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  • to sleep

    sove
    (Pron.: sowu)

    until seven o'clock

    indtil klokken syv
    (Pron.: eenteel klohkin syoo)

    to return

    vende tilbage
    (Pron.: vayneh teelbai)

    to start

    begynde
    (Pron.: behgooneh)

    to understand

    forstå
    (Pron.: fuhstoo)

    to snack

    spise mellemmåltid (t)
    (Pron.: speesah maela-maltithe)

    kitchen

    køkken (t)
    (Pron.: keukk'n)

    bathroom

    badeværelse (t)
    (Pron.: bathe-valeseh)

    living room

    stue
    (Pron.: stoo-eh)

    window

    vindue (t, soft)
    (Pron.: veendue)

    sofa

    sofa
    (Pron.: sofah)

    garage

    garage
    (Pron: garasha, very French "r")

    plant

    plante

    door

    dør
    (Pron.: deur)

    bedroom

    soveværelse (t, silent)
    (Pron.: sowahvalesah)

    bed

    seng
    (Pron.: sing)

    desk

    skrivebord
    (Pron.: skreeah-boowa, French "r")

    dining room

    spisestue
    (Pron.: speesastooeh)

    chair

    stol
    (Pron.: stul)

    table

    tabel
    (Pron.: tabell, second syllable stress)

    city

    by
    (Pron.: boo)

    suburbs

    forstæder
    (Pron.: foh-stay-the)

    outskirts

    udkant
    (Pron.: ood-kant)

    the countryside

    landet
    (Pron.: lan-eh)

    Where do you live?

    Hvor bor du?
    (Pron: Vor boah du?)

    What's your address?

    Hvad er din adresse?
    (Pron.: Vad er deen adrassa?)

    to cook

    lave mad
    (Pron.: layoo methe)

    lawn

    plæne
    (Pron.: pleen'n)

    to make a bed

    gøre en seng
    (Pron.: geure en sing)

    chores

    pligter
    (Pron.: pleegta)

    to clean

    rense
    (Pron.: ranseh, French "r")

    to take out the trash

    tage ud papirkurven
    (Pron.: et teh ool papeeahkoo-eh-oon)

    What do you think of... ?

    Hvad tror du af... ?

    What do you have to do?

    Hvad er du nødt til gøre?

    And Jann?

    Og Jann?

    next to

    ved siden af

    close to

    tæt på

    underneath

    nedenunder
    (Pron.: nethe-noona)

    in front of

    foran
    (Pron.: foh-en)

    behind

    bag
    (Pron.: bay)

    on top of

    oven på
    (Pron.: own po)

    far from

    langt fra
    (Pron.: lahngt fra)

    between

    mellem
    (Pron.: meel-m)

    to face

    vende
    (Pron.: vehna)

    I never...

    Jeg aldrig...

    either

    enten
    (Pron.: ent'n)

    nothing

    intet
    (Pron.: eenta)

    none / nobody

    ingen
    (Pron.: ing)

    older brother

    storebror
    (Pron.: stow-boh)

    younger sister

    lillesøster
    (Pron.: leelasoosta)

    siblings

    søskende
    (Pron.: seuskinneh)

    father

    far

    mother

    mor
    (Pron.: mo-ah)

    parents

    forældre
    (Pron.: fa-ale-drah)

    daughter

    datter
    (Pron.: detta)

    children

    børn
    (Pron.: beurn)

    spouses

    ægtefæller
    (Pron.: ehggtafaela)

    husband

    mand
    (Pron.: man, short syllable)

    wife

    kone
    (Pron.: koona)

    grandfather

    bedstefar

    grandmother

    bedstemor

    grandparents

    bedsteforældre

    grandson

    barnebarn (t)

    granddaughter

    barnebarn (t)

    grandchildren

    børnebørn

    uncle

    onkel
    (Pron.: oonkeel)

    aunt

    tante
    (Pron.: tan-teh)

    niece (by brother/sister)

    bror / søsterdatter

    nephew (by brother/sister)

    nevø
    (Pron.: nih-vooeh)

    cousin

    fætter

    -in-law

    sviger-
    (Pron.: svee-uh-)

    an eye

    et øje
    (Pron.: et oyeh)

    blue eyes

    blå øjne
    (Pron.: blu oyneh, short first syllable)

    green eyes

    grønne øjne
    (Pron: greineh oyneh)

