Memrise-kurser

The courses below are listed in the recommended order

Course Description
Præsentation og tal Learn how to do a basic presentation of yourself, the subject pronouns of Danish as well as the numbers. You’ll also learn the standard word order of Danish main clauses.
I klassen The parsing of nouns in Danish (i.e. “a shoe”/”the shoe”/”shoes”/”the shoes”), how to tell time as well as the imperative, infinitive and present tense of Danish verbs.
Familie Kinship terms in Danish as well as a few useful phrases related to talking about your family.
Hverdagsliv Vocabulary relevant for talking about your daily routine, inversion of subject and verb after adverbials as well as the days of the week and verbs in the past tense.
Mad og indkøb Talk about food, what you like and dislike, a little bit about countable and uncountable nouns as well as a few phrases for doing grocery shopping in Denmark.
Fritid Spare time activities, sports, and talking about where you are going using the Danish “skal” as an equivalent for the English “am going to”.
Bolig Learn how to talk about your home in Danish. This course also covers the inflection of adjectives in Danish.
Tøj og shopping A lot more about adjectives in Danish, the colours as well as vocabulary useful for talking about clothes and shopping in general.

 

Courses about specific topics or related to books

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Minimalpar A course focused on teaching you the differences in sounds that might sound similar to you. It’s best to use the “audio only”-setting if you want to get the most out of this one.
Dansk for løbere Useful vocabulary if you are running with Danes. There are many running clubs in Denmark, and joining some kind of “association” (‘forening’) is a great way to make friends in Denmark.
Sjove sætninger, idiomer og udtryk Lots of idioms, fixed expressions and other weird stuff that my students have, at some random point in time, wanted to learn. Ignore the words you don’t need, and focus on the things you find useful (you can use the “ignore” function in Memrise to skip words).
Puls 2 – Dansk for DU3 Vocabulary for getting through the book “Puls 2 – Dansk for DU3” written by Fanny Slotorub & Neel Jersild Moreira.
Puls 3 – Dansk for DU3 Vocabulary for getting through the book “Puls 3 – Dansk for DU3” written by Fanny Slotorub & Neel Jersild Moreira. Note that this is the 2017 edition.
Pæredansk (DU3Mo4) Vocabulary for getting through the book “Pæredansk” written by Birte Langgaard.
Dansk for musikere Useful vocabulary if you are in a band and playing music with a bunch of Danes. Again, joining some kind of “association” (‘forening’) or, in essence, socializing with Danes in a more “structured” way is a great way to make friends in Denmark.
250 adjectives – all forms In the course “250 most common Danish adjectives in all forms”, you’ll learn exactly that: 250 adjectives in all of their forms. You’ll also learn at least one phrase for each adjective.
250 adjectives – positive form In the course “250 most common Danish adjectives–only basic form”, you’ll learn the same adjectives as in the course listed above, but there is only one entry per adjective (the positive basic form of the adjective) as well as a phrase for each adjective.

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