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Danish Tongue-Twisters

  • NEW! Ringeren I Ringe ringer ringere end ringeren i Ringsted.
    The ringer in Ringe rings less than the ringer in Ringsted.
    —Thank you, Jacob Rubusch
  • Den lille røde ræv har en rund rød blød røv.
    The little red fox has a round red soft butt.
    —Thank you, Dennis Lindgren (I guess)
  • - Far, får får får?
    - Nej, får får ikke får, får får lam.
    - Dad, do sheep make sheep?
    - No, sheep do not make sheep, sheep make lambs.
    —Thank you, Henrik Torkelund
  • Han plukker frugt med en brugt frugtplukker.
    He picks fruit with a used fruit picker.
    —Thank you, Nikolaj Lyngbye
  • Tyve trinde trolde trillede tyve tomme tønder gennem Tønder.
    Twenty stout trolls rolled twenty empty barrels through Tonder.
    (Tønder is a town in the South of Jutland.) —Thank you, Elisabeth McOwan
  • Freddy Fix fra Faxe fangede i faelder femten flotte friske fiskefrikadeller.
    Freddy Fix from Faxe caught in his traps fifteen great fresh fiskfrikadeller.
    —Thank you, Henriette DuBord
  • Rødgrød med fløde.
    Red pudding made from stewed berries, served cold with cream.
  • Bispens gipsbisps gipsgebis gisper.
    The dentures of the bishop's plaster bishop (statuette) clatter.
  • Postbudet prikker på pakkerne på posthuset.
    The postman is poking the packages at the postoffice.
  • Tante Tove tog toget til Thisted torv torsdag.
    Aunt Tove took the train to Thisted market Thursday.
  • Find Finnen Finn før Finn finder Finnen, finder Finn Finnen, finder Finnen Finn.
    Find Finnish Finn before Finn finds the Fin, if Finn finds the Fin, the Fin finds Finn.