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Danish Classroom

Teacher: [Sheracle]

Welcome to this classroom! Here you can ask any questions about the Danish language and I'll try to answer.


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- [shisnick990]



In Danish the verbs do not change whether it's I, you, he/she/it, we, or they.

Numbers from one to hundred:
Danish Numbers

Letters that aren't in the English alphabet:
Danish Letters

Some things that are nice to know if you go to Denmark: name, age, and so on:
Danish Sentences

some small words and phrases:
thank = tak
sweet = sød
pretty = pæn
no = nej
yes = ja
where = hvor
what = hvad
name = navn
hi = hej (almost pronounced in the same way)
Welcome = Velkommen
Come back soon = Kom snart igen
Good day = Goddag
Good bye = Farvel
How are you? = Hvordan har du det?
How is it going? = Hvordan går det?
What have you been up to? = Hvad har du lavet?


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2005-03-14 [calamaethor]: ghehe nice Birgitte :) det er jo rart for dem at lære lidt dansk ey ;) har man brug for en hjælpelærer? ;)

2005-03-15 [Sheracle]: to san~sao: Yeah I am :D so that's great!!

2005-03-15 [Sheracle]: to Vlademir: yes! I could really need a helper right now, cuz this classroom is a bit on hold, cuz I'm very busy with homework and examns is coming up

2005-03-15 [calamaethor]: very new to all this ET if u got msn add me: and hook me up with the things i need to know..btw i think it would be nice to make a lesson with words that include æ ø å and teach ppl how to pronounce em...i got a danish book for beginners..ill take something from it and make a lesson that u can put on...just so u have more time for ure exam...btw...good luck :D

2005-03-15 [Sheracle]: I'll add you :D

2005-04-13 [Oude acc van Melcinítan]: "letters that isn't in the english alphabet." that should be "aren't"

2005-04-18 [Sheracle]: Thanx :D

2005-04-18 [calamaethor]: lolz timo! you just love to correct people dont you? :P

2005-04-20 [Sheracle]: I like it... want stuff like this to be perfect...! so it's great!! hehe...

2006-08-17 [Yoruno]: I have a question: How do you say "Welcome" and "Come back soon" in danish? ^___^

2008-01-01 [Sheracle]: Welcome = Velkommen
Come back soon = Kom snart igen
Anything else?

2009-01-02 [shisnick990]: Hello. I was hoping to learn some Danish but noticed that the page hasn't been touched in ages. Any chance that it will start getting more added on soon??? Ohh and BTW I added the words welcome and come back soon to the small words list.

2009-01-06 [Sheracle]: Hey.. No you're right, it hasn't.. I kinda lost the spark, so I didn't make the page any bigger... But if you want to learn, I'll be happy to try to teach you :)
And nice with the adds

2009-01-07 [shisnick990]: You are most welcome. And yes I would LOVE to learn. :-)

2009-01-08 [Sheracle]: Just ask away

2009-01-08 [shisnick990]: Well I guess I'd like to start with the basics.
I guess greetings. Good bye, how are you, what have you been up to. Stuff like that.

2009-01-09 [Sheracle]: Hey = hej
Good day = Goddag
Good bye = Farvel
How are you? = Hvordan har du det?
(more used is how's it going!)
How is it going? = Hvordan går det?
What have you been up to? = Hvad har du lavet?

2009-01-09 [shisnick990]: Awesome. So I was a little curious about pronunciation. Is it basically the same as the English alphabet with the few added letters?

2009-01-09 [Sheracle]: No it's not.. But I dont know how to write pronpunciation :/
I once found a dictionary from english to danish at Stanford Univeristy, where there was pronounciations, but I cant remember how it was...

2009-01-10 [shisnick990]: Ahhh... That is alright. :-)

2010-01-08 [shisnick990]: Wow. Can't believe it has been almost a year since I posted on here. Any chance you have learned how to do pronunciation yet?

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