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Dansk eller norsk?

Postby Núria Harket » 2007-04-05, 9:38

Hej!!!

Could anyone please help me? Could you tell me if this you Tube viedo is in Danish?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRBIVRwvUeE


I think so, but the friend who told me about it thinks it's in Norwegian. I'm in a forum about Norwegian, the video's been posted there and I wouldn't like people to think the video is Norwegian if it's Danish!!!!!!!!!! I'm the only one in the forum who's got a little knowledge of Danish, so I'd like to know whether I'm right or not.

tak!!!!!!!

hilsen fra Spania


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Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-04-05, 9:45

I got the impression they are talking Norwegian but the subtitles are in Danish :shock:
But maybe that's just me... :roll: 8)
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Postby Hunef » 2007-04-05, 11:43

nighean-neonach wrote:I got the impression they are talking Norwegian but the subtitles are in Danish :shock:
But maybe that's just me... :roll: 8)

It is Norwegian with Danish subtitlkes.
Why is it so strange that there are Danish subtitles when they speak Norwegian? If it's not live TV, we always subtitle the other Scandinavian languages.
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Postby Núria Harket » 2007-04-05, 12:19

Thanks guys!!!

I was quite sure the subtitles were in Danish!!! Of course I don't understand a word they say, so no clue about the audio :shock:

tak!

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Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-04-05, 12:25

Hunef wrote:Why is it so strange that there are Danish subtitles when they speak Norwegian? If it's not live TV, we always subtitle the other Scandinavian languages.


It's not strange at all, I was simply not quite sure, so I didn't want to give the impression I know all about it.
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