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This book is surprisingly unhelpful. For those taking Danish as their first foreign language the book will be confusing; it will be frustrating for those who have several languages under their belt and are familiar with grammar. For example, the genitive case is introduced without a good explanation of what the genitive case is, or even explaining what a "case" is. The phonetics section is hopelessly confused; they use the same symbols for completely different sounds ([e] for the vowels in English 'sin' and French 'les'), and symbols that don't correspond at all to how my native Danish-speaking professor pronounces things. I'm going to check out the Comprehensive version from the library and hope that this book, as a pared-down version, merely suffers from bad editing.
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