You definitely need to add sugar when you're cooking cats, they can be quite bitter in taste.
I don't know german coffee, what I know for sure, is that they like black coffee...
Is the pronunciation of "uden" close to "uglen" or even the same? Maybe the "e" is more silent in the word "uden"? And another question: if I want to order a coffee with milk (a latte), without sugar, 1) it should be: "Jeg vil gerne have en kaffe med mælk og uden sukker."? Can I leave "og"? 2) Or do you use en/et (?) latte instead of "kaffe med mælk"? 3) "Jeg vil have en kaffe..." is also polite?
Thanks a lot :)
Don't know about your coffee question, but I think there is a clear difference between the pronunciation of "ugle" and "uden".
While "ugle" has a very distinct "Le" sound at the end, "uden" has a very light "then" (Danish soft d + "en") sound.
Tak! Yes, now I tend to hear the difference, but for the first time they sounded very similar...
I'm trying to remember the last time I ordered a coffee in a full sentence. In a busy city it's usually a quick; "Coff, white, without, thanks." I think I need to visit Denmark and slow down.