One second of Swedish. Help me please.
Thread poster: liam.berlin

liam.berlin
Local time: 08:04
Aug 18, 2011

http://youtu.be/2E5IjeNsmxQ?t=1m10s

At about 01:13 she points and says something.

Please tell me what this is, in English and Swedish. Thank you! Also if you have any memories of this great performance please do share.

Thank you!

[Edited at 2011-08-18 20:47 GMT]


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Michele Fauble  Identity Verified
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Aug 18, 2011



[Edited at 2011-08-19 20:30 GMT]


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liam.berlin
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No. I am sorry. It is not that. 01:13 is the word I am looking for, when she points. Aug 18, 2011

No. I am sorry. It is not that. 01:13 is the word I am looking for, when she points.

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Andreas Majetic  Identity Verified
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I know what you're getting at... Aug 18, 2011

But I can't make it out, too unclear =/.

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Joakim Braun  Identity Verified
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"Skratta" Aug 19, 2011

Sound is very bad, but my guess is she says "skratta" as an aside to the audience ("Laugh!").

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liam.berlin
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This does make sense as the audience was laughing. Aug 19, 2011

Is there another word as well? How do you say "Stop laughing!" in Swedish? Could she be saying that? Or something else before 'laugh'?

And thank you so much.


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Peter Linton  Identity Verified
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Agree Aug 19, 2011

I agree with Joakim

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Andreas Majetic  Identity Verified
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In that case Aug 19, 2011

Don't you think she might say "Inte skratta!"? Considering the gesture she does with her finger, surely that means to refrain from doing something and not encouraging..?

Edit: Hmm, no, looking at it again it definitely looks and sounds like just "skratta". What an odd thing to say =)

[Edited at 2011-08-19 11:27 GMT]


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liam.berlin
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Thanks for your help so far. Aug 24, 2011

Can anyone else assist here? Many thanks.

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She says "Inte skratta!" - "Don't laugh!" Jun 18, 2012

Liam Whelan wrote:

http://youtu.be/2E5IjeNsmxQ?t=1m10s

At about 01:13 she points and says something.

Please tell me what this is, in English and Swedish. Thank you! Also if you have any memories of this great performance please do share.

Thank you!

[Edited at 2011-08-18 20:47 GMT]


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