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7 fi~"i FRANZ PUBLISHED BY THIMM FOREIGN BOOKSELLER AND PUBLISHER. 24jBROOKSTREET, Gl^OSVENOR SQUARE LONDON. i\ev Series of Foreig Dialogues^ O a tirelyew ad practicalpla, calculated to isur a rapidacquisitioof Foreig Laguages. I'imo. Cloth GERMAN ad ENGLISH Dialogue, by Meisser. 2 " FRENCH bydud^vat 2 " ITALIAN bymarchetti.2 i SPANISH by Salvo. 2 f PORTUGUESE by Moteiro. 2 ( SWEDISH by Lstrom 2 6 DANISH by DUTCH byharl 2 H Turkish, Russiac,Eglish ad Frch Vocabulary for s. d Lud 2 li Travellers i East 2 (" reallyusefll Just published I a wrapper 8vo. *^oe Shillig" earh FRENCH GERIHAN ITALIAN SPANISH WBmE TBCGMM'S SELF-TAUGHT, SELF-TAUGHT, SELF-TAUGHT. SELF-TAUGHT A correct ad flut coversatio will soo be obtaied by use of se Dialogues for y cotai othig but importat matter. The words gerally i use, easy colloquialphrases ad idiomatic expressiosof la- which form essce of correct coversatio, havi be carefullyarraged, so as to make se Dialogue guage, A ucw System, o most simplepriciples for self-tuitioi, with complete glish prouciatio o every worl, table of cois etc. *^v"j. Price **oe ShiUig" sewed. Very practical ad useful treatises for self-tuitio with c(rrect prouciatio of se laguages. FRANZ THIMM 24 imouk STREET. GROSVENOR SQUARE. LONDON.

8 3 FRANZ THvvrs SERIES OF EUROPEAN " ORIENTAL GRAMMARS after a easy ad practicalpla, with Exercises, Readig Lessos etc. 8vo. Cloth boards. 5. d. GERMAN GRAMMAR by Meisser. Nth. Ed.. 6 Key to ditto 10 FRENCH GRAMMAR by Ah. 10th. Ed...36 Key to ditto 10 ITALIAN GRAMMAR by Marchetti. 4th. Ed Key to ditto,10 " SPANISH GRAMMAR by Salvo. 3rd. Ed..40 " Key to ditto 10 PORTUGUESE GRAMMAR by Caliao. 3rd. Ed. 4 0 SWEDISH GRAMMAR by Lstrom DANISH GRAMMAR by Lud 4 0 DUTCH GRAIMMAR by Ah 4 0 MODERN GREEK GRAMMAR by Vlachos.40 RUSSIAN GRAMMAR by Alexadrow 4 0 LxVTIN GRAMMAR by Seidstucker 3 0 " Key to ditto 16 HEBREW GRAMMAR by Herxheiraer 4 0 Key to ditto 2 0 M ICELANDIC GRAMMAR by Rask 4 0 These Grammars are edited o ewest Methods, ad are best tor Self- tuitio. FEANZ THIMM 'la imok STRRKT- (IROSVRNOR SOTTATtV. LONDON

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10 w ianish, NORWEGIANiNDENGLISB IDIOMATIC IPRASES DIALOGUES, INPldPENSABLE ^ FOE A RAPID ACQUISITION OF THE " DANISH, OE NORWEGIAN LANGUAGE. r BY H. LUND , SECOND EDITION.^ i " VV / : -.- " ""^"""""A " "J "" "j" " "- " *"" " V.* " LONDON: FRANZ THIMM FOREIGN BOOKSELLER AND PUBLISHER, 24. BROOK STREET, GROSYENOR SQUARE. W N\ -^v^' I U Y\A.

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12 PREFACE. As o book of Daish Dialogues has yet be published i Eglad, studts have be obliged to use those prited i Damark, which are ill calculated to assist m i ir studies; Editor has refore adopted very practical ad excellt Method which has be laid dow for this Series of cotital.% * " ^ Dialogue Books ad which ha" already ^ ^ appeared i Germa, ^t."i""^!i, Ita- lia, Spaish, PortugU(Mj, Swe- N dish ad Dutch Laguages. It ;.f^sists of othig but importat matter. The

13 IV words gerally i use, easy colloquial phrases ad idiomatic expressios of laguage which form essce of correct coversatio, have be carefully arraged, so as to make se Dialogues really useful.

