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How to say I m bored in Danish?
(Yawn!) To tell your Danish friends you’re bored, ‘I bore myself’ is the expression to use (do take care that you don’t end up being a bore to the others instead!): Jeg keder mig.
How do you say I’m bored in every language?
In other languages bored
- American English: bored /ˈbɔrd/
- Arabic: مَلول
- Brazilian Portuguese: entediado.
- Chinese: 无聊的
- Croatian: kojem je dosadno.
- Czech: unuděný
- Danish: kede (sig)
- Dutch: verveeld.
How do you say I’m bored in English?
WAYS TO SAY “I’M BORED”
- What a bore!
- I’m bored to tears / bored to death / bored silly / bored stiff.
- I can’t say that I find this very interesting.
- I must say that I don’t share your enthusiasm.
- It’s so dull.
- Quite frankly the performance leaves me cold.
- I’ve never watched anything so boring.
- This ceremony is so long!
What is the synonyms of boring?
In this page you can discover 73 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for boring, like: dull, tedious, monotonous, dreary, tiresome, uninteresting, humdrum, dry, irksome, wearisome and weary.
What can I say instead of I’m bored?
Synonyms & Antonyms of bored
- fed up,
- sick and tired,
What can I say instead of I am bored?
- sick and tired.
Do you know any English words in Danish?
Most Danes do have some English understanding, and the majority have a very good understanding. However, as in any country it’s always polite to have a few words in Danish in order to communicate.
Is it polite to say sorry in Danish?
However, as in any country it’s always polite to have a few words in Danish in order to communicate. Anyone who has visited a foreign language country knows the uncomfortable feeling of not knowing how to say sorry to somebody because you bumped into them.
Which is the correct way to say goodbye in Danish?
How To Say Goodbye In Danish First you say ‘hej.’ Then you say ‘hej hej.’
What do you say when someone says Hi in Denmark?
First you say ‘hej.’ Then you say ‘hej hej.’ As a newcomer to Denmark or to the Danish language, you might be confused when you hear people saying “hi hi” whenever they part. Then again, that’s not really what they’re saying.