Danish grammar


Introduction
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Basic concepts
 
Nouns (things)
Gender
The indefinite article (a book)
The definite article (the book)
The indefinite plural (books)
The definite plural (the books)
Zero plurals (1 sheep -- 2 sheep)
Irregular plurals (1 mouse -- 2 mice)
No, nothing, nobody, none
More (mere, flere)
Noncount nouns (butter, water, sugar, love)
The possessive (the girl's shoes, the boys' bicycles)
Compound nouns (library + book)
 
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List of neuter-gender nouns (et-words)
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Noun list
 
Verbs (actions)
The verb stem
The infinitive (to walk, to say)
The present (I walk, He says)
The past (I walked, He said)
The past participle (forgotten, driven, written, done, been)
The present perfect (I have walked, He has said)
The past perfect (I had walked, He had said)
The present participle (walking, saying)
The present continuous (I am walking, He is driving)
Modal verbs (must, can, will)
Reflexive verbs (no English equivalent)
The passive voice (Gold is found in South Africa)
Verbs ending in s
The imperative (Close the door, Sit down)
The future
Phrasal verbs (to hang out, to shut up, to call off)
Tro vs. synes
 
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Verb list
 
Pronouns
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Personal pronoun table
Personal (I - me, he - him, she - her)
Possessive (mine, yours, ours)
The reflexive pronoun (myself, himself, itself, ...)
Der vs. Det (there, that/it)
Interrogative (who, what, why, ...)
Relative (The man who gave...)
Demonstrative (this, that, these, those)
Indefinite pronouns (mixed)
Much, many (meget, mange)
Some, any, something, anything (noget, nogen, nogle)
 
Adjectives (descriptive words)
The 3 forms
Definite article (the red car, the wet clothes, ...)
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Irregular adjectives
Comparisons (fast, faster, fastest)
Possessive (my car, your books)
 
Adjective list
 
Adverbs (how, when, where)
Introduction to adverbs
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Long and short adverbs of place
 
Word order
Basic structure (He is writing a postcard)
Negation (He is not writing a postcard)
With adverbial (He always writes postcards)
With modal verb (He ought to write a postcard)
With perfect tenses (He has/had written a postcard)
With indirect object (He is writing me a postcard)
Preposition (You can write on it)
til + indirect object (He is writing a postcard to me)
With end adverbial (He will write a postcard tomorrow)
Main and subordinate clauses
Inversion
Conjunctions (and, but, or, because, ...)
 
Morphology (word characteristics)
Words with different senses and meanings
Homonyms (look and sound the same)
Homophones (sound the same)
False cognates (look like English words, but not related)
 
Other
Prepositions
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Small words
Time expressions