Easiest English Sentences For Danish

Easiest English Sentences For Danish feature words similar to Danish that will enable you to understand what is meant.

The English version is placed first to get you in the habit of looking for and recognizing English words similar to ones in your own language and deducing what the English words mean by yourself without being given the translation first.

Use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to Danish to help you figure out its meaning.

So from the key words similar to Danish you should be able to make out the meanings of the other English connecting words that are not similar to Danish. Use the words similar to Danish as clues to the meanings of the other English words.

Try to just get the overall meaning of each sentence without trying to translate each unfamiliar English word. Many are like sentences in Danish that express ideas you have said or heard often before.

These sentences in English are followed by the Danish words that would be a good guess using as clues the English words similar to Danish. So as a result these are rough translations of the English sentences, which may not be the exact meanings, but will be close enough that you could deduce what is meant.

Under the English and Danish versions of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Danish sentence.

The easiest way is to just read them. Or if you see some you might possibly use on your trip to England or the USA, you can try to pronounce them, which is not easiest.

Consider each sentence as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. Try to guess what each English sentence means without looking at the rough Danish version. See how far down the list you can get.

This list starts with the easiest short English sentences to figure out, and then progresses to longer more challenging ones.

[In the following pronunciation guide, only English words pronounced like Danish are included now, enclosed in single quotation marks. The rest of the English pronunciations will be added later.]

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EASIEST ENGLISH SENTENCES FOR DANISH

ENGLISH -- DANISH -- [SAY DANISH]

Hi! -- Hej!

Stop! -- Stop! -- [stop]

Help! -- Hjælp!

Good morning! -- God morgen.

Where is a hotel? -- Hvor er et hotel?

Where is a café? -- Hvor er en café ? -- [‘café’]

Where is an internet café? -- Hvor er internetcafé?

Where is a restaurant? -- Hvor er en restaurant?

Where is a bar? -- Hvor er en bar?

Hvor er en burgerbar? -- Where is a burger restaurant?

Where is a good café? -- Hvor er en god café? -- [‘café’]

Where is a good restaurant? -- Hvor er en god restaurant?

Where is a good bar? -- Hvor er en god bar?

Where is a good burger restaurant? -- Hvor er en god burgerbar?

A glass of juice. -- Et glas juice. -- [‘glas’ ‘juice’]

A glass of tomato juice. -- Et glas tomatjuice. -- [‘glas’ ‘juice’]

A glass of grapefruit juice. -- Et glas grapefrugtjuice. -- [‘glas’ ‘juice’]

A glass of apple juice. -- Et glas æblejuice. -- [‘glas’ ‘juice’]

A glass of lemonade. -- Et glas limonade. -- [‘glas’]

A cup of coffee. -- En kop kaffe.

One coffee with sugar. -- En kop kaffe med sukker.

One cup of tea. -- En kop te.

One cup of tea with milk. -- En kop te med melk.

A cup of hot chocolate. -- En kop varm chokolade.

Where is a film? -- Hvor er en film? -- [‘film’]

Where is a spa? -- Hvor er en spa? -- [‘spa’]

Where is the sauna? -- Hvor er sauna?

Hvor er jazz? -- Where is some jazz?

Where is a concert? -- Hvor er en koncert?

Where is a disco[theque]? -- Hvor er et diskotek?

Where is a nightclub? -- Hvor er et natklub?

Where is a casino? -- Hvor er et kasino? -- [‘kasino’]

Where is the bank? -- Hvor er banken?

Where is the elevator? -- Hvor er elevatoren?

Where is the bus station? -- Hvor er busstationen?

Where is the nearest bus station? -- Hvor er nærmeste busstasjonen?

Where is the synagogue? -- Hvor er synagogen?

Where is the toilet? -- Hvor er toilettet?

Where is a market? -- Hvor er markedet

Where is a supermarket? -- Hvor er supermarkedet?

Where is the stadium? -- Hvor er stadiumet?

Where is the museum? -- Hvor er museet?

Where is the nature preserve? -- Hvor er naturreservatet?

Where is a souvenir shop? -- Hvor er suvenirbutikken? -- [‘suvenir’]

Where is the shopping center? -- Hvor er butikcentret?

Where is the business center? -- Hvor er businesscentret?

What is the address? -- Hvad er adressen?

What is the fax number? -- Hvad er faxnummeret?

Can you help me? -- Kan du hjælpe mig? -- [‘kan’]

Can you talk English? -- Kan du tale engelsk? -- [‘kan’]

Can you press that? -- Kan du presse det? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair this? -- Kan du reparere den? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair the toilet? -- Kan du reparere toilettet? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair the oven? -- Kan du reparere ovnen? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair the microwave oven? -- Kan du reparere mikroovnen? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair the washing machine? -- Kan du reparere vaskemaskinen? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me? -- Kan du vække mig? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me at midnight? -- an du vække mig ved midnat? -- [‘kan’]

Can we camp here? -- Kan vi campere her? -- [‘kan’]

Can I send an e-mail? -- Kan jeg sende en e-mail? -- [‘kan’ ‘e-mail’]

Can I send a fax? -- Kan jeg sende en fax? -- [‘kan’ ‘fax’]

Can I send a packet? -- Kan jeg sende en pakke? -- [‘kan’]

Can I send a packet express? -- Kan jeg sende en pakke ekspres? -- [‘kan’ ‘ekspres’]

May we sit there? -- Må vi sidde der?

