Danish: An Essential Grammar
Psychology Press, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 200 pages
Danish: An Essential Grammar is a reference guide to the most important aspects of current Danish as it is used by native speakers. It focuses on those areas of Danish that pose particular problems for the learner but at the same time provides a broad general account of the language.
The Grammar is the ideal source of reference for the learner of Danish in the early and middle stages. It is suitable either for independent study or for students in schools, colleges, universities and adult classes of all types.
* clear, jargon-free explanations
* many tables and diagrams for extra clarity
* detailed contents list
* separate glossary of linguistic and grammatical terms
* detailed index with key Danish and English words.
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Colloquial Danish: A Complete Language Course; Danish Dictionary; Danish: A Comprehensive Grammar
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Colloquial Swedish: The Complete Course for Beginners; Swedish Dictionary; Swedish: A Comprehensive Grammar; Swedish: An Essential Grammar
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11 WORD ORDER AND CLAUSE STRUCTURE
12 WORD FORMATION
DANISH LATIN AND ENGLISH LINGUISTIC TERMS
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action adding Adjectives ending adverb adverbial article big house book cases children comma common gender comparison compound conjunction consonant Danish declension definite denotes different direct object element English equivalent examples Exceptions express expressions finite verb first following formal subject found genitive girl going Gradation series group house imperative include indefinite indicate Infinitive Present Past intransitive intransitive verbs It’s know location long main clause modal neuter never Note Notice noun phrase Nouns ending number numerals participium passive Past participle Meaning Past Past participle past tense people Peter Høeg place plural form position prefixes preposition Present Past Past present tense pronomen pronoun pronounced pronunciation questions relative clause second sentence short silent singular stedord stem vowel stress stressed stød subject subordinate clause suffixes superlative syllable There’s They three time today transitive types unstressed used uses usually word order written year