Can somebody help me with the pronunciation of brød? I am having difficulty pronouncing it.
like u chock on water. the sound should come from the back of the throat
Love the explanation
You say it like "boh-e" but at the back of your throat
Brød is bread
I like danish!
not in this exercise, but can I say "et vand" for "a water" and "et brød" for "a bread"? I'm asking here because there's no sentences with a water and a bread yet.
well kind of, but with one mistake. vand is EN not ET....
as in English: you cant say "a water" then it means "a bottle of water" which is the same in danish;
"en vand, tak!" "a water, please!" (en flaske vand, tak!)
"Et brød" is correct
thank you !! :)
Why is brødet wrong here?
That would translate to "the bread". The -et and -en suffixes are used instead of an indefinite article in Danish
my key board does not have a slash o
Cellphone or laptop?
How do you pronounce the word of brod/bread ? Someone break it down for me please
Please can somebody explain me which linking word i must use for "and "
It is used a "the"
Pay attention to the accents - what if your keyboard doesn't have them
I think brod is pronouced a lil' bit like pork
My keys dont have the danish letters
You can get around this by using "ae" for "æ", "oe" for "ø" and "aa" for "å". These should be accepted by Duolingo.
Alternatively you can change your keyboard layout (for Windows 7 and later: here)
alt gr + z for æ, alt gr + l for ø
Also, on an Apple computer, you can hold down the letter it's closest to and get different options to choose from, as well as using a keyboard shortcut that I'll list here.
option + a = å
option + o = ø
option + ' = æ
Why is there no full stop option?
Full stop option for what? When typing the full stop (or question mark or exclamation mark, depending on the sentence) isn't required
Which comes in very handy as it saves time (and effort!). Now, I can understand why in this day and age some people still insist on writing properly, believe it or not.