Danish: A accomplished Grammar presents a clean and available description of the language, focusing on the genuine styles of use in glossy Danish. the quantity is equipped to advertise a radical realizing of Danish grammar. It bargains a stimulating research of the complexities of the language, and gives complete and transparent causes.
This variation has been totally up to date to mirror adjustments in grammar, cultural adjustments and the impression of recent know-how. All sections were systematically revised, and a brand new part on words and an up-to-the-moment account of using the comma were additional. The examples and grammar factors were more suitable throughout.
- a wealth of examples from present-day Danish
- particular realization to components of bewilderment and difficulty
- Danish-English parallels highlighted through the book
- an wide index and transparent paragraph numbering for simple navigation
- cross-references in all elements of the book.
Danish: A complete Grammar is the main entire and particular Danish grammar to be had in English and is a vital reference resource for the learner and person of Danish in any respect degrees. it really is perfect to be used in colleges, schools, universities and grownup sessions of all types.
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Three Nogen has the genitive shape nogens: Er det nogens avis? Is that anyone’s newspaper? four. nine. 12. 2 Noget The neuter singular shape noget corresponds to English ‘some/something’ with assertive that means and to ‘any/anything’ with non-assertive that means. (a) Attributive use 1 Noget can precede a noun within the neuter singular shape within the similar means as ‘some’ (with assertive that means) and ‘any’ (with non-assertive that means) in English: Der ligger noget papir på bordet. a few paper is mendacity at the desk. Jeg har noget vrøvl med benene. i've got a few hassle with my legs. Han har ikke noget sted at være. He hasn’t bought wherever to stick. Hvis du ikke giver mig noget vand …If you don’t provide me a few water … realize: Sikke noget vrøvl! What nonsense! 2 even if, noget additionally combines with universal gender non-count nouns to point ‘a certain amount of’ (see 1. three. 6. 2): Der er ikke noget mad i huset. (Cf. maden, the food)There isn’t any nutrients in the home. Vi har brug for noget mere jord. (Cf. jorden, the soil)We want a few extra soil. Du trænger til noget sol. (Cf. solen, the sun)You might do with a few sunshine. three Noget can precede an self sufficient adjective, like ‘something’ or ‘anything’ in English. become aware of that such an adjective has the neuter finishing –t: Vi fik noget godt at spise. We had whatever great to consume. Er der noget sjovt i fjernsynet? Is there something humorous at the small screen television? Der sagde du noget klogt! You stated anything clever there! (b) Nominal use 1 Noget is prevalent independently, such as English ‘something’ or ‘anything’: Der er sket noget. whatever has occurred. Er der noget, jeg kan gøre? Is there whatever i will be able to do? Det er naked noget, guy siger. That’s simply anything that one says. 2 Ikke noget is frequently used rather than intet (nothing): Der er ikke noget i vejen. there's not anything flawed. A: Hvad har du gjort? A: What have you ever performed? B: Ikke noget! B: not anything! three Noget appears to be like in different idiomatic expressions of which the subsequent are only a pattern: Det var noget værre noget! Oh pricey, that wasn’t too reliable! Der er noget, der hedder expertise! there's this sort of factor as expertise! Du siger noget! That’s precise! / That’s a good suggestion! Han tror, han er noget. He thinks he's someone. Han er noget af en hykler. He’s anything of a hypocrite. Hun er noget i en butik. She’s obtained a few kind of task in a store. Hvad er nu det for noget? What’s that purported to be? noget for nogetquid seasoned quoVi morede os noget så godt. we actually loved ourselves. word – Noget is also used adverbially, akin to English ‘rather’, ‘somewhat’, and so forth. : Du ser noget bleg ud! You glance particularly light! Jeg blev noget overrasket. i used to be a little shocked. four. nine. 12. three Nogle As indicated in four. nine. 12. 1(a)2, using the plural shape nogle is lowering and it has in perform disappeared from the spoken language. within the written language it's limited to situations the place it has truly assertive that means, equivalent to English ‘some’ or ‘a few’. this is often actual in either attributive and nominal use: (a) Attributive use Jeg har stadig nogle problemer. I nonetheless have a few difficulties.