Playing 'spin the bottle?
What does this have to do with travel?
maybe he doesn't know where to go to.
when you visit pubs in ireland ?
Why would you need to say it in Danish in Ireland?
danish people can go to ireland if they want
People get really bored on long train rides? (I have no idea.)
Ha, so that's where the Finnish word 'dreija' (also 'vääntöpyörä') = 'potter's wheel' comes from!
This should be snurrer. Han snurer flasken. drejer is to turn.
I thought (with my Afrikaans knowledge - 'Hy draai die bottel') it means: He turns/rotates the bottle (e.g. so that the label face the front).
Why is rotate wrong?
This explains where the word dreidl comes from.
the bartender i presume
I hope it lands on me
For some reason "He dries the bottle" was my first thought on this sentence...
Of all the sentences they could give you that might be useful, how often would you use this?!!!
This sentence is useful to learn the language.
Er han Rahan med en flask ?