Finally Finished My Danish Tree!
Well folks it's been quite some time (since January to be precise), but last night I finally conquered the Danish tree. The course contributors did an INCREDIBLE job with the Danish course and I've really enjoyed learning Danish over the past months. I especially like that the sentences are so much fun instead of the usual boring standbys. Some of my favourites are "When did the fox say that he would drink wine today?", "Tomorrow we will destroy the badger's house.", and the numerous sentences about bears doing unnatural things. Everything was incredibly through and presented in a way that made things easy to understand.
Thank you Team Danish!!
Tillykke! I'm going much slower, two weeks ago I passed the last checkpoint and I started the course in November :) But now I'm also taking danish classes, so I'm improving my actual danish knowledge and ability to speak and write much faster. Hoping I'll be done by February/March!
I suppose I did see a few sentences that could be considered mildly sexist, although as IanEvison said I also liked the playfulness regarding gender roles as well. They would have had to come up with so many sentences, so the few sentences that may be a bit gender-stereotyped so to speak are most likely just coincidental.