Danes are among the happiest people in the world. This probably has something to do with hygge, their philosophy of comfort and cosiness … or maybe with the Danish royal family. Or maybe because the Danes have a law to protect every lifestyle? Either way, we love how the Danes love life, and specifically, we love the Danish language.
Denmark is home to approximately five million native speakers of Danish. Other native speakers can be found in Greenland, on the Faroe Islands, and Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, not to mention here in Germany (specifically Southern Schleswig), and further on to Argentina, Canada, and the United States. Compared to other languages, the number of those who speak it as their mother tongue is small. This puts qualified Danish translators in extremely high demand and makes us all the more proud of our hand-picked pool of translators.
Cultural tip: If a host serves a guest something to eat late at night, it is not only hospitable, but a sign that the guest should head home. The godnat mad, or “good night food”, is recognised around the country as signalling the end of the party.
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