14 INDEX. I^Part. Vocabulary. 1. Time ad Seasos. Tid og 2. The World ad Verd Aarstider. og.. Pttg. 1 Elemts. teme 2 3. Stoes ad Metals. Ste og Metaller 4. Ma ad Parts Mesket og Elem- Legemsof Body. dele 4 5. Relatios. Slmgtskdb 6 6. The Tow. Stad 7 7. The Parts of Husets Dele 8 House The Coutry ad Ladet og Agerdyrk- Agriculture. ig 9 9. The Aimals. Dyre Birds ad Fishes. Fugle og Fiske Reptiles ad Isects. Amphibier og Isekter The Dress. Kkedeme The Table ad House Doekkeog Kjekk- Utsils. tei Dishes. Spiser Beverages. Drikke Furiture. Huusgeraad 17

15 VI Pag. 17. Plats, Fruits aud Plater, Frugter og Gard. Have IS 18. The Days of Dagc i Ugc Week. 19. The Moths. Maaederc io 20. Holidays. Uelligdage Travellig. Reis The Sea ad Ship- Havet og Skibsfart 22 pig. 23. Arts ad Scices. Kosterog Videtiskaber 24. Of Writig. Skrivcls Coutries ad Na- LadetogFolketf^atios. tig) Qualities of Body. Legemlige Egskaber Sses ad mtal Sadser og Sjcele- Faculties krcefter 2b 28. The Sovereig. Vwrdightder The Trade. Hadel Cardial- Numbers. Grudtalle Ordial -Numbers. Ordstalle Collective Numbers. Collectiv-Tal Adjectives. Jdjectiver Verbs. Ferbtr 38 "d Part. Idiomatic Phrases No. 1. to 12 l(i-53

16 VII P^- Part. Easy ad Familiar Phrases afid Dialogues To ask Advice. For at raadsperye. Pag: Goig ad Comig. Afgag og Akomsl Speakig. Tal Eatig, drikig, Spisig, Drikig, Sleepig. Sev Readig ad Wri- Loesig og Skiivig. 58 tig. 0. To speak Daish. At tale Da sk Of Hejxith. Oi Sudhed "^. Ot tht; \%o. \ Om Alder Of Time. Om Tid^ Of Hour. Om Klokkeslettet.. 6b 1. Of tisie Wear. Om Veiret Of Polite Terms. Heflighedsbeviser To A^^put. At idvillige To Express Thaks. 'At takke To Dy a Request. At afslaae B Assuraces. Forsikkriger Cotradictios ad At modsige eller at Doubts. betvivle Of*News. Om Nyheder To express Admira- At udtrykke Beutio ad Astoish- drig pg Forhauselse 82 mt. ^ 20. To express Appro- At udtrykke Bifald. ^ 83 batio. 21. To express Pai ad At udtrykke Smerte Discott. eller Misfomeielse Of Fridship. Om Fskab 86

17 vm Pas 23. Expressios of Dis- Udtryk af Mishag. 87 like. 24. Of Seasos ad Om Aarstideme og ir Ifluce. deres Idflydelse. 8S IV*'' Part. Practical Coversatios. 1. The Departure. Afreis The Railway. Jemha O Steamer. Paa Damskibet 4. I Custom-House. Paa Tolbod I Hotel. J Gjmstgivergaard Breakfast. Frokosi Dier. Om Middagsmad. 8. Moey chagig. At vexle Pge To see a Tow. At besee Stad At Theatre. / Theatret At a Visit. Ved Veseg To hire Apartmts. At leie BoUg V*'*- Part. Daish Idioms ad Proverbs 118"128 Daish Cois 128

18 l^ PART. Yocabttlaiy. SaliBg tf Ord. Observatio: The defiite ad idefiite articles are expressed i Daish by same words, amely by ^^" for Masculie ad Femiie ad by ^'et" for Neuter. The idefiite article is placed before word, defiite article is added to it. I order that learer may easily distiguish article, it has ot be joied to substatives, as it orwise ought to have be. 1. Time ad Seasos. 1. Tid og Aarsiider, The time Tid seaso sprig summer autum witer Aarstid Foraar Sommer Efteraar Viter et ei year Aar et leap-year Skudaar et ctury Aarhudred et moth Maaed week Uge Daish Diloges. 1

19 day hoar half a hour miute secod morig oo afteroo evig ight midight day break suset surise Dag Time halv Time Miut et Sekud. Morg Middag Eftermiddag Aft Nat (Nati) Midat Dagbrcekig Sals Nedgag Sals Opgag 2. The World ad 2. Verd Elemts. ag tere. Elem- The uiverse world earth sky air water fire su moo stars moolight ew moo flill moo light Uivers Verd Jard ffimmel Luft Vad lid Sal Maae et et Stjemer Maaelys-, Nymaae Euldmaae Lys et ski

20 3 darkess shade raibow heat warmth cold thuder lightig clouds storm wid rai hail sow frost ice dew fog river stream brook lake sea tide islad shore moutai hill valley meadow field forest Moirk et Skygge Begbue Hede Warme Kulde Tord Ly et Sky Storm Fid Reg Hagel Se Frost Is Dug (Dugg) T"mg Flod Strem (Siremm) Bcek fbcekkj S0 Hav et, Sa Flod 0e Bred ^ Strad Bjerg et Hei Bal Eg Mark Skov I*

