Danish Assignments (overview and QA)
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Danish Language Assignments
Is Duolingo getting a little too repetitive for you? Do you crave writing in Danish, but don't know what to write about? Do you want to become better at understanding spoken Danish? Then stay put!
Your eyes are not lying to you, we are attempting an experiment and we will be perfecting this along the way. We are going to start posting a new Danish assignment as often as possible. The assignments will mostly be writing and occasionally with some reading or listening included.
Q: So what is this?
A: This is an opportunity for you to practice your Danish and have somebody correct your work
Q: Who's doing the correcting?
A: Anybody can help correcting. Think a bit like the Immersion, where people will "vote" for the best correction
Q: So how will this work?
A: Every assignment will have its own thread here on Duolingo. To submit your assignment simply make a comment in the related assignment thread (a list over all assignments can be found below). If you feel authorised to correct an assignment do so by answering the comment containing the assignment you want to correct or praise. #*Keep a decent tone. We are all here to learn, learning is difficult and mistakes are inevitable :)
Q: How difficult will the assignments be?
A: We are going to create 3 different levels which the assigments will be in: Beginner (I), Intermediate (II), and Advanced (III). Assignments will be assigned recommended levels, e.g. some assignments will be recommended for only Advanced, some will be recommended for Beginner and Intermediate, but nobody says you can't do the assignment no matter your level. We will also have assignments that are recommended for all levels.
Q: Where will I find the assignments?
A: You will find a link to all the given assignments right here!
Q: Great, when do we start?
A: Right now! Your first assignments are already down below! Please do not submit your assignments in this comment section, but use the links below to get to the correct thread. :)
- https://www.duolingo.com/comment/6577177 Introduce yourself (I, II, III)
- https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9331355 Constructing your own sentences (I)
- https://www.duolingo.com/comment/7180398 Read an article and give a resumé (II, III)
- https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9330745 Understanding a Danish Disney song (II, III)
- https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9339671 Listen to the news, answer questions in Danish (II, III)
- https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9339999 Listen to Danish rap + questions (the assignment is explained in Danish)
Held og lykke! Vi glæder os til at høre fra jer - Team Danish Dynamite
Okay, im danish i have lived here all my life (sorry if you cant understand my english), but i understand you, i can understand a Norweagian, but dont think you are bad beacause you cant understand danish, danish is hard too learn, but i dont know how much you have seen danish or norwegian television, but if you see danish youtuber or norwegian you can learn a lot from that. Just say if you want help with your danish @Blurhead.
Hello! Because one thing is that there's not a great demand for it, most Danes speak decent English - but we actually wanted to create such a course, and I can't remember Duolingo's exact answer, but they would have to create a whole new Danish interface to make an English course for Danes, and then they would have to do it for the Swedes and Norwegians too. We suggested a joined interface for three nordic language (just like on shampoo bottles in the north), and I think they said they would think about it - but that's a long time ago now so maybe she should try memrise? She could learn some vocabulary there :) Also just reading English books or hearing English audio books helps a lot :P