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Russia F1Z1K_love_AdreN 
Could you please check if I wrote all the prepositions correct? And which preposition is required in 10th sentence? 1. Jeg gjorde det med hensyn til ham. 2. Du har øget risiko for sukkersyge. 3. Hans reaktion på det var helt uafventet. 4. Nu interesserer han sig for fodbold, men han har bevaret interesse for håndbold. 5. Han har taget 4 kilo på. 9. Jeg kan ikke vænne mig til kaffe, men det burde jeg altså gøre. 10. Hans opfattelse af jura er meget mærkelig. Efter min opfattelse, er det ikke noget ... ham. 11.Vi skal finde ud af hvordan de her to emner hænger sammen . 12. Jeg har bestemt mig for at bo alene. 13. Hun går meget ud fra at træne hver dag. 14. Lad os gå i gang med projektet. Thank you in advance!
2020-05-25 13:12
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#2
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Denmark kebabmix 
13. Hun gør meget ud af at træne hver dag.
2020-05-25 13:16
but it is "går" there
2020-05-25 13:16
#8
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Denmark V1tus 
you wouldnt say går, in that case kebabmix is correct
2020-05-25 13:18
idk, it is how it is stated in the test, I even asked the teacher :(
2020-05-25 13:20
#16
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Denmark V1tus 
then i shall correct her
2020-05-25 13:24
:D
2020-05-25 13:49
You could say "Hun går meget ud FOR at træne hver dag".
2020-05-25 13:29
Ok, tusind tak!
2020-05-25 13:49
#94
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Denmark V1tus 
you unfortunately cannot say this, it is not grammatically correct
2020-05-25 22:34
she doin you wrong bro. link her this thread and let her see how fucked up her test was. hope you have top score
2020-05-25 14:33
#4
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Looks fine, only thing is 13. where you have to change går to gør
2020-05-25 13:17
What is in 10th where it is "..."? And I asked the teacher, she said it is "går" (we are writing a test rn)
2020-05-25 13:18
for
2020-05-25 13:18
Thank you!
2020-05-25 13:49
#10
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Denmark V1tus 
er det ikke noget (for) ham
2020-05-25 13:19
#11
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Is your teacher danish? Because the correct phrase is definetely gør. If you say går, then you have to rephrase it to: "Hun går meget op i at træne hver dag". In 10 you have to inset "for"
2020-05-25 13:21
the verb is "går" there, but I have to put 2 prepositions there
2020-05-25 13:21
#17
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Then I would say: Hun går meget op i at træne hver dag. To 1 I would say: Jeg gjorde det af hensyn til ham To 4 I would say: Nu interesserer han sig for fodbold, men han har fortsat(instead of bevaret) interesse for håndbold. To 9 I would remove "altså", it is just a filling word which makes no real sense in that sentence And to 3 you have to use uventet instead of uafventet
2020-05-25 13:26
Thank you! But about other words: they're not mine, it's just a task we got from our teacher where we had to put the correct prepositions, so they don't really matter
2020-05-25 13:49
Bro, you were absolutely right, I should've listened to you :( But anyways, I got A (90/100) imgur.com/a/JhT64yz
2020-05-25 20:23
#21
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Denmark DanishDelight 
Ah i gotta disagree here.. Går seems correct in that sentence 'hun går meget ud (udenfor) for at træne hver dag' he is not saying 'hun gør meget ud af at træne hver dag'
2020-05-25 13:29
I see you at least graduated 9th grade.
2020-05-25 13:32
#23
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Denmark DanishDelight 
it sounds like you didnt. was 7th too difficult? or well looks more like i completely misunderstood your message :/ my bad
2020-05-25 13:34
You misunderstood. I called the other danes braindead for not being able to see it was like you said. "udenfor". = The other danes didnt graduate 9th, but we did bro
2020-05-25 13:36
#26
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Denmark DanishDelight 
yeah sorry that went a little quick. getting too used to everybody talking shit here
2020-05-25 13:36
No worries, I did talk shit tho, just not too you :-p
2020-05-25 13:36
#28
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Lol I have a Masters Degree from CBS frnd) nice try though
2020-05-25 13:37
No worries, it is a weird sentence.
2020-05-25 13:37
#30
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Yup
2020-05-25 13:38
#25
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Then as you correctly say, he would have to use "udenfor" instead of "ud" and remove "meget" since "meget" as a fill word would remove the meaning of "hver dag". The meaning chances indeed, so it depends on what he means with the phrase
2020-05-25 13:40
#68
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Denmark DanishDelight 
not sure it's needed to remove 'meget', as she could be going outside alot to train, but then it wouldnt be needed to say every day, so yes i agree it mostly depends on what he actually means. forresten, er du stoppet på bold? syntes ikke man ser dig derinde så meget mere
2020-05-25 14:10
Thank you for help!
