This starts with a page that gives basic language background, pronunciation tips, short basic phrase-word-dialog (e.g. Hello, What’s your name, I don’t understand; Again, please, Thanks, What is that, How much, I want one, Where’s a bathroom etc), assorted other useful vocabulary, a one-line grammar sketch (e.g. word order, plurals, definite/indefinite articles), handy Danish-language reference links. Next come:
Danish Cognates (i.e., words that look similar in Danish and English), then the section;
FUN WORD GAME ACTIVITIES:
Danish Dialog Fun Word Search #1;
Danish Dialog Fun Word Search #2;
Danish Dialog Fun Word Search #3;
Danish Dialog Fun Numbers Cryptogram #1;
Danish Dialog Fun Letters Cryptogram #2;
Danish Dialog Fun Greek Letters Cryptogram #2;
Danish Extra Vocabulary Fun Word Search #1-A;
Danish Extra Vocabulary Fun Word Search #2-A;
Danish Extra Vocabulary Fun Word Search #3-A;
Danish Extra Vocabulary Fun Letters Cryptogram;
Danish Extra Vocabulary Fun Numbers Cryptogram;
Danish Extra Vocabulary Fun Greek Letters Cryptogram, then the section;
Photos Show: “A Touch Of Danish Culture” (photos are with explanatory English text, some for example read: Hans C. Anderson, Fairytales Writer; Aebleskiver are spherical Pancakes; Kringle is a kind of Danish pretzel; Happy Christmas painting (1891) by artist Viggo Johansen…);
A page with Denmark’s Anthem: “There Is A Love Country” and comments on the great composer Carl Nielsen, the Royal Danish Ballet and works of August Bournonville; writers of great literature: Hans Christian Anderson (fairy tales), Karen Blixen (stories), Ludvig Holberg (plays); Henrik Pontoppidan, Herman Bang;
The composer Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) wrote six famous symphonies as well as melodies for various popular songs. However, the Royal Danish Ballet gives most of its attention to the works of August Bournonville (1805-1879); Niels Bohr who was one of the world’s greatest physicists;
Basic Danish Reading Material about Denmark handy for developing fluency etc (has English sentences immediately followed by the Danish);
100 Basic Danish Words for literacy along with some selected school-related vocabulary;
Facts About Denmark For Reading/Writing (has English paragraph then the Danish), and finally there is a;
REWARD / RECOGNITION:
Certificate Of Completion.
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