I don't think this is a very good English sentence but at the same time I don't know how it should be improved... perhaps I support her working?
Although "I support her working" is a more natural-sounding sentence, "I support that she works" is still grammatically correct and is a much more direct translation of the Danish sentence, so I think that's why they've translated it this way.
These two last comments should not be in the negative numbers. They are correct in that this sounds like an error by a non-native English speaker. It isn't horribly grammatically incorrect, but it isn't how it should be constructed.
I think saying 'I support that she works' is just to be specific that you support her choice to work, 'I support her working' could be interpreted as you are helping her with her work or that you agree with her work. However, I do agree that 'I support her working' is the more probable sentence to be said.
"I support her work" means I agree with what she's doing. "I support her while she's working" suggests financial support, e.g. she's an artist or a volunteer or something. "I support her working" means you are in favour of her having a job.
yes, I think a lot of these plain danish statements require participles in english. Either like you say "I support her working"or else rephrased"I am happy that she works".
that would be a nicer way to put the sentence. It sounds a bit old fashion statement as it is now ;-)
I support the fact that she works - that would also sound OK to me, even if it is not a 1 to 1 translation from Danish.
I have a problem about pronunciation here... When I press for listening to the whole sentence, I can't even hear "AT". It was like it merged with "hun". So what is the correct pronunciation of "at" here. Thanks.
In this sentence is ´Support´ meaning to applaude her working or to help the lady do the work? Ir maybe it could mean both?
The verb to support is transitive, so it needs an object. An alternative sentence with the same meaning could be as follows:
I support the idea that she works.
I'm wondering: would it be clearer if we say "I support the fact that she works?" like ilmolleggi explained ?