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Danish Key Phrase List

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Nice to meet you.
Rart at møde dig.
Nice to meet you.
Hello.
Goddag.
Hello.
Hi.
Hej.
Hi.
Good morning.
Godmorgen.
Good morning.
Good afternoon.
Godeftermiddag.
Good afternoon.
Good evening.
Godaften.
Good evening.
Good night.
Godnat.
Good night.
How are you?
Hvordan går det?
How are you?
Thank you!
Tak. (n)
Thank you!
You're welcome.
Velbekomme.
You're welcome.
What's your name?
Hvad hedder du?
What's your name?
Jeg hedder Peter. Hvad hedder du?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
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Where are you from?
Hvor kommer du fra?
Where are you from?
Du lyder britisk. Hvor kommer du fra?
You sound British. Where are you from?
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No.
Nej.
No.
I'm sorry.
Undskyld.
I'm sorry.
Excuse me.
Undskyld mig.
Excuse me.
Please.
Be' om.
Please.
Goodbye.
Farvel.
Goodbye.
Thank you very much.
Mange tak skal du have.
Thank you very much.
I'm (name).
Jeg hedder...(name)
I'm (name).
Where is the bathroom?
Hvor er badeværelset?
Where is the bathroom?
I'm fine.
Jeg har det fint.
I'm fine.
May I sit here?
Må jeg sidde her?
May I sit here?
Yes.
Ja.
Yes.
Congratulations!
Tillykke.
Congratulations!
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Monday at 04:13 PM
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Hey listeners! What phrases would you add to our list? Write them down here!


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Friday at 01:43 PM
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Hello Nayoma,


Thanks for taking the time to post.👍

We're glad to have you here! ❤️


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Nayoma
Wednesday at 06:52 PM
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Saturday at 01:15 AM
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Hi Garner,


Thank you for your comment :)


'Det var så lidt' is often used in Danish when someone says thank you and is similar to 'you're welcome' or 'no problem' in English.


Kind regards,

Metha


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Garner
Wednesday at 10:41 PM
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"Det var så lidt" is one that I find myself using very often

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Friday at 08:50 AM
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Hej Yutian,


Ja det kunne vi. Vi skal nok se på det.


We are always expanding our lists so new ideas are always appreciated.

Thank you very much.


Kindly

Anna Maria

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Yutian
Wednesday at 05:00 AM
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Hej alle


du kan også tilføje nyt ord "pøj pøj", betyder tillykke. 😄

DanishClass101.com Verified
Monday at 09:44 PM
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Hi John.


Thanks for posting.


You're right and I recommend you to stick to what you learned.


However, both pronunciations are possible. The t-sound belongs to old Danish, so to say. The "new generation" might still use it in some dialects, but in Copenhagen, the d-sound is prevailing.


Let us know if you have other questions.


Best regards


Marc

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John
Monday at 06:48 PM
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Why is "badeværelset" pronounced with the 't' at the end? I learned a vowel preceding an ending 't' yields the soft 'd'

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Friday at 01:37 AM
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Hi Hilda,


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Cristiane

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hilda
Sunday at 11:38 PM
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