2020-05-25 13:48
#5
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Denmark V1tus 
4 seems a bit off, same with 1 and 9. overall its pretty good
2020-05-25 13:17
Thank you!
2020-05-25 13:48
1. Jeg gjorde det med hensyn til ham. I would say: Jeg gjorde det af hensyn til ham.
2020-05-25 13:18
Ordnet.dk says "med"
2020-05-25 13:47
it depends if there is more to the sentence, if this is the whole sentence then I'm pretty sure that "Jeg gjorde det af hensyn til ham" is most correct.
2020-05-25 13:51
The lesson is over, unfortunately, but I'll definitely ask about it next time we have lesson with her (on Friday). Thank you!
2020-05-25 13:53
np
2020-05-25 14:02
I would say "med" as well but "af" is correct as well
2020-05-25 14:16
#14
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Iceland viggerey 
Hans reaktion på det var helt uafventet I would use uventet
2020-05-25 13:22
#34
2020-05-25 13:46
#15
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Denmark Holo3 
3. Hans reaktion på det var helt uafventet. Hans reaktion på det var helt uventet. Close enuff!
2020-05-25 13:22
It's just a task we got from our teacher where we had to put the correct prepositions But thank you alligevel!
2020-05-25 13:46
1. Jeg gjorde det "af" hensyn til ham. dunno 2. Du har øget risiko for sukkersyge. 3. Hans reaktion på det var helt "uforventet". "uafventet" is not a word - maybe you are looking for "uforventet" or "uventet"? 4. Nu interesserer han sig for fodbold, men han har bevaret "sin" interesse for håndbold. He has kept "HIS" interest for handball 5. Han har taget "fire" kilo på. as a rule numbers up till 10 is written with letters. 9. Jeg kan ikke vænne mig til kaffe, men det burde jeg altså gøre. 10. Hans opfattelse af jura er meget mærkelig. Efter min opfattelse, er det ikke noget "for" ham. "its nothing FOR him"? 11.Vi skal finde ud af, hvordan de her to emner hænger sammen . 12. Jeg har bestemt mig for at bo alene. 13. Hun går meget ud fra at træne hver dag. "meget ud fra" -- "Hun går meget ud for at træne hver dag" 14. Lad os gå i gang med projektet.
2020-05-25 13:33
Thank you for help! About other words: they're not mine, it's just a task we got from our teacher where we had to put the correct prepositions
2020-05-25 13:46
What? So you got a sentence like this: 1. Jeg gjorde det _____ hensyn til ham. AND then you got this???: 13. Hun går meget ud ____ at træne hver dag. you can say,: "Hun går meget ud for at træne hver dag." it's just a weird sentence. But then again, so is many of those sentences exercises. Your teacher forgot a comma in sentence 11 :p Why you have you chosen to learn danish????
2020-05-25 13:56
She must've taken from an Icelandic resource, I think that's why there are some typos and other weird stuff. About why I've chosen to learn Danish you can read here (sorry if it's TL) hltv.org/forums/threads/2164185/danes-co.. The words about the textbooks are outdated, we've already finished them and now have new ones (ekko and sider af dansk kultur)
2020-05-25 13:56
The comma in in 11. shouldnt be there. My friend circumsized helped me remember, the "hv-rule". But she did write "uafventet" and that is nonsense! Cool, i give it a read.
2020-05-25 13:58
Could've been just a typo, she's very good at Danish (she speaks more than 10 languages)
2020-05-25 13:59
Sure, she probably is better at danish gramma than i am :-------)
2020-05-25 14:01
Is it sarcasm or what? Her Danish (especially grammar) is really good
2020-05-25 14:02
No sarcasm. The emoji with a long nose is me, bc your teacher probably would beat my ass in a gramma stand off.
2020-05-25 14:04
I don't think your grammar is bad since you're a Dane, but anyways, there are Danes, whose grammar makes even my eyes bleed This for example: imgur.com/a/5B2KQFN
2020-05-25 14:07
hahaha, that hurts
2020-05-25 14:10
I think 13 could be - Hun gør meget ud af at træne hver dag.
2020-05-25 14:13
Yea, but he is presented with a sentence like this: 13. Hun går meget ud ____ at træne hver dag. But maybe you are right, a simple ø/å mistake.
2020-05-25 14:20
No, there wasn't "ud" there
2020-05-25 14:21
I just took it from your thread. was it: 13. "Hun går meget ____ fra at træne hver dag"?