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22 bachelor old ma a old woma life death body head chest skull brai hair face forehead eye eyebrows ear ose moth lips teeth beard togue chi breath voice cheek eck throat sholders back arm had Ugkarl Oldig [lig gammelkoe, Kjcer- Liv et ' D0d Legem et Heved et Bryst et Hjemeskal (skau) Hjeme HaoT et Asigt et Pade eje t Ojbry e 0re t Ncese Mud Lwber e Tamder e Skcegg et Tuge Hage Aadedrcett et Stemme Kid Hals Strube Skulder Rygg Arm Haad

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24 7 Bo-i-law bror-i-law sister-i-law gradfar gradmor gradso ucle cousi aut ephew iece marriage weddig widow widower guardia orpha 6. The Tow. Svigers Svoger Svigeride Bedstefader Bedsiemoder et Okel Bameham Fcetter Tat Broders^ Niece Giftermaal et Bryllup pet Eke Ekemad Formyder For"Bldrel9S 6. Stad. The tow viros tow house post-office exchage atre church palace square market bak gate street Stad Omeg Huus et (Huset) Posthuset Bers Theater Kirke Palads et et Plads (Plads) Torv et [Kasse Bak, d offtuge Stadsport Gade

25 ' 8 he he he he he he he he he he he pavemt lamps priso railway railway-statio trai cab hotel taver diig-re^m shop bridge apocary'sshop he bookseller's shop he police-office Siebro Lamper Fmgsel Jembae Statio Tog et Droschke e et Hotel et (Hateliet) Viihuus et(v%ikjiel' Restaur atio [der) Bod Bro Apok et Boglade Politi et 7. The Parts of House. 7. Husets Dele. The buildig house door gates gate-way bell key lock story kocker groud-floor stair-case steps Bygig Btis et Ber [sel Kjwreport^Idkj^r- Port Klokke N^gle Laos (Loos) Stokvcerk Derhammer et Stue, Parterret Trappe Stige

26 furished room roiy chamber sittigroom bed room drawig room diig room widow floor wall stove kitch roof cellar gard Vcerelse Stue Vcerels i et Sovekammer et [siu Pytekammer Spisesal Vmdue t Guiv et Vceg KaJckelov Kjekk Tag et Kjelder Have et et, Stor- 8. The Coutry ad S.LadetogAgerdyrk' Agriculture. ig. The coutry farm lihe farmer husbadry village hut Eg Forpagtergaard Forpagter Ladhuusholdig Ladsby Hytte coutry seat Ladsied et bar Lade field plough soil Ager PIov Jord seeds Seed com Kom ei wheat Hved

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28 11 mokey mouse rat stag tiger wolf Abe Mutes (Mus) Rotte Hjort Tiger Ulv 10. Birds ad Fishes. 10. Fvcglt og Fiske. The caary chaffich goldfich hawk lark ightigale pigeo quail red-breast stork sparrow thrush bat eagle falco partridge pheasat peacock rav sipe swa carp eel herrig Kaarifugl Bogfiice Stuts H^g Lcerke Nattergal Due Vagtel Redhals Stork Spurv Drossel Flaggermuus 0m Falk Agerhmie Fasa Paafugl Bav Bekasi Svae Karpe Aal Siid

29 12 lobster Hummer oyster pike perch salmo Osiers Gjedde Aborre Lax trout Forelle 11. Reptiles ad Iserts. 11. Amphihier og Isekter. The sake crocodile beaver frog toad leech at bee butterfly caterpillar fly spider sail worm wasp flea Slage Crocodil Bcever Fr0 Tudse Blodigle Myre Bi Sommer/ugl K(mlorm Flue Edderkop Segl Orm Gedehams Loppe (-happ) 12. The Dress. 12. Klmdeme. The clos coat great-coat Klceder e Kjole Overkjole

30 13 drebs-ooat trowsers collar sleeves facigs liig pocket battos btto-holes cloak morig-gow slippers drawers stockigs shirt braces waistcoat shoe boot heel sole boot-jack hat cap gloves hadkehief watek stick mbrella prse brash Frakke Buxer Krav j^rmer e Opslag ei Foder et Lomme Kapper e KapphuUer e Kapp Sladbrokk, Morgevtkjoleuj 'frokk Tefter e Uderbeklceder e Siremper e Skjorte Buxeseler Vest Sko Stevle Heel Saal Stevlekegt Hat (Batt) Hue Hadsker e Lommeterkkede i Uhr et Stok (Stokk) Regskjcerm ^fpara- Bers [ply^) Berste