    dark eyes

    mørke øjne
    (Pron.: mehrke euyneh)

    brown eyes

    brune øjne

    brown hair

    brunt hår
    (Pron.: broont ho)

    white hair

    hvidt hår

    black hair

    sorte hår

    long hair

    langt hår
    (Pron.: lahngt ho)

    short hair

    kort hår

    blind

    blinde
    (Pron.: bleena)

    fat

    fedt
    (Pron.: fedt)

    young

    unge
    (Pron.: oongeh)

    old

    ældre

    deaf

    døve
    (Pron.: dehyooh)

    mischeivous

    drilagtig
    (Pron.: dreelagtee)

    a family

    en familie

    How many people are there in your family?

    Hvor mange mennesker er der i din familie?
    (Pron.: Vor mana miniska er da i din fameelieh?)

    What is your family like?

    Hvad er din familie ligesom?

    this week

    i denne uge
    (Pron.: ee denna ooweh)

    this weekend

    i denne weekend
    (Pron.: ee denna weekend)

    tomorrow

    i morgen
    (Pron.: ee morn)

    the day after tomorrow

    efter i morgen
    (Pron.: efta ee morn)

    next week

    i næste uge
    (Pron.: naesta oo)

    match

    kamp
    (Pron.: kahmp)

    concert

    koncert
    (Pron.: konsehrt)

    library

    bibliotek (t)
    (Pron.: beebliotake)

    auditorium

    auditorium (t)

    cafeteria

    kantine
    (Pron.: kanteeneh)

    classroom

    klasseværelse (t)
    (Pron.: klessavailseh)

    stadium

    stadion (t)
    (Pron.: staydiuh)

    Monday night

    i mandag nat
    (Pron.: mandah net)

    Tuesday evening

    tirsdag aften
    (Pron.: tiasda aften)

    next Wednesday

    i næste onsdag
    (Pron.: nista onsdeh)

    early

    tidligt
    (Pron.: tiddeleet)

    late

    sent
    (Pron.: seent)

    dance class

    dans klasse
    (Pron.: dance klessen)

    there is / there are

    der er

    tennis match

    tenniskamp

    football game

    fodboldkamp

    volleyball match

    volleyball kamp

    baseball game

    baseball kamp

    basketball game

    basketball kamp

    to take a test

    tage en test
    (Pron.: tayen test)

    I still need...

    Jeg har stadig brug for...
    (Pron.: Yai ha staedy broo foh skooliatikla)

    I also need...

    Jeg har også brug for...
    (Pron.: Yai ha ossa broo fa...)

    folder

    mappe
    (Pron.: mappa)

    pen

    pen
    (Pron.: pin)

    school supplies

    skoleartikler
    (Pron.: skoleateekla)

    notebook

    bærbar
    (Pron.: beyabar)

    pencil

    blyant
    (Pron.: bluyant)

    ruler

    lineal
    (Pron.: linae-el)

    paper

    papir (t)
    (Pron.: pehpia)

    backpack

    rygsæk
    (Pron.: roogseck)

    dictionary

    ordbog
    (Pron.: oreboe)

    shoes

    sko (n)
    (Pron.: sko, short syllable)

    clock

    ur (t)
    (Pron.: oo-ah)

    clothing

    tøj
    (Pron.: tuy)

    computer

    computer
    (Pron.: cumpyootah)

    subject

    emne (t)
    (Pron.: emmneh)

    Which classes do you have?

    Hvilke klasse har du?
    (Pron.: Vilka klessa ha doo?)

    I have -- class...

    Jeg har -- klasse...

    in the morning

    i morgen

    in the afternoon

    i eftermiddag

    math

    matematik

    art

    kunst
    (Pron.: koonsht)

    biology

    biologi
    (Pron.: biologeeh)

    Spanish

    spansk
    (Pron.: shpansk)

    P.E.

    fysisk uddannelse
    (Pron.: fooseesk ood-dan'lse)

    breakfast

    morgenmad
    (Pron.: mornmethe, hard "th")

    lunch

    frokost
    (Pron.: foekoest)

    supper

    aftensmad
    (Pron.: ahftensmethe, hard "th")

    history

    historie
    (Pron.: hishtohrieh)

    literature

    litteratur
    (Pron.: leetrachooah)

    German

    tysk
    (Pron.: tooshk)

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