Translation:You are telling me about your spider.
Please don't tell me about your spider. (Thank you Danish Team for not including any pictures of spiders in this course!)
Spiders are actually very useful animals. ;-) And I must say, they are really nice here in DK. Some are much bigger then in my homecountry. The only problem, they all want to come indenfor so I have to bring them out all the time. By the way,are there any poisonous spiders in DK? (lille kultur lektion :-) ).
Yes, the European black widow does occur in Denmark, although it's very rare to see one. (I haven't yet.)
Or somebody talking to Wilbur the Pig from 'Charlotte's Web'. Wilbur talked A LOT about Charlotte.
The verb also needs to be changed. Danish distinguishes the active from the imperative.
This is precisely the kind of conversation I aspire to one day have with my friends. At the moment, however, I should probably just focus on getting a friend...
Sounds like my gramma's talking to my little brothers about their pet tarantula they put in my bed! (Why is she never angry about that?) #BigSister
Just by the way in case you havent noticed and dont generally know what you ate talking about... you are talking about your spider!!!