ILuvEire wrote:I recommend that you get a hold of a book in danish, and a dictionary, and work through the book. Bokmål and Danish have really similar grammars, it'll just be getting you used to danish vocab.
Jayan wrote:Focusing on the pronunciation of Danish in relation to Norwegian probably won't work. Danish is such a maverick language, it's probably best to just approach the pronunciation from a fresh perspective. But really, that should be the only major difficulty. There are some minor differences in the vocabulary (-else vs. -ing differences bl.a.) and some different idiomatic constructions, but otehr than that, they are the same, AFAIK
csjc wrote:I read quite a bit in Danish already, I'm worried doing something like that wouldn't teach me much in terms of Danish itself, but just build on my Danish reading skills. The similarity between the two written languages is what makes me think I should start Danish from scratch, even if I speed through it a bit - just to create a "Danish" section in my brain. Something that would make it possible for me to write and speak Danish, real Danish, not just overly Danish-accented Norwegian.
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