Is "it is not that different" (emphasis on "thát") incorrect? "That" is listed as a hint?
It is correct, report it. When saying "det er ikke så anderledes" you can emphasize "så" to get exactly the same meaning.
How would you say 'We are not so different, you and I' ? I'm trying to get my villain on in Danish.
'Vi er ikke så anderledes, du og jeg' maybe?
The sound does not seem correct. I have played it repeatedly and the sound cuts the "t "on "det" so that it sounds like De and not Det at the beginning of the sentence.
yeah, I got that wrong too, because I had the 'write what you hear' lesson on this and I hear 'de' not 'det'.
Dansk? Ja det er!
is "anderledes" an adjective or an adverb here?
I understand that in this example the adverb is "så"
Is there any difference between "for" and "så"?
Is it not acceptable there is no difference?