"You have plates."

Translation:Du har tallerkner.

October 16, 2014



"Du" and "I" can both mean "you" in Danish. Am I correct?

October 16, 2014


Yes, by the table I found, I think that "Du" is the singular version of "you" and "I" is the plural version of "you", but that may be an oversimplification of it. "I" could be like the French "vous" for all I know. I hope the duoLingo Danish collection of threads will soon put the pronoun information in. https://www.duolingo.com/comment/4277767 http://www.speakdanish.dk/en/grammar/pronoun-pers-table.php https://www.duolingo.com/skill/da/Plurals/2

October 18, 2014


You are correct - "Du" is the singular version of "you" and "I" is the plural version of "you".

October 23, 2014


It let me away with tallerkener, but truth be told I was half guessing.

May 12, 2015


So are "tallerkener" and "tallerkner" both acceptable spellings? Are they pronounced the same?

July 2, 2016


I hate how letters change where they are between plurals and non-plurals: Tallerken turns into Tallerkner for some reason...

August 3, 2018
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