"The fall is from September to November."

Translation:Efteråret er fra september til november.

3 years ago

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What's wrong with "indtil"?

3 years ago

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It sounds weird. "fra ... til ..." is more or less a set expression.

3 years ago

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Danke, mange tak og muchas gracias, Viktor!

3 years ago

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"Høsten" was marked as a mistake, but the Wiktionary includes it as a valid translation. I reported it, but no matter what it would be nice if there is something interesting to say about it. Tak.

1 year ago

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Efteråret = 'after the spring'?

1 year ago

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året means the year.

Foråret = before the year (spring)

Efteråret = after the year (autumn)

It's how I remember them anyway, I think of it as before/after the middle of the year.

5 months ago
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