Speak your native language


#1

Speak your native language here. Recommended format to use:
Your native language
English:
Example: God dag, hvordan har du det?
English: Good day, how are you?

Old Description

Hallo, vi Norske, Danske og Svenske folk skjønner jo hverandre ganske godt. Så jeg tenkte, hvorfor ikke ha en egen tråd for å diskutere utvikling der man kan snakke morsmålet sitt?

In English:
Hello, we Norwegian, Danish and Swedish people understand each others very well. So I were thinking, why not have a thread to discuss development where you can speak your native language.


#2

FTFY


#3

Låter toppen. Hur många här kommer från Skandinavien?
(Sounds great. How many here comes from the Scandinavia?)

  • Scandinavian
  • Non-Scandinavian

0 voters

Låt oss se med denna undersökningen.
(Let’s see with this survey)


#4

Vel, Norsk og Dansk skriving er ganske likt.
(og nå til mitt dårlig forsøk på Svensk uten en oversetter)
Väl, Norska och Danska stavning är ganska lika.

English: Well, Norwegian and Danish spelling is pretty much the same.


#5

English: Depends on if you count Iceland as a scandinavian country

Icelandic: skiptir máli hvort þú telur ísland sem land í skandinavíu


#6

Oh dear, I don’t even understand a word Icelandic. :wink:


#7

English: Wow I love speaking in my native tongue.

English: Wow I love speaking in my native tounge.


#8

Swedish: Beror på om du räknar (telur kan vara kognat med tal) island som ett land i skandinavien.


#9

Depends on wether you call Canada scandinavian. Come on like, we’re only a few hundred thousand kilometres apart…


#10

Sorry mate, Canada is not Scandinavian, and Scandinavia only includes the Nordic countries; Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

I would’ve set up a Nordic poll, to see which people are Nordic. However, Nordic is Scandinavia, Finland and Iceland. There’s no place for Canada there. :joy:

I made a typo, hohohoho. I didn’t see that coming, I meant Iceland, not Norway.


#11

So Norway is not part of Scandinavia? 0.0
My life is a lie


#12

It was a joke :joy:


#13

Somewhat misleading post as I see. First you say the Scandinavian countries is Norway, Sweden and Demark “Scandinavia only includes the Nordic countries; Sweden, Norway and Denmark.”. Then later one you say that Nordic is “Scandinavia, Finland and Norway.” I find it weird that first you include Norway when you explain and second time you didn’t do. Quote from Wikipedia:
“The term Scandinavia in local usage covers the three kingdoms of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, but in English usage, it also sometimes refers to the Scandinavian Peninsula or to the broader region which includes Finland and Iceland.”

PS: @Ravenshield I can bet my tickets for RDC EU on that Norway is a part of Scandinavia.


#14

I was just joking. It is definitely part of Scandinavia. :wink:


#15

My bad, my typo, fixed it and fixed it. :dizzy_face:


#16

Vel, nå må vi holde oss til orginal poenget med tråden ved å snakke vårt eget morsmål.

English: Well, we got to stick to the original point with this thread by speaking our native language.


#17

Självklart ska vi göra det!
(Of course we’re gonna do it!)


#18

Oj då

English: i have no clue how to translate this [sic]


#19

My native tongue is English, but I’ve heard the North Germanic languages(Scandinavian ones) are closely related and similar to English.


#20

Oppdaterte tråden slik at alle kan snakke morsmålet sitt og ikke bare skandinaviere.

English: Updated the thread so now everyone can speak their native language here, not only Scandinavians.