Danish: An Essential Grammar by Robin Allan

By Robin Allan

Danish: a necessary Grammar is a reference advisor to an important points of present Danish because it is utilized by local audio system. It specializes in these parts of Danish that pose specific difficulties for the learner yet while offers a large normal account of the language. The Grammar is the precise resource of reference for the learner of Danish within the early and center levels. It is acceptable both for self sustaining learn or for college kids in colleges, faculties, universities and grownup sessions of every kind. beneficial properties include:

* transparent, jargon-free causes * many tables and diagrams for additional readability * precise contents checklist * separate thesaurus of linguistic and grammatical phrases * particular index with key Danish and English phrases

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The particle end is often used with comparatives: Min bror er stærkere end din. My brother is bigger than yours. The adjectives anden, other, different; anderledes, different; and forskellig, different, dissimilar, also express dissimilarity: De to søskende er meget forskellige. The two siblings are very different. 3 Reinforcement: stadig+comparative ever aller-+superlative very Kvaliteten blev stadig værre. The quality got ever worse. Han var min allerbedste ven. He was my very best friend. 62 INFLEXION OF THE SUPERLATIVE In the same way as other adjectives in the positive form, the superlative inflects in the definite, adding an -e: Det er den kedeligste bog jeg har læst.

2 Many proverbs: NOUNS Historien gentager sig. Sådan er livet . 33 History repeats itself. That’s life. 3 Some idiomatic phrases for location and time: Han er i byen/tager til byen. But: Hun går i kirke/i skole/på arbejde. om vinteren/mandagen i julen/påsken He’s in town/going to town. She goes to church/school/ work. in winter/on Mondays at Christmas/Easter 41 ARTICLE USE—NO ARTICLE IN DANISH, DEFINITE ARTICLE IN ENGLISH 1 After certain words: Samme aften kom vi hjem. Næste dag var vejret dejligt.

Prices have fallen. They had left. A week has passed. Ten demonstrators were arrested. All the pupils had assembled. 5 In a few cases the inherent sense of the subject (plural) may override the strict grammatical number (singular): Man var uenige. Brudeparret var lykkelige /lykkeligt. They had a difference of opinion. The bridal couple were happy. DEFINITE DECLENSION 53 DEFINITE CONSTRUCTIONS There are three types of definite construction of adjective+noun: Common gender Neuter Plural TYPE 1 After the front articles den, det, de, the demonstratives den, det, de and denne, dette, disse: den røde dør det røde tag de røde vægge the red door the red roof the red walls denne nye båd dette nye skib disse nye færger this new boat this new ship these new ferries These are the most frequent uses of the definite declension.

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