The three Scandinavian languages Danish, Norwegian and Swedish are so similar, that if you’re fluent in one, you have to put in very little work in order to learn to read and understand the other two.
Danish is a small language. With just about than 5.5 million native speakers, Danish is hardly a world language like Spanish or Mandarin, and the majority of the population is fluent in English anyway. So why learn Danish?
The Jante Law is a cultural and social code in Denmark, which still highly influences the way people interact but in the last decade it has been much less pronounced in society and a new trend has started to emerge.
Janteloven er et kulturelt og socialt begreb, som stadig har stor indflydelse på, hvordan vi danskere omgås hinanden. Den er ikke er en ”lov” i juridisk forstand, men et uskrevet… [Continue Reading]