Danish numbers are easy. “en” is one, “to” is two – and “femoghalvfems” is ninetyfive. That’s because “halvfems” actually is four and a half times twenty. And then you just add the five at front of it. So “femoghalvfems” – easy, right? The Danish number system is partly a base10 system. Same as most other … Read moreDanish numbers – how hard can it be?
We will be starting courses from the ending of January 2018. We start out with 4 courses, two for beginners and two for more experienced students. Courses will be placed as follow: Danish beginners Tuesdays 16-18, beginning January 30 Thursday 18-20, beginning February 1 Danish experienced Tuesdays 18-20, beginning January 30 Thursdays 16-18, beginning February … Read moreNew Danish classes in January 2018
We will have new Danish classes starting in the beginning of April, this is for the second quarter of the year. There will be a beginners class on Tuesday afternoons, and a class for intermediate on Monday afternoons. If you are not sure, what class you should take, please get in touch and we will … Read moreNew classes in April