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Welcome[edit]

Hi,
Welcome to OmegaWiki ! I hope you have fun on our new project :) Please read about the DefinedMeaning. When you have questions, please ask consider using the IRC channel. :) GerardM 17:46, 11 January 2007 (EST)

PS can you help us identifying the parts of speech that exist in the Danish language ???

Identifying – as in? AB-me 21:42, 13 January 2007 (EST)
Nevermind, I think I understand you, here are nine parts of speech from the Danish language found in the back of Retskrivningsordbogen (da.wiki) (which is the official dictionary of the Danish language, governed by Dansk Sprognævn (en.wiki), the Latin are used in the dictionary):
Both Danish (native) and Latin names are everyday use English equivilant
Danish Latin
navneord substantiv noun
udsagnsord verbum verb
tillægsord adjektiv adjective
stedord pronomen pronoun
egennavn proprium (uncommon) propium
biord adverbium adverbium?
kendeord artikel article?
bindeord konjunktion konjunction?
forholdsord præposition preposition?
Generally, the Danish forms are used by the lower levels of school (up to about 6th or 7th grade), but I still havent heard "proprium" as of now, my 11th year of education AB-me 15:54, 14 January 2007 (EST)

The Danish parts of speech are now available for editing.. Thanks, GerardM 18:40, 14 January 2007 (EST)

Follow-up[edit]

See also: Danish grammar

We just had about this in our Danish-class, so here is a better overview (although probably still incomplete):

  • navneord (noun)
    • egennavn (proper noun)
  • udsagnsord (verb)
  • tillægsord (adjective)
  • forholdsord (under, over, beside, next to...)
  • bindeord (and, or, but, because...)
  • talord (numerals)
  • biord (describes a verb or adjective; the man stood up; up refers to stood)
  • udråbsord (auch!, hi! - any one word you could put an exclamation mark after)
  • kendeord (article)
  • stedord (pronoun)
    • personlig stedord (he, she...)
    • tilbagevisende stedord (pronoun)
    • gensidigt tilbagevisende stedord (eachother)
    • ejestedord (mine, yours, his, hers, its...)
    • påpegende stedord (this, that [chair]...)
    • spørgende stedord (who, what, why, how... (all hv-words in Danish))
    • henførende stedord (that, which... [as in: The window in the house, which was put in last year...])
    • ubestemte stedord (anyone, someone, some...)