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Low German Languages

6 February, 2016 (11:49) | General | By: admin

Around the year 1000 Danish language is divided into three dialects: skoysky, zealand and Jutland. Impact on the Latin language and Lower Saxony over time resulted in his departure from the ancient north (Old Norse) proto-language. Film director brings even more insight to the discussion. Although, that the degree of lexical differences between all the languages of the Scandinavian group is small, the Danish language is fairly hard to understand representatives of the other Scandinavian languages. But, despite this knowledge of one language German group greatly facilitates the process of learning the Danish language. Better understand the language of the Norwegians, Icelanders stand behind them, and then go to the Swedes and Finns. History of the Danish language is divided into drevnedatsky and novodatsky periods. In drevnedatsky period, which lasted from 9 to 15 century, there was a system that contains two cases, which tended nouns, in contrast to the four that existed previously.

These were the common case and genitive case, and later the last almost disappeared. Whereas previously there was a system consisting of three types, then later changed her system, which includes common and neuter. Verb conjugations for individuals completely disappeared. Danish vocabulary included borrowing from the medium-and Low German. During the Reformation, the scope of the Danish language has grown significantly, resulting in a change grammar.

Later in the disappearance of changes in the numbers of verbs in Danish language was entirely analytic type. Over time, identify existing on the date the order of word and formed the syntax of complex sentences. Vocabulary, language replenished borrowings from English, German and French languages.