Everyone who learned Danish knows that there are two grammatical genders in the language: common (or n-words) and neuter (or t-words).
According to Wikipedia:
Historically, nouns in Danish and…
I moved to Denmark in April 2014. In August 2014, I started to learn Danish in Studieskolen, the most popular language school in Copenhagen. In December 2016, I finally passed the Prøve i Dansk 3, the State’s exam of the Danish language.
This is just a small observation about one counterintuitive feature of the SQL language.
SQL (Structured Query Language) was initially named SEQUEL (Structured English Query Language). One word clearly explains why the “keyed-in” SQL…