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32 15 apki glasb bottle salt-cellar cork-screw basket truk scissars togs b^oom kife fork Serviet Glas (Glasset) Flaske Saltkar (-karret) ProptrcBkker Kurv Koffert Sax Ildtag Feiekost Kiv Gaffel 14. Dishes. The food victuals meal breakfast lucheo dier supper bill-of-fare diig-room bread roll cake butter dish soup meat boiled-meat 14. Spiser, Nmrig Levetsmidleme MaalHd et Frokost Davre Middagsmad Aflsmad Spiseseddel Bestauratia Bred et Siml Kage Smer et (Smerret) Tallerk^Ret t Suppe Kj0d et kogt Kj0d

33 16 roast-meat beef pork matto veal viso hare roast-beef ham baco sausage fowl chick duck pigeo omelet pastry puddig vegetables spiach cabbage frch beas gre peas asparagus cauliflower cucumber salad potatoes mustard pepper salt sugar Steg Oxekjed ei Sviekjed et Lammekj0d ei Kalvekj0d Dyresteg Haresteg Oxekjed ei Skike reget Flesk Pelse Fuglevildt ei He, pi. Hs Ad Due Padekag Bugvcerk ei Buddig Grt et, Grsager Spiat ei Kaal Be Erter Asparges Blomkaal Agurk Salat Kartoffel Sep Peher Salt ei Sukker et

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35 18 carpet table chebt of drawers chair arm-chair sofa curtais glass paitig bed bedstead mattrass co"terpae pillow sheets wash-hadbasi soap towel lamp cadlestick cadle matches library writig desk clock Twpp Bord et et Skuffe Stol Lcestol Sofa Omhog Speil et Skildrig Sg Sgested Matras et et Sgetceppe t Hovedpud Lag et [det) Faskeb(ekk(Vadfa- Swbe Haadklcede Lampe Lysesiage Lys et Svovelstik Bihliok et t (-sdkk) Skrivepult ^ et Uhr et 17. Plats, Fruite ad Gard. 17. Plater^ Frugter og Have. The gard garder wood Have Garter Skov

36 19 thicket grove hedge orchard tree plat leaf oak lime-tree poplar birch fir-tree willow flower osegay bud rose tulip lily pik violet forget-me-ot lilyof--valley fruit fruit-tree apple pear plum cherry apricot peach grape Tykig Lud Hcekke Frugthave Tree et Plate Blad et Eg Lideirce et Poppel Birk Fyrretrce et PiletrcB et Bhmst Blomsterkost Kop (Kopp) Rose Tulipa Lilie NeUike Viol Forglemmigei Liliecoval Frugt Frugttrce et jeble t Pcere Blomme Kirsehcer et Aprikos Fersk Viibcer et 2*

37 20 currat gooseberry strawberry orage lemo ut fig almod stoe juice Bibs Stikkelsbcer Jordhcsr Abelsi Citro et et Ned (Nedd) Fig Madel, pi.madler Ste pi. Ste Safi 18. The Days of 18. Dage i Ug. Week.

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40 23 fleet boat ship steamboat ma of war sails deck mast rudder cabi achor admiral captai lieutat midshipma sailor crew Flaad Baad Skib et Dampskib et Liieskib Seil et et Dak et (Dcekket) Mast Boer et Kahyt f-hyttj Aker et Admiral Capitai Lieutat Cadet (Cadett) Matros Madskdb et 23. Arts ad Scices. 23. Koster og Vidskaber, The scice kowledge learig diviity law medicie Physic chemistry philosophy leared studt Vidskab Kudskab Lcerdom f-domm) Theologie Lovkydighed Lwgekust Physik Chemi Philosophi Lasrd(dLcerde)^ Studt

41 24 divie lawyer physicia doctor music-master dacig dacig-master Mamatics drawig book library libraria bookseller art artist apprtice paiter graver sculptor architect musicia Theolog [kydige) Lovkydig (d Lov- Lcpge Doctor surgeo Saarlwg uiversity Uiversitet ei lecture Forelcesig college Gymasium et vacatios Ferier (Ferieme) teacher Professor lesso Lecti, Lwretime pupil Elev laguage Sprog et teacher of lagua Sproglcerer music [ges Musik (Musikk) Musiklcerer Bads Dadselcerer Mamatik Tegig Bog Bihliok Bibliokar Boghadler Kusi Kuster Lcerlig Maler Kobherstikker et Billedhugger Architect Musikai

42 25 The siger actor 24. Of Writig. paper writig-paper writig blottig-paper sheet p steel-p pkife ikstad ik pcil scissors seal seagli-wax wafer ruler letter ote velope card date directio post Sager Skuespiller 24. Skriveis. Papir el Skrivpapir et Skrift Traskpapier et Ark et P fpj Staalp Pekiv ffiwkhuus et Bl"ek et (Blkket) Blyat Sax Segl et BrevicUc, Segllak Oblat Lieal Brev Billet et Couvert Visitkortet Datum Adresse Post et 25. Coutries ad Natios. 25. Ladet og Folket* (Natio.J The coutry ative lad Lad et Ftedrelad et

