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Simon Talbot From Danish To English    Arts and Entertainment

Started 9/3/20 by Bernard (Hipocampous); 574 views.

                                  

Simon Talbot is one of the biggest stars within comedy in Denmark. He is admired for its exceptional storyteller-style and his excited joy of this art. Growing up in a small town as a Jehovah's Witness, with a drunken dad, Simon became an outsider.

Simon Talbot On Translating Jokes From Danish To English

| Russell Howard


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONkVKl5VIuM
Simon Talbot discusses differences in performing in Denmark and in England, being raised as a Jehovah's witness, and his unique accent.

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NORWAY VS DENMARK

1 Dec 2016 Jarl Andersen laughing

Comment down below Who won!
Norway or Denmark?

https://youtu.be/c_CasV9GTHw
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Guard101

From: Guard101

11/3/20

I wouldn't pass the Scandinavian language test! laughing

Debb-Ca (canadianaca)

From: Debb-Ca (canadianaca)

14/3/20

No clue why, but this is cool!! grinning

Bernard (Hipocampous)

From: Bernard (Hipocampous)

17/3/20

Never mind, I'll won't give you a bad mark! grinning

Bernard (Hipocampous)

From: Bernard (Hipocampous)

17/3/20

Anything Scandinavian is cool! relaxed

Ennya

From: Ennya

20/3/20

Is Norwegian and Danish any close to Icelandic? relaxed

I've been to Iceland several times, it was impossible to learn it... the good part is that a lot speak some German and definitely everyone speak English! 

  • Edited 20 March 2020 22:30  by  Ennya
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Bernard (Hipocampous)

From: Bernard (Hipocampous)

16/4/20

I don't think so - Icelandic grammar is different!

Icelandic magic sheet 4 pronouns by Alaric Hall

https://youtu.be/BkuweHVL4hM
2,132 views # 17 Feb 2016

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