My Danish friends tell me it is the women who pursue the men there because the men are so passive.
As someone living in Denmark for a while - yeah, the women are often in charge of stereotypically masculine things/ideas/actions.
sweet... another reason i wish flights costed less than 2600 dollars from california... :(
Can this also mean "The girl chases the boy" like it can in English? Or does it only mean "The girl runs after the boy (runs)"?
If you wanted to really drive that sentence home, "The girl chases the boy", then you'd say "Pigen jagter drengen". Although then it can quickly sound like a horror movie scenario!
Wow, I am starting to realise how much of English is so much like the structure of Danish. Our verbs are the same, our compound verb plus preposition verbs are the same, same word order (except for the inversion of the subject and the verb for the question), etc etc. So easy and fun!
Yes. I'm actually finding it easier than German, having studied that for 2 years at school.
yeah, but sometimes, whole sentences are the same as swedish and norweigan. danish is like german that is as soft as french, i think.
Same dude I was studying german for 3 years and I hate it so much , danish is better than german
Danish has much much simpler grammar than German: fewer verb forms, lacking the complicated case system for nouns and pronouns, and word order is much more natural for an English speaker.
After "The bread is behind him", he goes : "No, I'll never relinquish my bread" !