43 26 state empire kigdom Europe Europea America America Asia Africa East-Idies West-Idies Uited States Brazil Eglad Eglishma Irelad Irishma Scotlad Scotchma Frace Frchma Germay Germa Hollad Dutchma Austria Austria Prussia Prussia Russia Russia Swed Stat Big et Kogerig et Europa Europwer America Americaer Asi Africa Ostidi Vestidi de forede Stater Brasili Eglad Eglcder Irlad Irlcder Skotlad Skotlasder Frakrig Fraskmad Tydsklad Tydsker Hollad Hollcder 0sterrige Ssterriger Preuss Preusser Ruslad Russer Sverrige

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45 Sses ad mtal Faculties. 27. Sadser og Sjcelekrasfter, The sses sight hearig smell feelig taste soud memory soul reaso uderstadig error prudce wisdom folly will judgmt wit gius ability kowledge stupidity coscice imagiatio facy idea otio sleep dream Sadser Sy et Herelse Lugt F^lelse Smag Klag Hukommelse Sjcel Fomuft Forstad e Feiltagels Klogskah Viisdom f-dommj Daarskab Villie Demmekraft Vittighed Gie ei Duelighed Kudskah Dumhed Samvittighed Idbildigskraft Idbildig Idee Begreh Sev ei Drem fdremmj

46 29 belief love hatred admiratio fear hope despair joy gladess sadess patice impatice vy ager pleasure doubt wish boldess cowardice timidity shame pity mercy character humour stimt opiio ssibility faculty passio tderess icliatio Tro Kjcerlighed Had ei Beudrig Frygt Haab et Fortvivlehe Glcede [Stemig. Glcedelighed y glad Sergmodighed Taalmodighed Utaalmodighed Misudel$\ Argrehe Vrede Foreielse Oske t Dristighed Feighed Forsagd Skam (Skamm) Medlidhed Barmhjeriighed Charakteer Lu et Felelse Mig Felsomhed Eve Lidskah Bmhed Tilheielighed

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48 31 coutess Grevide baro Baro baroess Baroesse ambassador Gesadt voy miister coacellor chacellor judge } Miister Katsler Dommer 29. The Trade. 29. Hadel. The merchat shop booth coutig house merchadize wholosale merchat retailer correspodt stock daybook ledger cash-book ivoice accout-currt bill of exchage remittace acceptace paymt receipt buyer Kjehmad Boutik (Boutikk) Bode Cotor Vare Grosserer et Smaahadel Correspodt Lager et Joural Bovedbog Kassebog Regig d Isbde Regig Vexel Remiss Modtagelse Betalig Qvitterig Kj0ber

49 32 seller debtor creditor ScBlger Skylder Creditor 30. Cardial -Numbers. 30. Grudialle. Oe Two Three Four Five Six Sev Eight Nie T Elev Twelve Thirte Fourte Fifte Sixte Sevte Eighte Niete Twty Twty Twty Twty Twty Thirty oe two five ie e to ire fire fer sex syv oite i ti elleve tolv ireit fjort femt sext sytt att itt iyve e og tyve io og tyve fer og tyve i og tyve tredive

50 33 Thirty oe, two etc. Forty Fifty Sixty Sevty Eighty Niety A Two Five Nie A Elev Hudred Hudred Hudred Hudred Thousad Fifte Hudred Hudred Oe Thousad five Two Three T A Two hudred Thousad Thousad Thousad Millio Millios Two Millios five hudred Thousad e, to etc, og treditre fyrrett/ve halvtredsidstyve tresidstyve halvfjerdsidstyve fiirsidstyve halvfemsidstyve hudrede to hudrede fer hudrede i et hudrede tusid et tusid et hudrede fer hudrede et tusid to tre tusid tusid ti tusid to Millio Millioer ferhudrede to Millioer fer hudrede tusid 31. Ordial -Numbers. 31. Ordertstal, The first secod third fourth fifth dm ' ferste ad - tredie - fjerde - femte Daish Dialogues.

51 34 sixth sevth eighth ith tth elevth twelfth thirteth fourteth fifteth sixteth sevteth eighteth ieteth twtieth twty-first twty-secod thirtieth fortieth forty-third fiftieth fifty-fourth sixtieth sixty-fifth sevtieth sevty-sixth eightieth d sjetie - syvde - oiide - ide - tide - ellevte - iolvte - irettde - ffortde - femide - sextde - syttde - attde - itlde - tyvde - e og tyvde - to og tyvde - tredivte ' fyrretyvde [de tre - og fyrretyv- - halvtredsidsty- - fire vde og halvtredsidstyvde - trefidstyvde - fer og tredsidstyvde - halvfjersidstyvde - sex og helvfjersidstyvde - firsidstyvde

