You probably don’t realize that you know some Danish. Well, Easiest Foreign Languages will reveal that you already know quite a bit of Danish, because many Danish words look like English.
Easiest foreign languages have many words similar to your native language.
For English-speakers, Danish is one of the easiest languages because it is one of the Germanic Language family, which includes English. And also includes Danish, German, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish – all of which have many words similar to English.
In each language, the parts similar to English can be called Easiest Danish, Easiest German, Easiest Dutch, Easiest Norwegian, and Easiest Swedish. These are the words of each language that are similar to English.
Each Easiest Foreign Language has thousands of words similar to English, including Danish.
The Easiest Danish words, which are similar to English, will make learning the Danish Language easier for you.
Learning a foreign language is never EASY.
But some foreign languages are EASIER than others.
Danish, with many words like English, is one of the EASIEST.
Many Danish words are spelled exactly like English. Even more Danish words are spelled slightly different than English, but still look related.
Discover how much you know about Easiest Danish just because you know English. You will recognize more Danish words than you realize.
Since so many Danish words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your experience with those related words. If you are an English-speaker, you have spent years with these English words that resemble Danish words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously. Think a thought and these words spring to mind. So will their Danish relatives, perhaps just a little more slowly.
Find out all the ways Easiest Danish is similar to English, before starting to struggle with the differences.
A thousand Danish words similar to English are easier to remember than ten foreign Danish words unrelated to English.
If you've traveled to countries like Japan or China with difficult languages much different than English, like Japanese or Chinese, you know how hard it is as an English speaker to learn and remember even a few of those foreign words in difficult languages unrelated to English.