Danish Language

Danish exists as a Germanic language, and it is mostly spoken in Scandinavian countries. It has emerged as a distinct language in Medieval times. As Scandinavian languages are relatively alike, one who knows Danish can understand other Scandinavian languages with great ease. It is the official language of Denmark. Also a considerable amount of population in northern Germany speak in Danish. Alphabet is Latin, but three extra vowels are included: Æ,Ø and Å. Verbs are divided into two types as irregular and regular. Standard Danish consist of two nominal genders which are common and neuter, however, some traditional Danish dialects possess masculine, feminine and neuter.