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dragontrumpetare
post Aug 12 2004, 12:06 AM
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Hejsan!

Jag antar att jag är bland de få aktiva svenskar här. Men vill ändå få till ett forum där man kan prata ett språk som man är mera van vid. I detta forum så är alla ifrån Danmark, Norge, Sverige, Island och Finland. Färöarna är också välkomna samt ålännigar. De som bor i Svensk byn i Ukraina är också välkomna. Kort och gott alla som prata något nordiskt språk (okey finska är inte så jätte välkommet, eftersom de är ganska ensamma om det språket i norden, Inte heller Samiska, men om de pratar svenska, går det bra). Vet inte vad ni tycker. Hoppas ni gillar idén iallafall?

Språk som skall användas i detta forum:
Danska
Norska
Svenska
Islänska
Finlandsvenska (he he komprimiss till finland)
Färöiska


Ni som bor på grönland är också välkomna!!! :10:
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post Aug 12 2004, 12:19 AM
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And a warm welcome to the Nordish people :grouphug:

Ok this really is not readably for me it does not even come close to dutch. Well I can guess some things but . . . it is still really not the same as danish i could at least really read some of those words. But ok welcome and have a nice stay danish people :haha:
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post Aug 12 2004, 02:45 AM
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Suomi not really welcome eh? :cry:

The only scandinavic lingo I actually can spell a few words in :cry:

It's just so unfair :cry:
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post Aug 12 2004, 12:12 PM
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I met some dutch in a game on internet. They told me that in Holland u can have swedish in school. Can u ? :unsure:
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post Aug 12 2004, 12:15 PM
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well..... when I was in high school (10 years ago) Swedish was not part of the curriculum. I've never heard that it is now.

There is a studies scandinavian languages in university (i have a friend who should graduate on that sometime this year) but not in the regular curriculum for high schools. Of course there may be some schools that offer i outside the normal curriculum :)
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post Aug 12 2004, 03:46 PM
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Bra ide DRAGON! ;)

Generelt tyckes jeg det er mycket enkelt at forstå Norsk och Svensk,... min ex-veninde var fra Færøerne,..inte så nemt igen, hehe, men jeg forstår en del av det.
och de pratar ochså dansk ;)

Firmaet jeg arbejder i, er ochså et mix av svensk och Dansk, så jeg pratar lika mycket halvt-svensk som dansk ;)
(ok,..det svenske er nok inte så bra igen, men forsøker, hehe)

Har ochså arbeitet med en Nordmand, så det bliver kanske et mix av det hele ;-D


VLAM >
Actually a lot of the words in Dutch are almost the same as Danish....I could understand quite a lot in your Dutch thread ;)
A lot of Danish words also resembles english and german words.

SUOMI is very different from Danish, Swedish and Norwegian.
I can only catch a few words that resembles our languages.


People from iceland usually also speak other nordic languages,...we have a guy at work, and he speaks Danish,.
(real Icelandian is very hard to understand).

In Greenland they also speak Danish, so thats easy....
The same with Farao islands (Færöerne).. ;)
We own the lot, hehe...

BR
Jan
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post Aug 13 2004, 02:24 AM
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QUOTE (jh67 @ Aug 13 2004, 12:46 AM)
VLAM >
Actually a lot of the words in Dutch are almost the same as Danish....I could understand quite a lot in your Dutch thread ;)
A lot of Danish words also resembles english and german words.

SUOMI is very different from Danish, Swedish and Norwegian.
I can only catch a few words that resembles our languages.

I know Jan :)

It's just that I lived in Finland for a while and I had a few lessons ;)

and while I can read soem sweish and some danish I cannot write it :P
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post Aug 13 2004, 03:30 PM
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VLAM >
Same here,..I can understand some Dutch,..but wouldnt know how to write it, hehe ;)

What did you do in Finland ?

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post Aug 14 2004, 03:54 AM
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QUOTE (Vlammetje @ Aug 12 2004, 10:45 AM)
Suomi not really welcome eh? :cry:

The only scandinavic lingo I actually can spell a few words in :cry:

It's just so unfair :cry:

He he... okey. The most common Words of finnish iguess would be welcome. Like Hyvää Päivä and...

He he...

Okey, english is also welcome...

Jan... Tack för ditt stöd. Synd bara att inte så många hittat hit in. :)

Oscar... Du som är svensk kan väl tala svenska...* he he*

And finaly to J-man... Its just that you aint used to see swedish I guess. I can see lots of similarities from many languages. LIke Help for instant. Help is like this:

English: Help
German: Hilfe
Swedish: Hjälp


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post Aug 14 2004, 03:59 AM
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QUOTE (jh67 @ Aug 12 2004, 11:46 PM)



VLAM >
Actually a lot of the words in Dutch are almost the same as Danish....I could understand quite a lot in your Dutch thread ;)
A lot of Danish words also resembles english and german words.

SUOMI is very different from Danish, Swedish and Norwegian.
I can only catch a few words that resembles our languages.


People from iceland usually also speak other nordic languages,...we have a guy at work, and he speaks Danish,.
(real Icelandian is very hard to understand).

In Greenland they also speak Danish, so thats easy....
The same with Farao islands (Færöerne).. ;)
We own the lot, hehe...

BR
Jan

Did you know that the swedish word for "pojke" actually is from finland? They uses the same word.
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post Aug 14 2004, 06:48 AM
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DRAGON >

Nej, det vidste jeg inte, hehe... på dansk er pojke "dreng" ,...mycket forskelligt,.. og flicka er "pige" på dansk ;)

Håber ochså at flere nordiske themers ser denne post ;)
Vet inte hur mange vi er fra Scandinavien her ?

vh Jan
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post Aug 16 2004, 02:06 AM
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Det ver inte jag heller. Tycker det verkar som att de är ganska många. Tänka sig att ni använder ordet "dräng" i danska. Och Piga... I sverige betyder det ju något helt annat. Sådana är inte så godkända nu förtiden. Då drängar och pigor inte är accepterade längre. Ingen skall arbeta för någon annan. Du vet nog vad jag menar? Eller?

Du och jag för väl göra lite mera reklam för denna tråd, eller vad säger du?

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post Aug 16 2004, 02:44 PM
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Har hørt om dreng og pige på Svensk, men kan inte minnas hvad det betyder.
Fik det at vide engang, kan godt minnas at det betyder noget "inte så bra", men ikke præcis hvad, hehe :-D

Er det noget med p r os ti tute / p i m p ??

Ja klart, vi skulle gøre mera reklame for "Nordic Channel" ;)
kanske i vor signatur ?

vh Jan
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post Aug 17 2004, 01:28 AM
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Dräng är pjoke som arbetar åt en bonde. Piga fattar du nog vad det är då. ;)

@Draggy
Jag tror inte vlam fattar svenska... :P

Sen så tycker jag vi borde stänga :locked: det svenska och danska chattarna och bara ha detta! :good:
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post Aug 19 2004, 10:28 AM
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Leksand >

Ahh ok, hehe ;)


"is" på Dansk er ice cream eller ice på engelsk..
"Blommer" på dansk er plum på engelsk (the fruit), flowers på svensk korrekt ?


Omkring ord, har ni svenska ord for for eksempel : harddisk, cd etc ?

Vet at Norge bruker deres egne ord/versioner for dessa engelske ord.

I Danmark bruker vi de engelske versioner, harddisk, cd-rom etc.

vh Jan



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