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Jeg elsker at gå ture med hunde og så passer jeg min moster og onkels hund tit.

Hotellet ligger godt placeret ved Limfjorden, og der er masser af muligheder for at spille golf i den nordvestlige del af Jylland.

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Old Icelandic) forms have been quoted instead of Old Danish forms.

Og der gik jo altså sagnet i gamle dage - for Klintebyboerne, de hørte med til Ibsker sogn og Ibsker Kirke, så når de døde, de skulle blive båret til Ibsker, så bar de den på sådan en bærer.

Og ét er sikkert denne koncertaften med Madsen Trio og det er de historiefortællinger, han fletter det hele sammen med.

In the list, there is special emphasis on the developments that set Bornholmsk apart from Standard Danish.

Spoken Danish gave up this inflection in the 18th century already, even though it was still practiced in the literary language until it was officially cancelled in 1900 (jeg binder ~ vi binde).

Bornholmsk also has special endings for the 2nd person, when a pronoun follows immediately after the ending, namely -st in the singular and -en in the plural: God awtan liden Elna, gods fredd, God awtan, min deilia rosa!

Feminine nouns have -er or, when they end in a vowel in the singular, -ar.

Ad gubbań hań vill freia, jâ vedd; Men toustuiń, vastu jo tosa.

In the list, there is special emphasis on the developments that set Bornholmsk apart from Standard Danish.Spoken Danish gave up this inflection in the 18th century already, even though it was still practiced in the literary language until it was officially cancelled in 1900 (jeg binder ~ vi binde).Bornholmsk also has special endings for the 2nd person, when a pronoun follows immediately after the ending, namely -st in the singular and -en in the plural: God awtan liden Elna, gods fredd, God awtan, min deilia rosa!Feminine nouns have -er or, when they end in a vowel in the singular, -ar.Ad gubbań hań vill freia, jâ vedd; Men toustuiń, vastu jo tosa.Bornholmsk has retained three distinct grammatical genders, like Icelandic or Norwegian, and unlike standard Danish or Swedish.