Standard Danish

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Bornholmsk Dialect - Morphology - Nominal Inflection
... distinct grammatical genders, like Icelandic or Norwegian, and unlike standard Danish or Swedish ... exists not only in the definite article (like in Norwegian and certain Danish dialects), but also in the adjectives Born- holmsk indefinite definite ... (since the dialect has not retained the Old Danish case flexion) ...
Danish Dialects - Dialects
... Standard Danish (rigsdansk) is the language based on dialects spoken in and around the capital, Copenhagen ... Unlike Swedish and Norwegian, Danish does not have more than one regional speech norm ... More than 25% of all Danish speakers live in the metropolitan area of the capital and most government agencies, institutions and major businesses keep their main offices in Copenhagen, something that has ...
Jutlandic Dialect - Grammar - Semantics
... to cause a contrastive semantic meaning difference with the standard Danish dem ... If the noun is, however, meant to be a count noun it uses the standard Danish plural article dem ... Standard Danish Han ser sin hund 'He sees his (own) dog' Han ser hans hund 'He sees his (another person's) dog' Hans hund ser ham 'His dog sees him' (ambiguous) Jysk Han ser ...
Jutlandic Dialect - Phonology - Stød
... hus 'house' = Standard Danish ~ huse 'houses' = Standard Danish ... In standard Danish as well as jysk, tone 1 is replaced with a nonsegmental glottalization and tone 2 disappears entirely ... However, in contrast to the standard Danish stød, the jysk stød does not usually occur in monosyllabic words with a sonorant + voiceless consonant ...

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