Endelig Færdig med det Danske Træ!
In wake of finishing the Danish tree, I'd like to thank the Danish team for a fantastic job well done! This is the best course I've come across on Duo, and as such is the first tree I've ever actually finished! The explanations were clear, content engaging, and the team always on top of my constant (and surely annoying) stream of error reports. Though I was not new to Danish when I started, I learned plenty along the way and had the opportunity to befriend many other Danish learners on the site, including some of the Danish team (you know who you are ;) ). When the Danish course was first released last year, I nearly cried with excitement; what followed did not disappoint. En sidste stor tak til alle jer, og held og lykke i fremtiden! Og husk at spise kartofler ;)
I've always wanted to learn French and German, so I've really been hustling on those. But I've been eyeing Danish as the next tree to finish that I never knew I always wanted! I sampled them all and really liked Danish! Congrats on the achievement!
Sadly, being able to hear the difference when spoken and being able to remember when asked to produce are quite different things haha. The thing about language is you're always learning... even in your native one. It hurts me how many native English speakers don't know the difference between the classic your/you're, their/there/they're, to/too. But hey. We all struggle with somethin :P
Tillykke! Alle skal huske at spise kartofler, fordi det er en dyd at spise kartofler! Hvilke sætninger fra kursen kunne du bedst lide? Der er så mange sjove og interessante eksempler i kursen, men jeg synes at "Det er en dyd at spise kartofler." var nok en af mine favoritter.
Hmm...der var bare så mange fremragende sætninger. Jeg kunne særlig godt lide 'anden er ansvarlig', men jeg ved ikke rigtig hvorfor haha. Det lyder til mig som 'remember guys, no matter what happens, it was the ducks fault! Kay? Kay. All in agreement here." Hvad heder 'scapegoat' på dansk? ;)
Tillykke! Jeg var færdig med mit danske træ for tre eller fire dage siden. Now I'm just keeping my skills strengthened, lingering, and wondering what language to do next. I haven't touched my Spanish tree since I started Danish (or even before that), and I don't really want to go back to it.
So now that you've finished your first tree in Danish, which language are you going to focus on now?
Oh wow, you sure did! Thank you haha XD I lived in Denmark for a year when I was 16, which helped a lot in breaking the comfort barrier. Made it much easier to learn/pick up again when I found duo. Good luck with your tree! You seem to be quite the polyglot, I'm sure you'll pick it up in no time.
oh that's so cool! I've never been there, it's on my bucket list... I love danish so much, it's a lot of fun but I put down that tree to finish most of the other trees I started first (italian, portuguese, french, german & dutch) - I'm almost done with french now, which means german/dutch/danish/swedish next, I'm "supposed" to do german first but I'll probably go straight to dutch or danish & finish those cuz I loves thems sos!! oh & you're welcome! I get so many lingots all the time I like to share with friends and folks that seem cool.
Jeg har en dansk kæreste hvem bor her i København. Den er min største grund til at lære dansk. :) Jeg føler mig ret dårligt når jeg er her og forstår ingenting om deres sprog. Jeg tænker om at flytte til Danmark dette år. Hvad er din grund og planer du at komme til Danmark?
Haha, det forstår jeg godt. Jeg var faktisk en udvekslingsstudent i Danmark når jeg var seksten og sytten år. Derfor har jeg lært dansk den første gang. Jeg vidste slet ingen dansk da jeg kom lol. Men jeg skal måske tilbage igen i et par år til at gå på forskerskolen! Det skulle være københavn eller aarhus