|denmark language spoken||1.89||0.1||5846||45|
|denmark language code||0.76||0.8||2362||29|
|denmark language to english||1.82||0.6||749||51|
|denmark language translator||1.93||0.9||5932||59|
|denmark language map||0.57||0.6||1980||52|
|denmark language percentage||0.47||0.8||9381||14|
|denmark language dutch||1.06||0.6||904||29|
|denmark language facts||1.15||1||5750||43|
|denmark language alphabet||0.29||0.4||2422||29|
|denmark language origin||1.89||1||5007||15|
|denmark language translation to english||0.12||1||5858||71|
|language of denmark||0.98||0.4||9898||91|
|denmark official language||0.13||0.4||1842||55|
|germanic languages denmark||0.99||0.1||4279||90|
|germanic language denmark||0.88||0.1||5353||74|
Languages of Denmark. The Kingdom of Denmark has only one official language, Danish, the national language of the Danish people, but there are several minority languages spoken, namely Faroese, German, and Greenlandic . A large majority (86%) of Danes also speak English as a second language; it is mandatory for Danish students...What is the official language in Denmark?
The Kingdom of Denmark has only one official language, Danish, the national language of the Danish people, but there are several minority languages spoken, namely Faroese, German, and Greenlandic.How many people in Denmark speak English?
Danish adults often read novels in English, and by the time you get to university, pretty much all the high-level textbooks are in English. There’s just no economic case for translating textbooks into a language that only 5.6 million people speak. Danes love English. So, English is everywhere in Denmark.