C'mon, be proud of the country where you were born :]
Jeg er i fra Danmark. ( this is what I heard) I supposed to write Jeg er fra Danmark, but when I listen the slow one...it sounds like i fra...
Google translate does not pronounce the i before fra. Is that right or this one right?
Native here; there is no "i" in this sentence. "Jeg er fra Danmark" is the only correct translation. Some people mention hearing an "i" in the recording. This may be a fault with the automated speech program.
Then that would be 'I am in Denmark.' - 'Jeg er i Danmark.' If that were the case.
So this sentence, "jeg er fra Danmark." Can someone please tell me where to insert the word "ikke" into it to say "I am not from Denmark"? I'm having trouble remembering where to put the word for 'not' in a sentence. :)
It's for any pronoun with the verb 'to be' :) Jeg er, Du er, Hun/han/det er, de er, vi er.