2020-05-25 14:22
No, it was: "Hun går meget ____ _____ at træne hver dag" Yes, I see it now, it could've made you confused, sorry for that :D
2020-05-25 14:28
Ah, yes, but then it is: "Hun går meget ud for at træne hver dag." might be a ø-å mistake and i should be: "Hun gør meget ud af at træne hver dag."
2020-05-25 14:31
#19
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Denmark Kon10R 
1. Jeg gjorde det af hensyn til ham. 3. Hans reaktion på det var helt uventet. 4. Nu interesserer han sig for fodbold, men er stadig glad for håndbold: (A matter of taste.) 11. Vi skal finde ud af, hvordan disse to emner hænger sammen. 13. Hun finder det bedst at træne hver dag. Much of it depends on the context, but your Danish isn't too shabby! 😎👍
2020-05-25 13:28
WE DID THE SAME CORRECTIONS EVEN THE COMMA IN 11. WANNA BE FRENDS?
2020-05-25 13:43
#49
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
Actually you're both wrong about the comma in 11. There should never be commas in front of af dependant cause (hv-words).
2020-05-25 13:55
WHAT IS THIS RULE
2020-05-25 13:56
FUCK YOU, YOU GOT ME AT LAST
2020-05-25 13:56
#53
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
They changed the comma rules during my highschool, it was confusing as fuck for me aswell
2020-05-25 13:57
It's funny, cause i called you braindead. crazy how the table has turned. I remember something about a new "hv-rule". - completely forgot. must have done that mistake plenty of times.
2020-05-25 14:00
#64
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
I've been called alot of worse things than braindead, its all fine mate ;-)
2020-05-25 14:05
And i didn't even write it to you. I talked shit behind yo back to another user. Ur fault for east droppin' :p Take care sir Sir_Cum
2020-05-25 14:08
Btw, I remember you since my first thread (and there were around 20 threads of mine) about Danish. I must say I really appreciate that you (and all other Danes) help me. Thank you again.
2020-05-25 13:57
#57
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Denmark Sir_Cumcised 
You're welcome mate. You can always send PM's aswell if you need help with anything
2020-05-25 14:00
Så siger vi det 😎 Added your profile to the bookmarks
2020-05-25 14:01
Thank you so much!
2020-05-25 13:43
#65
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Denmark JKTP 
I can't believe it You chose Danish over like Spanish and German. That is so rare it often doesn't even happen in like Sweden let alone Russia
2020-05-25 14:07
Why not mate Denmark (and Scandinavia in general) has its unique history and culture (we're having a textbook called "sider af dansk kultur"), and it's really interesting to learn. Our university provides 54 languages (you can choose any of them as 3rd language, but at my faculty there were German, Spanish, Italian, French and Danish), so it's a crime not to use this opportunity (I took Danish as 1st and English as 2nd btw, so we have 5 lessons on Danish per week). If I want to learn Spanish and German, I can do it myself later in other places, since it's much easier to find a language school/course for those languages.
2020-05-25 14:11
#72
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Denmark JKTP 
I think the obvious reply would be, only about 6-8 million people speak Danish while atleast 400 million speak spanish Danish is also a very illogical language unlike especially german which follows easy to understand rules and there for is a lot easier to teach. Danish has many exceptions and is often easier learned when you listen to is similarly to English
2020-05-25 14:13
Well, I've got used to Danish grammar and it's not that hard if you already speak at least one Germanic language, so I think it's easier than German (I used to learn German once, but gave it up later). By speaking Danish I can easily understand written Norwegian and a little bit Swedish, so I wouldn't consider it as a waste of time. But the hardest thing is... I think you are guessing what I'm talking about, it's pronunciation and ability to understand you when you speak. If we talk about Zealand and Copenhagen, I understand easily what they're saying (I've been learning danish for 1 year and 10 months and have never been to Denmark), but if I come across someone from Jutland... It's a disaster, I always ask them 100000 times to repeat something and they probably think I have mental issues :D
2020-05-25 14:18
a æ u å æ ø i æ å. can't consider yourself danish unless you know what that means
2020-05-25 14:31
What is this for helvede
2020-05-25 14:44
Jeg er ude på øen i åen. Now mindfuck your teacher. :D
2020-05-25 15:14
#84
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Denmark JKTP 
Danish ultra difficult edition
2020-05-25 15:29
Not that hard even for me tbh :D Døde røde rødøjede rådne røgede ørreder med fløde is much harder
2020-05-25 16:02
#87
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Denmark Notallama 
A lot of these sentences seems correct, yet could be more correct given a broader context. An example is "Du har øget risiko for sukkersyge." which could be a lot more formal with a noun: "Du har en øget risiko for sukkersyge.". Another example is "...men han har bevaret interesse for håndbold" where the correct way to spell "interesse" would be "interessen", because it points back to the person he/she is talking about. 10. Doesn't make much sense to me. 13. "Hun går meget ud fra at træne hver dag." the correct way would be "Hun går meget ud for at træne hver dag", but I think it depends on what the phrase is supposed to be, because there's likely a better way to translate it.
