Translation:I am a bear.
You may never know, whether in life you will meet a wild group of Danish speaking bears. In this case you will definitely use this sentence to convince them.
The irish course says that i was an apple, and now i am a bear :D
At Dutch course: I am a banana
Is úll mé.
i think i win. french said i was an oddball
The Welsh course: I am a dragon. Sometimes the dragon has a sandwich too.
A few minutes ago I was a turtle now I am a bear
Me too LoL
No... I'm a slithery little snakeee!
Lol, I search to see if others wonder how to pronounce this, but instead find how we were turtles a few moments ago and now we are bears XDXD Wow I love the Danish course! Every other one seems to be so serious
That's why I looked at the comments also and got side-tracked! Glad you reminded me :-) It is just me or do these 4 words all sound like one to others?
These do haha, I have just been told to develop an ear for the words XD Congratulations on your streak by the way!
how do you do that? i mean your streak?
said in gay bars all over denmark
And I thought I was a bat...
You a batman fan?
“I am a Bear of Very Little Brain, and long words bother me.”
-A. A. Milne, authour of Winnie-the-Pooh
I have become a Disney character, apparently... Brave, anyone?
... and we have Spanish penguins walking around too ...
I like trains
Well, the secrets out...
As a man whose name roughly translates to "Bear Man", I appreciate this sentance.
Sounds like she's trying to pick up somebody with that line.
Useful phrase at last!
NO IM NOT!!
You speak good danish for a bear.
I think this has some russian influences. Rwaarrrr