I have the koala picture for everything except this. And I like how we're learning the same languages. Lol
Why did the chicken read the book?
Because it had to study for the eggsams. Eh? Eh? Ok ill see myself out.
Which is hard to do, since they're nocturnal. They have to wait for a full moon and then binge read. ;)
That chicken is not a common one, it is Darles Chickens, writer of 'The adventures of Oliver Twist'.
I will never forget this sentence, and I respect very much the Danish chicken
hearing the "N" sounds at the end of the words in this sentence is an act of faith
The chickens never learn to read in that story. Which must make it a rather insulting book to them.
I was like "Doesn't it mean chicken, hm, but chicken can't read, maybe I am wrong" NO I WASN'T
that`s so fun
They say danish education is free and excellent, maybe they teach their chickens too, why not?
"Kylling" and "kyllingen" sound the same for me, as well as other words with the ending "-en".
I want to be that chicken. I seldom read books, don't have enough time :(
Hahaha thats funny
I realize that a sentence can be factually untrue and grammatically correct, but bizarre sentences like this one always make me assume I've mistranslated something.
I cannot for the life of me hear the -en at the end of kyllingen, even when listening on slow. sigh
I finally figured it out! Danish sounds like a Scottish person. Everything ends in the "a" sound. No wonder nobody else in the Nordic Triangle gets them. By the way, are there any Scottish learners of Danish here?
I was right Chickens will take over the world!!!!!!!!!! i knew it from day 1 They are so smart already.
Cute? yes. Helpful in learning the language to have anthropomorphic animals? not really Let's have some more realistic sentences. If the horse can do it, so can the lesson creators.
Actually, I would argue that having wacky sentences is a good way to keep you engaged. The feeling you get when you understand something really weird is a memorable one, so perhaps it helps you remember the words.
Yes "manden bruge støvsugeren" is so unrealistic you'll remember it easily when you read it
I don't get how having a chicken reading a book would be any less helpful from having a human or the name of a person, you'll still be learning what you need to learn. In fact, you're even learning (or reinforcing) the gender of 'chicken' where seems a lot of people are having trouble learning the genders of specific nouns in this language/course.