Danish Lessons in Glasgow. Learn Danish
If you want to take Danish lessons for business or personal reasons then we can give you what you need; a professional native speaking teacher and an approach which allows you to make the decisions. This means that you will soon be making great strides in your progress and dreaming of the day when you will be fluent in Danish.
Danish Course in Glasgow
You might want to learn Danish for any number of different reasons and the key thing is that we will tailor the course to these needs and give you the support you need to gain the skills you want.
General Danish courses will provide you with enough grammar and vocabulary to allow you to converse with native speakers, and form a strong basis for further learning. You will learn the all important business etiquette as part of our Business Danish courses. This is essential to avoid making costly or embarrassing mistakes on work trips abroad.
The exact syllabus is not determined simply in terms of 'General' or 'Business' - the course is tailor-made to your needs. If, as a Business student, you need extra focus on telephone or email communication, or vocabulary from a specific field of business, you only need mention this to your tutor. The great thing about our General courses is that the syllabus is not set in stone. Whatever aspect of the language that you need to know can be added with no problem.
Lots of different types of students choose our Business classes. A good example comes from the range of people who work for multinational firms and need to be able to other languages such as Danish from time to time. The general courses in Danish which we offer provide a fantastic way to get ready for a new life abroad or to communicate better with a foreign partner. In fact, the list of reasons for learning Danish is pretty much endless.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Danish Course in Glasgow (closed group)
Info about Danish
A Scandinavian language spoken by around 6 million people - mostly in Denmark and Greenland - Danish is in many ways something of a unique tongue. No other language is so liable for shortening and reducing word forms, even in formal language; and includes 14 vowel sounds. Verbs change in form only according to tense, rather than standard conjugation - but they make up for this oddity by having a huge amount of irregular verbs.
Proficient speakers of Danish, Swedish and Norwegian can generally understand one another pretty well, despite various differences between the languages and varying dialects depending on area - though thankfully Danish does not suffer so much from distinct regional dialects.
Meet some of our teachers
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Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)