Danish Irregular Verbs 2
This page describes a Qedoc learning module or quiz entitled "Danish Irregular Verbs 2". You can download the module from this page to put on your computer. You can also launch the module straight off the web using the launch quiz link on the right-hand side of this page. Another way to access this quiz is to install the Qedoc Quiz Player and bring up its directory of downloadable quizzes. Whichever way you choose to use it, it's free.
Test your knowledge of 69 of the less common irregular Danish verbs. Train yourself using a flashcard-style learning system.
Verbs covered include:
at bide, at dølge, at drive, at fare, at fnyse, at forlade, at fortryde, at gælde, at gide, at glide, at gnide, at græde, at gribe, at gyde, at gyse, at hænge, at hive, at jage, at klinge, at knibe, at lade, at krybe, at kvæde, at kvæle, at lide, at lyde, at lyve, at nyde, at nyse, at pibe, at række, at rinde, at rive, at ryge, at skide, at skride, at skrige, at skyde, at slå, at slibe, at slide, at slippe, at smide, at smøre, at snige, at snyde, at spinde, at sprække, at stige, at stikke, at stinke, at stjæle, at strække, at stride, at stryge, at sværge, at svide, at svige, at svinde, at svinge, at synke, at tie, at træde, at turde, at tvinde, at tvinge, at vække, at vige, at vride.
The module contains the following activities:
- Activity 1. In this easier variation, you are prompted with underscores for each letter, so you know how long each word is. 12 verbs are presented each time, chosen from the complete list on the basis of your previous performance.
- Activity 2. In this intermediate version, the programme will automatically signal if you have typed in the right letters, but leave you guessing if you haven't. Keep guessing until the fields turn green.
- Activity 3. In this harder variation, you are given no indication of the length of the answer. 12 verbs are presented each time, chosen from the complete list on the basis of your previous performance.
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