By Elias Bredsdorff
This direction has six components: 1. A common advent to written and spoken Danish. 2. A bankruptcy on Danish phonetics. three. A grammar, prepared by way of sections below nouns, adjectives, adverbs, etc., with chapters on word-order and word-formation, and together with workouts. four. a piece of common details - approximately funds, weights and measures, food, and so on. five. Twenty-five Danish texts (twenty prose, 5 poetry) from common authors for translation into English. 6. Twenty English texts, graded in hassle, for translation into Danish. No different Danish grammer and reader with this scope and measure of scholarship exists. Mr Bredsdorff has taught in England for a couple of years, and such a lot of his students have began without wisdom of Danish. His direction has been attempted out and proved winning.
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Danish: An Elementary Grammar and Reader by Elias Bredsdorff