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Danish for Beginners 2 (A1)

Danish for Beginners 2 (A1)

For foreigners, who would like to improve their basic Danish skills.
You are not a total beginner, and you understand basic Danish when spoken slowly, but you are still having difficulties expressing even simple sentences.
Our main focus will be on the spoken language and the pronunciation. However, written exercises will be part of the course as well, securing an in-depth understanding of vocabular and grammar. To benefit from this course, you must be prepared to do homework between classes.

And who are you?
You have taken an education, or are about to take one, –maybe you are already at work. In either event, you wish to be able to speak to your Danish fellow students, colleagues, and neighbours in their native language.

As we use English to explain grammar, you’d need to have a good knowledge of the English language. However, classes will mainly be conducted in Danish. You’d be expected to have a good understanding of grammar in general from having previously learned another second language, like German, Spanish, Polish, or any other European language.

The course is designed for those not eligible for free Danish courses, or who would prefer to quickly master the language. However, the course does not prepare you specifically for taking an official Danish exam.

You are welcome to take our free online language test before joining one of our Danish courses as to ensure that the level is right for you.

Please notice that some of these courses take twice a week. Please see schedule below.

Learning materials
We use the textbook På vej til dansk – trin for trin from the publishing company “Synope” (DKK 335,-). The book covers Danish for Beginners level 1, 2 and 3. You can buy the book directly from the teacher via Mobilepay on the first day of the course, or you can go to our shop in Hans Hartvig Seedorffs stræde 7, where the book will be available 5 days before the course starts.

Expenses for books and materials are not included in the course fee.