English Needs No Translation For Danish

Some English Needs No Translation For Danish because the words similar Danish to will enable understanding of what is meant.

Use the spelling and/or sound of each English 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.

Consider each sentence as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. See how far down the list you can get.

This list starts with the easiest English sentences for Danish-speakers to figure out, and then progresses to 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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Some English Needs No Translation For Danish

ENGLISH

Help! -- [help]

Good morning!

Where is a hotel? -- [‘hotel’]

Where is a café? -- [‘café’]

Where is an internet café? -- [‘café’]

Where is a restaurant?

Where is a bar?

Where is a burger restaurant?

Where is a good café? -- [‘café’]

Where is a good restaurant?

Where is a good bar?

A glass of juice. -- [‘glas’ ‘juice’]

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

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

A glass of lemonade. -- [‘glas’]

A cup of coffee.

One cup of tea.

One cup of tea with milk.

Where is a film? -- [‘film’]

Where is a spa? -- [‘spa’]

Where is the sauna?

Where is a concert?

Where is a nightclub?

Where is a casino? -- [‘kasino’]

Where is the bank?

Where is the elevator?

Where is the bus station?

Where is the nearest bus station?

Where is the synagogue?

Where is the toilet?

Where is a market?

Where is a supermarket?

Where is the stadium?

Where is the business center?

What is the address?

What is the fax number?

Can you help me? -- [‘kan’]

Can you press that? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair the toilet? -- [‘kan’]

Can you repair the oven? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me? -- [‘kan’]

Can you wake me at midnight? -- [‘kan’]

Can we camp here? -- [‘kan’]

Can I send an e-mail? -- [‘kan’ ‘e-mail’]

Can I send a fax? -- [‘kan’ ‘fax’]

Can I send a packet? -- [‘kan’]

Can I send a packet express? -- [‘kan’ ‘ekspres’]

May we sit there?

May we sit here?

May I kiss you?

May I see the wine list?

Is that kosher? -- [‘kosher’]

Is there live music? -- [‘live’]

Is there a handicap toilet?

Are there cooking facilities?

Is there an indoors pool? -- [‘pool’]

That is interesting.

That is romantic.

That is cold.

That is warm.

There are insects.

There is a problem.

Next stop is the terminal.

My Name is Jan.

I come from the USA.

I come from England.

I study English.

I am here alone.

I am here for a seminar.

I am here for a conference.

I am a vegetarian.

I have an allergic reaction.

I am handicapped.

I am sick.

I have a fever.

I have asthma.

I have diarrhea.

I have a reservation.

We have a reservation.

My telephone number is…

My number is…

Hello, this is Jan.

I am heterosexual. -- [‘heterosexuel’]

Are you homosexual? -- [‘homosexuel’]

Send me an e-mail. -- [‘e-mail’]

My e-mail address is… -- [‘e-mail’]

Here is my e-mail address. -- [‘e-mail’]

Here is my telephone number.

My phone works here.

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DIFFERENT ORDER

Some Norwegian 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?

Does the hotel have a PC?

Does the hotel have internet?

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FOR AN EASIER VERSION


For an easier version of these sentences -- with Danish translations -- go to the web page Easiest English Sentences For Danish.


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MORE ENGLISH NEEDS NO TRANSLATION FOR DANISH

Signs In English That Need No Translation for Danish:

INFORMATION

CHECK-IN

TOILET

BUS STOP

ELEVATOR

INTERNET [IN-tah-neht]

LOG IN

E-MAIL [‘e-mail’]

INSTANT MESSENGER

CAMPING FORBIDDEN

GRILLING FORBIDDEN

FOR VEGETARIANS

CALORIES

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Seasons:

summer

winter

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MONTHS:

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September [“september”]

October [ahk-TOH-buhr]

November [noh-VEHM-buhr]

December [“desember”]

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DAYS:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

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COMPASS:

north

south

east

west

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NUMBERS:

one

two [“to”]

three

four

five

six [sihks]

seven

eight

nine

ten [tehn]

eleven

twelve

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COLORS:

beige

orange

violet

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For more see English Phrases Need No Translation for Danish.



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