is there a custom in denmark for transitioning between du and de? The question arose in the russian forum - russians call it пить на брудершавт pit na bruderschaft, indicating its german origins. (you do it by linking arms at the elbow and drinking from your mug. ) the poster asked what the custom was called in danish, so im doing the research.
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Grammar introduction Danish Speakdanish
Besides an extremely large number of other nouns, nearly all those that end with unstressed -e take it, as does the vast majority of those that end with a monophthong other than -e. The zero plural ending is predominantly used with neuter nouns. A large number of monosyllabic nouns that end with a consonant or.
Danish ( d e n () dansk pronounced (), dansk sprog tnsk spw) is a north germanic language spoken by about six million people, principally in denmark, greenland and in the region of southern schleswig in northern germany, where it has minority language status. Also, minor danish-speaking communities are found in norway, sweden, spain, the united states, canada.
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Danish drinking / du og De Duolingo
While du is the traditionally familiar mode of address, it is since the early 70s the standard in almost all circumstances, possibly capitalized in formal communications.
Nouns danish nouns (things) have two genders, which are shown by the articles en and et a car en bil a house et hus there are some obscure rules about when to use en and when to use et, but you neednt worry about them. As your danish improves, you will just naturally remember which one to use.
The danish cadastre the danish cadastre is the basis for all land registration in denmark. Consisting of a country-wide cadastral map, an official register and a cadastral archive, this resource plays a central role in the public management and administration of land ownership.