Translation:A duck and a spider are drinking water.
Whenever I listen to this lady speak, it's like my 2 year old nephew trying to tell me something.
I've heard Danish described as "drunk Swedish," so it's probably more naturally pronounced /nan an/.
It's funny and helps remember, but they surely could be teaching more useful phrases
It's not so much about the phrases, it's more about learning the structure of how to build a sentence. Having sometimes funny sentences helps me to remember the names of different animals too!
Words can either be common (en) or neuter (et). And is an en-word: en and, anden, ænder. Where have you seen a word take -end? [2019/05/11]
Cool. So that is why Bilbo, in The Hobbit, calls a spider Attercop. It must be an old English word from Norse.