Details for Clilstore unit 777

Title:Cykeltyveriet
Owner:fred
Short URL:http://multidict.net/cs/777
Summary:Two young men decide to steal a bicycle. The theft is seen and reported to the police station. The bicycle owner goes to the police station to see if he can get back his bike, but his friends consider it a waste of time. Cultural notes: "Bicycles are frequently stolen in Denmark. To get money from an insurance one has to register the theft at the police station. Found bicycles that cannot be identified by engraved numbers etc. are sold at an auction at the police station." Language notes: "Colloquial language. Restricted structure. Use of swear words, e.g. sgu’ (by God) frequently used by young Danish people. Most Danish swear words are related to religion. When greeting some young Danes say “Hvad så mand” (What’s up, man) it’s considered to be “low level” language.
Language notes:
Language:da
Level:A1 (5)
Word count:328
Media:video ( 2:09)
Created:2012-09-11 08:57:02 UT
Changed:2014-04-19 12:55:16 UT
Licence:Creative Commons BY-SA
Views:1058
Clicks on words:61 (since 2014-03-18)

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