52 35 eighty-sevth ietieth iety-eighth hudredth twohudredth iehudredth thousadth tthousadth last but oe last ' - otte d syv og fiirsidstyvde - halvfemssidstyvde og halfems" sidstyvde hudrede - tohudrede - ihudrede - tuside - tituside ' cestsidste - sidste 32. Collective-Numbers. 32. Colkctiv-Tal A pair (A brace) a a doz score Firstly Secodly Thirdly The first time The secod time Oce Twice Three T Sigly Oly times times oce Double, twofold et et Par Dusi Sees for det fersie for det adet for det redie f"rste Gag. ad Gag e Gag to Gage tre Gage ti Gage kelt, et este dobbelt^ tofoldig 3*

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56 kjehe " " ride 39 to ride out " ud to receive " modtage to sd sde to furish " forsye to buy " to sell " scelge to pay " hetale to reply " svare to order bestille

57 II-"i^PART. IdioHatic Pkrases. 1. Pray, tell me. Gjer mig d Tjeste, at sige mg. Please to tell me. ff(w D Godhed, at sige mig. If you will be so good. Dersom De vilde vtere saa god. [Dem. If you please. Dersom det behager With your permissio.med deres Tilladelse. I beg your pardo. Jeg beder am Forladelse. I wated to ask you Jeg vilde bede Dem, a favour. I have to ask a fa- Jeg har B dil vour of you. Dem. You would oblige me. De vilde gjere Dem mig forbud " vilde forbide mig. I beg you for it. Jeg beder Dem derom. If you please. Dersom det behager Willigly. Dem. Gjere

58 41 Why ot? Hvorfor ikke? Very willigly. Meget gjere. It giv"b me great plea- Det formoier mig mesure. get I am glad of it. Jeg glcedermig der ov I am glad to be useful DeigliJBdermig,atkuto you. e vcere Dem yttig. Depd upo me. ForladDeDempaamig. Will you do me VildeDe gjere mig d favour. Tjeste? I cost. Jeg idviiger. I have o objectioto it. Jeg har Itet derimod. I thak you Jeg takker Dem. I accept it with thaks. Jeg modtager det med Tak. 2. You are so kid. Deersaagod,saaartig. May I ask? Turde Jeg bede. Have kidess. Jlav d Godhed. Be so kid. Veer saa god. Do you uderstad? Forstaaer Be? I do ot uderstad it. Jeg forstaaer det ikke. That is a matter of Bet forstaaer sig af course. sig selv. With pleasure. Med Fomeiehe. With may thaks. Med meg Tak. I am at your service. Jeg staaer til Beres Tjeste. Yes, ideed. Ja veh AlaS; o! Aa ei!

59 42 O cotrary. Det ModsaUe, It is o matter. Det gjer Itet, It matters ot. Det skader hitet. It is ot worth speakig Det er ikke Omial about. vasrd. Let me aloe. Forskaa mig, 1 am sorry for it. Det gjer mig odt. It gives me great pai. Detbedrevermigmeget. Excuse me! Forlad mig. Pardo me! Tilgiv mig, I beg pardo. JeghederomForladelse Be ot agry with me. Vwr ikke vredpaa mig 3. Without ceremoy. VdOmstadigheder, digheder. Do ot stad upo ce- Gjer ig Omstcremoy. You are welcome. De er veikomm. You have o cause. De har ig Aarsag* It is impossiblefor me. Det er mig tauligt. It will ot do. Det gaaer ikke a. It caot be doe. Detladersigikkegjere. It is quite impossible.det er gaske umuligi. It is ot i my power. Det staaer ikke i mi Magt. I am very sorry. Det gjer mig meget odt. [det But I caot do it. Mjegkaikke gjere I am sorry. Det gjer mig odt. It is very upleasat Det er mig meget ukto me. ja^t.

60 43 It is ot my fault. It does ot depd upo me. It will ot do. It caot be. It does ot cocer me. It is ot my busiess. What is that to me? Let it be. Be ot vexed at it. It is very vexatious. It is very upleasat to me. Det er ikke mi Sky Id. Det afhcger ikke af mig. Bet gacer ikke. Dei ka ikke vcere TilfceldeU [ved, Det kommer mig ikke Det er ikke mi Sag, Hvad agaaer det mig. Lad Det vcere godt, De skill ikke cergre Dem derov Det er megetwrgerligt. Det er mig meget ubehageligt. 4. It is true. Is it true? It caot be. It is ot possible. It is a falshood. It is a calumy. It is false. It is wrog. It is ideed true. It is q^uiteright. It is ttie whole truth. Det er sadt. Er det sadt? Det ka ikke vcere Tilfceldet. Det er ikke muligt, Det er Usadhed. Deter Det er falsk Beskyldig. falskt(forkeert). Det er urigtigt, Det er virkelig sadt Det er gaske rigtigt Det er d re Sadhed.

