j are something out of this world

    And half the letters sound like oo to me, O, U, Y, A with a circle, and O with a dash

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    Hello dearies I'm officially joining the Danish group here

    Ya Noor, now you know how I felt when I listened to the different vowels in Icelandic xD The only word I can say properly is "Eyjafjallajökull" LOL!!! (I heard a native pronounce it on the news and taught my friends; it's now a running joke among us I know, our humour is weird )
    ♫ Elektrisk, elelektrisk, så elektrisk—känner pulsen slå!
    Ei sanota elämälle ei!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly93 View Post
    Hello dearies I'm officially joining the Danish group here

    Ya Noor, now you know how I felt when I listened to the different vowels in Icelandic xD The only word I can say properly is "Eyjafjallajökull" LOL!!! (I heard a native pronounce it on the news and taught my friends; it's now a running joke among us I know, our humour is weird )
    Oh wow, I thought you were joking when you agreed to join me

    Hey, at least you can pronounce that word!! I keep trying to say hand instead of haaan

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    LOOOOL I was serious I already had told Plainy I'd show up here at some point... Just forgot (it was a month ago )
    ♫ Elektrisk, elelektrisk, så elektrisk—känner pulsen slå!
    Ei sanota elämälle ei!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly93 View Post
    LOOOOL I was serious I already had told Plainy I'd show up here at some point... Just forgot (it was a month ago )
    Hej!! Hygge with me

    (limited vocab here ) nej!! tag min hand!!

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    LOL!!! I got the "tag min hand" (I've studied a little Old Norse) and 'hej'

    Have you heard the band Hej Matematik? I think I posted a link last month or something in the Cafe, from Plainy Måneblomst likes them, too!
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    Well thats all I know stop showing off

    No I havent

    Hello = Hej
    Whats up = Hva'sa
    How are you = Hvordan gur det
    What are you doing = Hvad laver du?

    Learn them

    Plainy - what is the ' for in Hva'sa?

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    All else I can say in Icelandic (see if Plainy gets this ):
    "þvi miður, en eg tala ekki íslensku!" (I think I missed an accent somewhere... Oh well )
    ♫ Elektrisk, elelektrisk, så elektrisk—känner pulsen slå!
    Ei sanota elämälle ei!

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    Velkommen to our hyggelig lil' thread girls
    Oooohh I'm so glad to see the both of you here ...FREAKS!

    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Plainy - what is the ' for in Hva'sa?
    Hvad så?

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly93 View Post
    All else I can say in Icelandic (see if Plainy gets this ):
    "þvi miður, en eg tala ekki íslensku!" (I think I missed an accent somewhere... Oh well )
    I don't have any difficulties with Norwegian and Swedish, but Icelandic is a little strange though
    The only part I understood of the sentence you wrote above is: [...] og jeg taler ikke islandsk:
    [...] and I don't speak Icelandic.. no?

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    Velkommen!! Nice.

    Do you mind? I'm liking Danish at the moment, you're a FREAK for not liking it

    Merci! Hvad sa??

    Is there a rule we should know about this? like in french they take it away when there are two vowels (or something like that lol) what's the reason in Danish?

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    Haha sorry, I just call everyone who likes Danish freaks
    It's obviously the oddest language in the world, and you guys wanna learn it..

    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Is there a rule we should know about this? like in french they take it away when there are two vowels (or something like that lol) what's the reason in Danish?
    Oh no no, it's just slang.. we normally never use apostrophes (not even in names)

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    Btw I know you don't have the Danish letters on your keyboards, instead type this:

    æ = ae
    ø = oe
    å = aa


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    I think it sounds nice Glem mig FTW

    Aaah skeen, okay thanks

    p.s and whats thanks in danish??

    Edit: 7adreen! ae, oe, aa

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    p.s and whats thanks in danish??
    Tak

    Mange tak: Thanks a lot.
    Tusind tak: Thousand thanks.

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    Tak! Mange tak!!

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    Det var så lidt, you're welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlainChaos View Post
    Det var så lidt, you're welcome
    That is long

    Do I pronounce the t's at the end? Or is it just d and g?

    Tak! (I like this, its easy )

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