yes... when i go to denmark, i am sure that everyone will ask if i have elephants-- and i will say yes!
"I have gots elephants" isn't accepted. "I have got elephants" is accepted and perfectly fine in British English
Du er heldig jeg havde nogle for, hvorfor har du mange hvorimod jeg ikke har har haft gjorde gjort gør gjorde ikke gøre donnut ikke kender ikke ikke knude knyttede knude hoved KNUDEHOVED!!!
I hear her say something like "ilefeter". For a person who has learnt Swedish as child, Danish is a true riddle: how can a language, which in its written form is almost readily understandable, as spoken be a hopeless muddle? Did he who invented the Danish pronunciation aim at creating a secret language that the other Scandinavians would not understand? Anyway, as Danes apparently are able to converse with other Danes, it should not be altogether impossible to decipher the spoken language. A Swede can always ask a Dane to write down what he intends to say. In this way, the message can nearly always be reached.