61 44 It is proved. Dei er beviist It IB a lact. ^ Det er et Factum ^^^ Kjdsgjemig). This ews is ot true. De Nyhed er ikke sad. Upo my hoour. Paa mi ^re, I assure you. Jeg forsikkrer Dem. As sure as I live. [it.saa sadt jeg lever. You may depd upo De ka stole derpaa. You will make me be- De vil gjere mig troslieve it. kyldig. There is othig i it. Der er itet derom. Is it possible? Er det muligt? Ca it be possible? ICa det vcere muligt? Are you i earest? Er det Deres Alvor? Doyouspeakseriously? Taler De Alvor? 5. Are you ot mistak? Tager De ikke feil? I fact. Virkelig? Truly. Ideed. Tilvisse. Virkelig; isadhed. Be assured of it. Veer De overbeviist derom. You may believe me. De ka tro mig. It is a story. Det er Historie fopdigtelse). You joke. De spaser. You jest. De sp^ger;. 1 doubt it. Jeg tvivler derpaa. I caot believe it. Jeg ka ikke tro det. 1 scarcely believe it. Jeg troer det kap.

62 45 I ca assure you of it. Jeg ka forsikkre Dem det. My bror is witess. Mi Broder er Vide. My frid ca testifyit. J/m f ka bevide det. You are right. De har Ret, Do you thik you are Troer De^ De har Ret? right? You are wrog. De har Uret, You are mistak. De tager fell. I thik you are mistak. Jegtroer^ De tager fell. Every oe will tell it Ehver vil sige Dem you. [it. det. The whole world kows Hele Verdveed det. It is udoubted. Det er utvivlsomt. 6. Nobody doubts it. Tg tvivler derptia. The whole story is D hele Historie er osse. Sak. What do you say? Jfvad siger De? What do you say? [say. wish to Hvad vilde De sige? You were pleased to De behagede at sige. It is icredible, [me. Det er utrougt. It is icoceivable to Determigubegribeligt You have be imposed Ma har arret Dem. upo. It is uheard of, Det er uh9rt. It is beyod my co- Det er mig for heit. ceptio.

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64 47 Will you await me? Vii De vte mig? Remai here, util I BUv De her, til jeg retur. kommer igj. Do ot go away. Gaa ikke bort. Wh shall you retur? Naar kommer De tilbag e? Do retur soo. Kommer De mart tilbage igj, I have busiess to do. Jeg har Forretiger. I am goig to tow. Jeg gaaer til Stad. Whir are you goig? Ilvor gaaer De h? Whce do you come? Hvorfra kommer De? I come from atre. Jeg kommer fra Theatret. Who kocks? Hvem baker? Come i. Kom id! What does it mea? Hvad betyder det? What do you mea? Hvad mer De? What do you mea by Hvad vilde sige derit? med? 1 shall go home. Jeg vil gaa hjem. I am at home. Jeg er hjemme. Approach. /Com cermere. Do ot stir. Gaa ikke af Stedet. 8. What do you desire? Hvad sker De? What do you wat? Hvad vil De? Speak. Tal. Speak out! Ud med det! Tal dristigt!

65 48 Aswer me. Svar mig. What did you ask? Hvad spurgte Get you goe! Oaa bori. Be silt. Tie! I am ot well. Jeg er ikke vel Are you uwell? Er De ikke veu What is matter Hvad feiler Demi with you? De om? I am quite charmed Jeg er gaske hry ki with it. derover. I am glad of it. Det glwder mig. It is ideed admirable. Det er virkelig beudrigsvoerdigt Do you speak daish? Taler De dask? I lear daish. Jeg Icerer dask. I speak it a little. Jeg ialer det lille Smuie. I will ot hear aythig Jeg vil ikke here Noof it. get derom. The thig speaks for Tig taler for sig itself. selv. Excellt! Fortrceffeligt! It is astoishig. Det er forbausde. I am quite ast-oished. Jeg er gaske forbauset. It is a very sigular Det er besyderlig thig. Sag. How happy I am! Hvor jeg er lykkeligl m It grieves me. Det smerter mig. 9. How uhappy I am! Hvor jeg er ulykkelig.

66 49 It is a sad accidt. Let er et s0rgeugt Tilfaslde. With God's help. Med Guds Hjelp. Heav be praised. Himl skee Tak, There is o doubt of it. Der er ig Tvivl derom You doubt it? DetvivJer derom? Why do you doubt it? Hvorfor betvivier De det? How far shall we go? Hvor lagt skulle vi gaae? Come this way. Kom her igjem (kom de Vei). Quickly! Hurtig! Make haste! Skyd Dem! He came just at Ha kom just til rette right time. Tid. She died suddly. Hu dede pludselig. Are you i earest? Er det deres Alvor? I oly said it i jest. Jeg sagde det ku for Speg. O foot. Til Fods (Ulfods). O horseback. Til Hest (tilhest). Be it as it may. Ham skee som ha vil He will probably do it Ha vil sadsyligviis gj0re det* It caot well be doe. Detgaaerikkegodt a. It caot be doe. Det lader sig ikke gj^re. Do it as well as you Gjm' De det saa godt ca. som De ka. We isist upo it. Yi staae fast derpaa. Daish Dialogues. 4

