5 reasons to learn Danish
It’s an easy language to learn
Danish has an incredibly simple grammar to master. Also, it doesn't have verb conjugations or case system, and this makes it be one of the simple languages for someone to learn. The only challenge which most people experience when learning Danish is the pronunciation, which is not hard to master with lots of training and practicing.
Get the opportunity to make friends and develop a network
Denmark is well known for its ‘who you know’ culture and the Danes have developed a very strong network based on both education and work. It can be easier for you to penetrate such network if only you can speak Danish. Once you learn Danish, it can be easier for you to join local various social media groups and connect with people who can help you both professionally and socially.
Although Denmark is among the countries where most of the things are expensive learning Danish in the country is absolutely free. If you possess a CPR number, you are eligible to take Danish lessons at any of the well-known language schools in Denmark.
Get an opportunity to travel more
When you learn Danish, you can attend Danish related exhibitions, social happenings, and events. Learning the language helps to become more aware of the time these events are happening, and it also allows you to benefit from them once you attend them.
Helps you to improve your fluency in other languages
Danish, Swedish and Norwegian are very intelligible. Although there can be some challenges because of regional dialects and accents, most Danes, Swedes, and Norwegians can communicate without having to know the other languages.