Our Danish translation team consists of
Danish is the national language of Denmark, as well as one of two official languages in each of its protectorate regions, i.e. Greenland (alongside Greenlandic) and the Faroes (alongside Faroese). Both of these second languages are also creole languages derived, in part, from Danish. The Danish language is also spoken in Southern Schleswig, the portion of Germany bordering Denmark, where it is an officially recognized regional language. In Iceland, Danish is also taught as a compulsory foreign language in schools. There are about 6 million native speakers worldwide. Danish also enjoys status as an official language of the European Union and working language of the Nordic Council. While there is no law that clearly identifies Danish as Denmark’s official language, the Code of Civil Procedure does establish Danish as the language of the courts. Danish is part of the East Norse dialect group, along with Swedish. Surprisingly enough, there is a higher level of mutual intelligibility between Danish and Norwegian, which belongs to the West Norse dialect. Danish developed from Proto-Norse, the common Germanic language of Scandinavia that was used in the 8th century, to become Old East Norse, Runic Danish, and then take its modern form. Danish was once widely spoken in northeast England following colonization by the Vikings, thanks to which many Danish words have entered the English language.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Aalborg (DK), Aarhus (DK), Copenhagen (DK), Herning (DK), Horsens (DK), Kolding (DK), Nuuk (GL), Odense (DK), Roskilde (DK), Tórshavn (FO),