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"A hundred new buildings are being built in the town in June."

Translation:Hundred nye bygninger bliver bygget i byen i juni.

3 years ago

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Is this a tongue twister?

3 years ago

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you are right, you can use it as tongue twister :)

1 year ago

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it's called "hundrede" and not "hundred" in Danish

1 year ago

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Kan b├ąde hundred og hundrede ikke bruges? http://ordnet.dk/ddo/ordbog?query=hundred

1 year ago

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in the Danish dictionary I own, there is only the "hundrede" form. And in my 10 years of living in Denmark and teaching math in Danish, I never met the "hundred" form anywhere. While the "hundred" form may be valid, it rarely (if ever) seems to be used.

1 year ago