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  1. Linda Wightman

    I don’t think it’s Swedish, but I haven’t been able to figure out what it is. It’s some language where in numbers like 17, the “ten” comes after the “seven.” But I haven’t been able to transcribe “atta djo” into something Google can help me with.

  2. Linda Wightman

    Jonathan straightened me out. It IS Swedish, but Joseph is extrapolating, thinking that the teens have the word for “ten” at the end, whereas it’s actually a bit different. What he’s saying is what he wrote to Jonathan as his guesses for the numbers, which Jonathan says is quite accurate, except for the ten-teen difference.

  3. thduggie Post author

    I figured it had to be a nordic language – a lot of what he said sounded like what I’d heard from his Swedish lessons – so I’m glad Jonathan figured it out.


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