"Zombierspiserhjernerogandredeleafmennesket."

Translation:Zombies eat brains and other parts of humans.

4 years ago

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A varied diet is just what the doctor ordered.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Kristo-

I have waited a long time just to learn this sentence in Danish.

2 years ago

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How delightful. LOL

3 years ago

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hvorfor har I skrevet mennesket ? Det skulle have været mennesker/ menneskene, når hjerner er i flertal.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/TroelsJaco1

Jeg er indfødt dansker. Jeg tager kurset for at få en idé om hvilken kvalitet materialet har. For mig lyder det altså rigtigt. Man bruger ikke normalt ordet menneske i bestemt ental, hvis man skal omtale et bestemt menneske vil man sige "det menneske", eller meget mere normalt "personen" eller "den person".

"Mennesket" passer bedre med det engelske ord "man" som i "wonders of man" bliver til "menneskets vidunderer".

1 year ago

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"....parts of the human." is not natural. It would be "parts of the human body", or "parts of humans".

3 years ago

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Has been fixed.

2 months ago

https://www.duolingo.com/SunniZulu

Help me here...is the plural form of menneske (human) mennesker not mennesket (the human)?

1 year ago

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You are correct. The Danish sentence is strange. "Mennesket" is the general collective name for "The human", which, in this case, in English is normally referred to as "The human body"; certainly not "Humans".

1 year ago
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