67 I kow othig about Jeg veed Igtig. it derom. He arrived before me. ffaakomferdmig. Forget it. Forglem det. It is easy to forget. Der er let at glemme. Have patice. Slaa Dem HI Taals. With all my heart. Af gaske Hjerte. I have othig to say Jeg har Itet derimod. to it. Circumstaces are ot Siehlikketerikkemeget favourable. gustigt. Nev^r mid! Gjer itet. He did it o purpose! Ha gjer detmedviuie, Did you do itpurposely? GjordeDedetmed VilHe I will ot do it. Jeg gjer det ikke. I do it reluctatly. Jeg gjer det odig. It is time. ])et er Tid. It is ot yet time. Det er du ikke Tid. It is all same to me. Deter mig gaske ligegyldigt. I kew it before. Jeg har vidst det forud. I told you so before. Jeg sagde Dem det i Forvei. So much better. Desto bedre. I do ot care about it. Jeg hrydtr mig ikke derom I do ot trouble myself Jeg b ckymrer mig ikke about it. derom. I care othig about it. Jeg sperger ikke derefter.

68 51 It is idiffert to me. Det er mig ikke magipaaliggde. I advise you. Jeg raader Dem. 11. Do you speak to me? Taler Be til mig? To whom is he talkig? Med hvem taler ha? He would ot tell it me. ffa vilde ikke sige mig det. What do you say? ffvad siger De? What do you mea? Hvad mer De? What did you say? Hvad siger De? What has he said? Hvad har ha sagt? ' We I did ot hear it. Jeg har ikke hert det. He said othig. Haharlgiigsagt, have told it him. Vi have sagt ham det. I heard it said. Jeg har hart det sige. Do you kow him? Kjder De ham? You seem to kow each De kjde hveradre, or. som det syes, I ever heard like. Jegharaldrig hert oget saadat. Somebody told me. Ma har sagt mig det. From whom did you Jf hvem har De h^rt hear that? det sige? I do ot kow. Jeg veed ikke. What do you mea to Hvad vil De sige med say by that? det? What is meaig of Hvad vil det sige? that? Betwe ourselves. Mellem os sagt, A*

69 52 That is othig. Dei vil ikke sige oget I grat it. Let idremmer jeg gjeme. I remember it. Jeg eridrer mig det. 12. I will remid you of it. Jegvil mide Dem derom. I caot recollect it. Jeg ka ikke eridre mig det. Let me aloe. Lad mig i Fred. Let it be. Lad det vcere. What is your opiio Hvad mer De derom? of it? It is ot my busiess. Det agaaermig ikke. Who would have Hvemskuldehavetckt thought it? det. It will come to othig. Der vil ikke komme oget ud deraf. As much as is i my Saavidt det staler til power. mig, I say: it is. Jeg siger,ja^^! I say: it is ot. Jeg siger "ei''! Oce for all. Egag for alle. [dre. Neir more or less. Hverkmeerellermi- I kow him. Jeg kjder ham, I have kow him for Jeg har kjdt ham i flere Aar. years. He has be logkow Ha har Icge vceret to me. mig bekjdt. It is fortuate, that I DeterLykke,atjeg meet you. trmffer Dem.

70 53 I wished to speak to you. Jeg vilde tale med Dem, I wated to speak to Jeg maa edvdigviis you urgtly. tale med Dem. I have o time. Jeg har ig Tid. I i am a hurry. Jeg har Hastvosrk, Call o me Beseg mig. Where do live? Hvor hoer De? you I live i Kigs-Street. Jeg boer i Kogs- Gade.

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72 55 That is a good idea. Dei er god Idee. I am of your opiio. JegerafderesMmg. 2. Goig ad Comig. Afgag og AkomsU Where are you goig. Hvor gaaer Be h? I am goig to tow. Jeg gaaer til Stad. I am goig ito Jeg gaaer paa LadeU coutry. I am goig home. Jeg gaaer hjem. We are goig to Da- Vi reise til Damark, emark. He is goig to Norway. Vi reise til Norge. From whce do you JSvor kommer Be fra? come? [hag. [hav, I come from Cop- Jeg kommer fra Kjeb- We are returig from Vikomme fra Spada walk. seregag. He comes from your Ha kommer fra deres house. Hjem. Come i. Kom id. Walk slower. Gaa lagsommere. You walk too fast. Be gaaer for rask. I caot keep up with Jeg kaikkefolge Ber. you. Let us rest a little. Lad os hvile os lidt, I will go with you. Jeg gaar med. Follow me. Felg mig. Come this way. Kom herh. Come earer. Kom cermere.

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