May we sit here? -- Må vi sidde her?

May I kiss you? -- Må jeg kysse dig?

May I see the wine list? -- Må jeg se vinlisten?

Is that kosher? -- Er det kosher? -- [‘kosher’]

Is there live music? -- Er der live musik? -- [‘live’]

Is there a handicap toilet? -- Er der et handicaptoilet?

Are there cooking facilities? -- Er der et køkkenfaciliteter?

Is there an indoors pool? -- Er der en indendørs pool? -- [‘pool’]

Is there an outdoors pool? -- Er der en udendørs pool? -- [‘pool’]

That is interesting. -- Det er interessant.

That is romantic. -- Det er romantisk.

That is warm. -- Det er varmt.

That is cold. -- Det er koldt.

This here is cold. -- Det her er koldt.

This here is salty. -- Det her er saltet.

There is a problem. -- Der er et problem.

There are insects. -- Der er insekter.

Next stop is the terminal. -- Næste stop er terminal. -- [‘stop’]

My Name is Jan. -- Mit navn er Jan.

I come from the USA. -- Jeg kommer fra USA.

I come from England. -- Jeg kommer fra England.

I study English. -- Jeg studerer engelsk.

I am here alone. -- Jeg er her alene.

I am here for a seminar. -- Jeg er her for et seminar.

I am here for a conference. -- Jeg er her for en konference.

I’ll be here until this Sunday. -- Jeg er her indtil den søndag.

I am a vegetarian. -- Jeg er vegetar.

I have an allergic reaction. -- Jeg har en allergisk reaktion.

I am lactose-allergic. -- Jeg er laktoseallergiker.

I am handicapped. -- Jeg er handicappet.

I am sick. -- Jeg er syk.

I have a fever. -- Jeg har feber.

I have asthma. -- Jeg har astma.

I have diarrhea. -- Jeg har diarré.

I have a reservation. -- Jeg har en reservation.

We have a reservation. -- Vi har en reservation.

My telephone number is… Mit telefonnummer er...

My number is… Mit nummer er...

Hello, this is Jan. -- Hallo, dette er Jan.

I am heterosexual. -- Jeg er heteroseksuel. -- [‘heteroseksuel’]

I am homosexual. -- Jeg er homoseksuel. -- [‘homoseksuel’]

I am bisexual. -- Jeg er biseksuel.

Are you homosexual? -- Er du homoseksuel? -- [‘homoseksuel’]

Send me an e-mail. -- Send mig en e-mail. -- [‘e-mail’]

My e-mail address is… Min e-mail-adresse er... -- [‘e-mail’]

Here is my e-mail address. -- Her er min e-mail-adresse. -- [‘e-mail’]

Here is my telephone number. -- Her er mit telefonnummer.

My phone works here. -- Min telefon virker her.

Where is a good restaurant near here? -- Hvor er en god restaurant i nærheden?

Where is a good bar near here? -- Hvor er en god bar i nærheden?

Is there a camping place near here? -- Er der en campingplads i nærheden?

Is there a parking place near here? -- Er der en parkeringplads i nærheden?

Where can I find a taxi? -- Hvor kan jeg få en taxa?

Have you got information on a tour? -- Har du informasjon om en tur? -- [‘tur’]

Is there a tour in English? -- Er der ture på engelsk?

Is there a menu in English? -- Er der et menukort på engelsk?

Can we stop here to go to the toilet? -- Kan vi stoppe her for at gå på toilettet? -- [‘kan’]

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DIFFERENT ORDER

Some Danish sentences have words in a different order than they would be in English, but in spite of this you should be able to understand what the following sentences mean.

Does the hotel have an elevator? -- Har hotellet en elevator?

Does the hotel have a PC? -- Har hotellet en PC?

Does the hotel have internet? -- Har hotellet internet?

Does the price include internet? -- Inkluderer prisen internet?

Where do you come from? -- Hvor kommer du fra?

What are you studying? -- Hvad studerer du?

Can you warm that up? -- Kan du opvarme dette?

How do I log off? -- Hvorden logger jeg af?

When does the next tour start? -- Hvornår starter den næste tur? -- [‘tur’]

What time does that start? -- Hvad tid starter det?

How much does a taxi cost? -- Hvor meget koster en taxa?

How much does a taxi cost to the terminal? -- Hvor meget koster en taxa til terminal?

How much does that cost? -- Hvor meget koster det?

How much does that cost per kilometer? -- Hvor meget koster det per kilometer?

How much does that cost per day? -- Hvor meget koster det per dag?

How much does that cost per night? -- Hvor meget koster det per nat?

Can you wake me at six o’clock? -- Kan du vække mig klokken seks? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me at nine o’clock? -- Kan du vække mig klokken ni? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me at eleven o’clock? -- Kan du vække mig klokken elleve? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me at twelve o’clock? -- Kan du vække mig klokken tolv? -- [‘kan’]

I’ll come at eleven o’clock. -- Jeg kommer klokken elleve.

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FOR A GREATER CHALLENGE

For a greater challenge, go to the web page English Needs No Translation For Danish. There some of these same sentences appear without the Danish versions, which is more like the challenge in real life of trying to figure out English sentences similar to Danish, but without any other help beyond the English words similar to Danish.


For a greater challenge, go to the web page English Needs No Translation For Danish.


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