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July 4th, 2013, 19:57
Now we're talking about long words, how about this Danish word:

Sporvognsskinneskidtskraber (a kind of tool you'd used to clean the tracks where the lightrail used to go/drive)

As far as Danish goes, I'd say that Danish have more wovel sounds (around 40) than any otherr language. Imo, Danish is the softer version of Swedish as Swedish people will pronounce doctor like this läkara; the Danish version of this is: lęge, pronounced lę:e with a long ę (pronounced like the oe in the french word soeur or sister in English).

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