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    Hey, SmileyMan is a dane aswell. You should stay away from me since Ive been called an infp basher on other sites.

    (I really am a peaceful person. Peace, love and unity!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    You are only allowed to correct if you can also do the same in Danish
    woooohooo!!!

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    Velkommen! Jeg håber du nyder dig selv her!

    I can't speak Danish at all, but I'm trying to learn some. I also know that the chief export of Denmark is Danish Wedding Cookies and Mads Mikkelsen, both of which are delicious. lol

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    Welcome. Good to have you here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    You are only allowed to correct if you can also do the same in Danish
    Det kan De korrigere mine engelske vi Dem gerne!

    (I have no idea what that says ...)
    "Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one."
    Eleanor Roosevelt


    "When people see some things as beautiful,
    other things become ugly.
    When people see some things as good,
    other things become bad."
    Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching

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    Welcome/velkommen from a fellow Dane.

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Velkommen! Jeg håber du nyder dig selv her!
    Heh, this is an example of literal translation gone wrong. In effect, this means "I hope you pleasure yourself here".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weber View Post
    Welcome/velkommen from a fellow Dane.



    Heh, this is an example of literal translation gone wrong. In effect, this means "I hope you pleasure yourself here".
    Maybe that's what she meant.

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    Ha ha, velkommen til forums! Og ja det var rigtig at de skrev her, jeg bor også i Danmark. Uheldigvis mit dansk er meget meget dårlig så fortrækker jeg selvfølgelig at snakke/skrive på Engelsk med dig Men ja, det var bare et lille velkomst besked

    oh God I bet I made like 5 mistakes in sentences with 4 words
    Oh yeah?

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    woops double post
    Oh yeah?

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    Well, using a language repeatedly on a regular basis is the fastest way to learn, especially if it's in use with "real" people.

    Reading from a textbook isn't realistic, there's certain things that are technically correct (they are right, according to a dictionary) but in practice sound wrong, and no one actually speaks that way.

    The biggest way to tell the difference between someone not fluent in a language, and someone who is, isn't their spelling, nor their grammar, nor their mastery of the mechanics of the language. It's how they use things like slang, cultural sayings, and metaphors.

    Speaking 100% perfect, flawless english will stand out as strange. To really get good, if intending to blend in with others, I highly suggest watching the specifics on HOW people say things, and focus heavily on sayings that don't mean exactly the same as the direct translation.

    Finally, doing something you enjoy always makes it easier; it's a fun place here, and I'm sure you'll be interested enough to stay, and this should make it far easier to learn along the way.



    Also, ignore my spelling, I made a special case to go back and fix all my spelling errors for this post due to the nature of the language issue. In any other post, if you see my spelling seem strange, just assume it's a personal quirk, not something to emulate.

    Examples of this are "yeu" to replace "you", or "whot" instead of "what", or "helmate" instead of "helmet", and so on. Others have similar quirks (most are more common) such as just saying "u" as a shorthand version of "you", and other such things.

    If you're not sure what a word means, rather than use a dictionary, I suggest a thesaurus -> Thesaurus.com | Find Synonyms and Antonyms of Words at Thesaurus.com this will not provide the definition, instead, it will provide several related terms, which will usually provide just as good an understanding, but will also increase your vocabulary even more.

    Good luck and have a nice stay!

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