nú gengur fram af mér

English translation: I´ll be darned!

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Icelandic term or phrase:nú gengur fram af mér
English translation:I´ll be darned!

14:38 Dec 19, 2003
Icelandic to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Icelandic term or phrase: nú gengur fram af mér
Hi, and many thanks for everything.

A group of people are wondering allowed who the chosen bride of the so-called “Dalaprins” is.

099:23 "Ja, nú gengur fram af mér," lagði Valgerður til málanna.
099:24 "Er það nú þessi prófastsdóttir, sem verið var að
099:25 þvætta með í hitteðfyrra?"

Best wishes,

Simon
SeiTT
United Kingdom
Local time: 15:49
I´ll be darned!
Explanation:
Að ganga fram ef einhverjum, means to make someone surprised.
Valgerður is expressing her surprise in is a polite and delicate way.
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Birgir Davidsson
Iceland
Local time: 15:49
Grading comment
many thanks - excellent as always
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5 +1I´ll be darned!
Birgir Davidsson


  

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I´ll be darned!


Explanation:
Að ganga fram ef einhverjum, means to make someone surprised.
Valgerður is expressing her surprise in is a polite and delicate way.

Birgir Davidsson
Iceland
Local time: 15:49
Native speaker of: Native in IcelandicIcelandic
PRO pts in pair: 24
Grading comment
many thanks - excellent as always

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