2020-05-25 20:33
Thank you so much for help! But I've already got the results (imgur.com/a/JhT64yz ), and about the prepositions, I didn't make those sentences, I just had to put the correct prepositions, it was taken from an Icelandic recourse and there might be some flaws Men tak alligevel!
2020-05-25 20:42
#90
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Denmark Notallama 
There is a lot of errors in that text, both med/af would be correct for #1 and your correct way of spelling #9 was corrected to something wrong for some reason.. (If the crossed words were yours) Seems like you did better than your teacher in some aspects
2020-05-25 20:43
Well, in number 9 she didn't count it as a mistake since I misunderstood the context, the meaning was "I can't give up drinking coffee" In first sentence the comment was "af is used when we refer to people (with respect towards him)", and some people above corrected it to "af" Is my 1st part good btw? (Unfortunately, there are some stupid mistakes like "Jeg kan ikke koncentrere sig", idk how I could write that)
2020-05-25 20:46
#92
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Denmark Notallama 
Your only crucial mistake wes in 4. where you didn't get the word for "substitute". Other that that it's semantics and knowing specific phrases in Danish, where any Danish speaker would know what you mean, although they are indeed mistakes. All in all, you seem to have a decent understanding but I'd recommend practicing accusatives and nouns, it seems to be your biggest weaknesses.
2020-05-25 20:56
Well, thank you very much for pointing that out, I'm really trying to word at my language sensitivity skills, and I hope it'll come with practice. I can't stand it when someone makes mistakes in Russian (I mean native when native speakers make them ofc), so I want to become flawless at Danish, and such people like you are helping me with that, I really appreciate it. Thank you again.
2020-05-25 21:06
UPD: got the results already, thanks everyone for help
2020-05-25 20:36
you are welcome russer
2020-05-25 22:37
Slava Ukraini
2020-05-25 23:09
nt Karanay Sultanov ive reported u to Putin
2020-05-25 23:10
Russia, Dagestan, Ukraine, Brazil and Switzerland are brothers forever!
2020-05-25 23:42
Why Switzerland and Brazil?
2020-05-25 23:43
Because they were also a part of Rus', learn history
2020-05-25 23:47
Excuse me what Brazil?
2020-05-25 23:49
Yes. They conquered Smolensk and Pskov in 13th century, and their emperor Arman The Wisest united all those territories.
2020-05-25 23:51
nt Reported for being a brehlyva kacapska cyka hehe
2020-05-25 23:59
Haven't you heard of Boris "of 4 bloods", who was Konstantin's son? He tried to make a union with Switzerland (he was originally French), Krasnodar and Nizhny Novgorod? But it ended up with Philipp the Great from Kostroma fighting against that, and then Fedor from Moscow welcomed Boris in his territory
2020-05-25 23:57
nt Kiselev Keep that for ur zombies
2020-05-26 00:05
He is speaking the truth though...
2020-05-26 00:18
So are you denying that Rus' and Brazil are brothers? We've been brothers with Brazil and Switzerland for many centuries.
2020-05-26 00:20
#96
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Denmark BATISTUTA9 
Hans reaktion på det var helt uafventet. Hans reaktion på det var helt uventet. Nu interesserer han sig for fodbold, men han har bevaret interesse for håndbold Nu interesserer han sig for fodbold, men han har bevaret interessen for håndbold Hun går meget ud fra at træne hver dag. Hun gør meget ud af at træne hver dag.
2020-05-25 22:43
Thank you! About the word "uafventet", it was just the task, I only had to put the correct prepositions
2020-05-25 23:10
#119
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Sweden günT 
Are you no longer an admin?
2020-05-26 00:43
#126
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Denmark BATISTUTA9 
No, i stepped down to do other things :)
2020-05-27 22:32
"3. Hans reaktion på det var helt uafventet. " **3. Hans erektion på det var helt uventet.**
2020-05-26 00:42
#124
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Denmark Two_Inch_Man 
Top dollar
2020-05-26 00:59
#121
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Denmark Two_Inch_Man 
10. ... for ... ?
2020-05-26 00:47
#122
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Denmark Two_Inch_Man 
It’s not something that he should pursue. It’s just not his thing. It’s not “for” him.
2020-05-26 00:52
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