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Danish

Take a dip in the Copenhagen Harbour, visit The Blue Planet, and grab a Rødgrød med fløde for a sweet snack along the way. It’s all a day in the life in the small yet fascinating country of Denmark. Imagine cycling the city streets, riding along the rolling plains until you reach the sandy coastlines along the shore. Unwind with a beer from one of the country’s 200 microbreweries, and strike up a conversation with any of the language’s 6 million speakers. The rich culture of Denmark awaits you!

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People

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  • Who Are You?
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    People

    Who Are You?

    • Greet Others and Bid Them Farewell
    • Introduce Yourself Formally
    • Meet New People
    • Become Familiar With the Regular Present Tense
    • Identify Subject Pronouns
    • Learn the Difference Between Formal and Informal "You"
  • Family Ties
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    People

    Family Ties

    • Ask Questions Regarding Familial Relationships
    • Describe Someone in Relation to Family Members
    • Know About the Two Determiners: en and et
    • Use Personal Possessive Pronouns
  • More about you
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    People

    More about you

    • Articulate Feelings
    • Describe Physical Characteristics
    • Express Interest
    • Inquire About a Stranger
    • Identify the Female Marker Suffix -inde
    • Use the Second Person Plural Pronoun
  • There’s No Place Like Home
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    There’s No Place Like Home

    • Explain That You Are a Non-native Speaker
    • Explain Where You Are From
    • Identify Languages and Countries
    • Inquire About Someone’s Ability to Speak a Language
    • Practice More Using the Present Tense for Verbs
    • Use the Inverted Verb-Subject Order When Asking a Question
  • Where did you go to School?
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    Where did you go to School?

    • Discuss the Merits of a School
    • Inquire About Programs
    • Understand Better the Structure of the Danish Education System
    • Recognize the Old-fashioned Spelling of the Danish Vowel å
    • Use Some Verbs in the Past Tense
    • Use the Past Tense of at være

Travel

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Activities

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Places

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