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Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney Princesses in their Native Languages

Disney princesses (and extras) in their native languages in chronological order Language: Zulu Location: African savanna Period: unspecified Language: Greek Location: Thebes, Greece Period: c. 14th century BC Language: Tahitian Location: Polynesian triangle Period: c. 500 BC Language: Māori Location: Read more…


Introduction to the Danish Language

Introduction to the Danish Language

Hi, and welcome to this introduction to the Danish language. I’m Adam, and I’ll be your teacher. Danish is spoken natively by about 5,4 million people. It is the primary and official language of Denmark where it is the first Read more…


Danish vs. German (Beginners) – Language Duel

Danish vs. German (Beginners) – Language Duel

Yo, so today, Forking Tomatoes will have another form of challenge, Kinda like the foreign language challenge, but First, We have… Yo! My name is Terry, I’ve been living in Denmark for four… five years. Too long to admit that Read more…


What’s the “realistic” Viking language?

What’s the “realistic” Viking language?

Hi, I’m Dr.. Jackson Crawford. I’m a specialist in the Old Norse language currently teaching at the University of California Berkeley, previously at UCLA and as of August 2017 happy to be returning home to the Rocky Mountains to teach Read more…


The North Germanic Languages of the Nordic Nations (UPDATED)

The North Germanic Languages of the Nordic Nations (UPDATED)

Okay, so I’ve had a lot of requests for a video on the North Germanic languages. So today, I present to you a video on Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish. [Crowd protestation] What? The North Germanic languages of the Nordic Read more…


Can They Learn A Language In 7 Days? | The Scandinavian Challenge

Can They Learn A Language In 7 Days? | The Scandinavian Challenge

Ich…not“ich”f**k! I’m learning… I would like to speak Swedish. I’m… I’m learning Norwegian. Danish. Swedish. Norwegian. “dad do sheep have sheep?” (“får” means “sheep” and “get”) (correct:langsom– “slow”). Are you ready? Yes. Are you ready? No. Yes. Of course! Of Read more…


Danish Sign Language V.S. American Sign Language (49 Words)

Danish Sign Language V.S. American Sign Language (49 Words)

You can see the difference between Denmark and America’s sign language. It’s a good way to learn, right? Whenever you are coming to Denmark, be sure to communicate with them in Denmark Sign Language! Please share this video with your Read more…