Helpful link about the time zones

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SAS_Dave
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Helpful link about the time zones

http://www.resfeber.se/se/timezones/

To help you with the tim zones. It´s pretty swedish but the timezones aren´t. Ehm..

Well. It´s helpful

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Looks nice. Could have used this about 2 months ago Biggrin

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Could've used this ages ago

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Re: Helpful link about the time zones

It´s pretty swedish

Yes. Yes it is.

Good link though, pretty useful.

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Nice found Dave, very useful.

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Excelent Dave. (and I understand swedish too Lol

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Hej Dave. Tak. Yep that's about the limit of my Swedish knowledge. I could speak just enough to buy myself a bar of plopp!

(I cannot be held responsible if my Swedish is meaningless)

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Well Adze, "Tak" means "roof". What you mean is "Tack" wich is "thanks" in english but I understand you and sometimes my english are as bad as your swedish (well almost lol).

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Well Adze, "Tak" means "roof". What you mean is "Tack" wich is "thanks" in english but I understand you and sometimes my english are as bad as your swedish (well almost lol).

Well "Tak" in danish means "thank you", "Hej" means "Hey".

"ØL" means "Beer", which is pronounced Oel, very importent word. Blum 3

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Yeah that strange O with a I in it is danish. In sweden it´s Öl. And Öl är gott means Beer taste good.

Maybe we shall start some kind of topic with only strange scandinavian words? With strange Recon as a translator? Hehe

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we are proud of our Æ, Ø, Å...

rød grød med fløde = Red porridge whit cream. (Which means strawberry porridge whit cream). A line we like immigrants to say, because it is very difficult to pronounce. Whit all the Ø.

Stædigt Æsel = Stubborn donkey.

Stegt Ål = Fried eel.

Lol

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well its all double dutch to me.

But Dave is right, Recon you are strange.

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Strange, I’m strange?.. well I guess all ordinary people would think that about a genius, when they first meet one. DirolLol

BTW Danish is also one of the most difficult languages to learn in the world.
Think Chinese is number 1, and then Danish is number 5 or 4.

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thats because there are something like 400+ chinese languages

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Danish is easy, it all depends of where you are from. If you are from China even the most "easiest" language is hard to learn.
If you are from sweden it´s more easy to learn danish or norwegian. Of course.
But maybe you got some nice stats:)

Btw, nice translations lol

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For me, swedish is easier than danish. There is alot of danish words I don't understand. And by the way, "thanks" is "takk" in norwegian.

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Yepp Leon it´s strange, but its easier to understand when o norwegian talks then a danish. But the swedish language is closer to danish then norwegian. You can see it when you read danish/swedish.

strange that a post about timezones ended up like this.

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Yeah but its harder to understand swedish than norwegian for a dane. Biggrin

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lolololololololololooollol

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Ah I got my Swedish and Danish mixed up, what a plonker.

I remember when I was in Norway a street performer was speaking in English so that foreign people could understand. I find it strange that English is used between Swedish and Norwegian people because to me their languages sound quite similar (even though I know they're not).

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Yes they are Adze. Very similar. But of course you have difference in your own language, depends on where you are from. Like in every country in the world.
Maybe there were some other nationalities there though. Like you..

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I think most of the people there were Scandinavian. Definitely some Danish and Swedish people anyway. I doubt you get many British people over there, we were definitely the only ones that we saw. Lucky for you....

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Scandinavian languages are obviously the most difficult in the history of mankind.

Over a billion people have learned Chinese, hundreds of millions master Russian and Hindi. People speak English world-wide, and French and Spanish in parts of the world.

But only an intelligent minority in the world has what it takes to learn Danish, Norwegian or Swedish.

Only a few million people master the challenging Scandinavian languages.

Therefore, these languages are the most difficult to learn.

Quat erat demonstrandum.

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PS: I prefer Danish, as I already have the soft consonants as part of my dialect.. Smile

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lol Rouge.
Or maybe it is because it´s so f*cking cold here so nobody wanted to move here for long time ago (like after the iceage) Just a minority of the ppl was dumb enough to do that.
Therefor they learned a language nobody can really understand. Even today.

maybe.. ehm

'When I want your opinion, I'll beat it out of you.' --- 37% of Americans agree that while they would hate being British, they wouldn't mind having a British accent. --- Ever stop to think, and forget to start again?

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actually Rouge, after speaking to you on TS i would've said you were Dutch.

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lol Rouge.
Or maybe it is because it´s so f*cking cold here so nobody wanted to move here for long time ago (like after the iceage) Just a minority of the ppl was dumb enough to do that.
Therefor they learned a language nobody can really understand. Even today.

maybe.. ehm

haha

Actually, I'd think Rouge was the only one here who sounds like he's ever been used to talking on a Radio!

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lol Rouge.
Or maybe it is because it´s so f*cking cold here so nobody wanted to move here for long time ago (like after the iceage) Just a minority of the ppl was dumb enough to do that.
Therefor they learned a language nobody can really understand. Even today.

maybe.. ehm

haha

Actually, I'd think Rouge was the only one here who sounds like he's ever been used to talking on a Radio!