"I speak Danish."
Translation:Jeg snakker dansk.
In danish taler is more educated where as snakker can be anything. Et snakkehoved is a person that speaks to much !
Jeg taler dansk was the suggested translation I got. Is that even correct?:0
I would say that taler is the correct word. Taler and snakker are like speak and talk. In Danish we speak (taler) a language and we talk to (snakker med) each other.
I used to study Danish on my own, and I learned "taler" for "to speak". Duolingo is not accepting it .
Do other languages in Danish end with the "sk"? Since English is "engelsk," and Danish is "dansk."
Almost all languages end with "sk". E.g. German=tysk, French=fransk, Italian=italiensk, Chinese=kinesisk
There are exceptions, but I guess those are all loan words like Swahili and Urdu (the only one that come to mind)
So easy i speak lots of danish but i come from philipine now im in danmark where we speak danish
Is snakker pronounced with a hard or soft k? In words like drikker its a real k sound but this sounds more like snogg instead of snakk
Sometimes when you have two k's together it makes a soft 'g' sound, like in 'ikke', the two k's sound like a 'g'.