How do say thank you in Danish?
"Tak" is the danish for thank you. "mange tak" means thank you very much.
You say - tak
ram dam kin.
Tak fordi du ringede
Tusind tak for din venlighed.
In Danish: Tak In Norwegian: Takk In Swedish: Tack
Thank you in Danish is tak Thank you is "tak" - more closely to thanks. Please is "behage" as in "to please". If you wanted to say "would you please..." it comes out something like "would you be so good as to..." spoken "vaer sa god at".
Danish - Thank you - Mange tak Swedish - Thank you - tack så mycket
Dane is not a language. A dane is a person from Denmark. In Denmark, people speak Danish, and in Danish tak means thanks. You wouldn't say tak dig (thank you) - that's just not right in Denmark. If you want to say many thanks, you can say mange tak. If people say tak to you, you can say selv tak (self thanks - a way of saying you're welcome).
Tak = Thanks Mange tak = Thanks a lot Tak skal du have <> Thank you
dansk if you asked about what danish pastry was called on danish then it is "Wienerbrød"
You simply say "farvel", the danish equivalent of "farewell"...
How do you say _______ in Danish = "Hvordan siger man ________ på dansk"
Mange tak [marne tark]
"No" in Danish is ingen
In Danish, welcome is :
dansk or danske
Ø is the Danish word for island. If you want to say it in plural, say øer.
'Chair' in Danish is stol.
"Fox" in Danish is ræv
is is the Danish word for ice
'Eat' in Danish is spise.
Door in Danish is "dor"
Du er velkommen (You are welcome) directly translated =============== "You are welcome" translated to Danish is: Selv tak . Example: thank you very much for your help answer: you are welcome would be "selv tak". Other ways to translate the above would be: Ingen årsag or Vær så god
Frihed is the Danish word for freedom
English: Father Danish: Far
"Velkommen" Is the Danish word for Welcome(:
Tusind tak ska' du ha' in Danish means thank you very much
Sorry, there is no such thing as that name "SHANNON" in danish.
"Dear" in Danish is kære
Danish is spelled 'danois, danoise' in French.
"Dear John" in Danish is Kære john
yellow eyes in danish is "Gule øjne"
Literal translation of baby in Danish is: baby, spædbarn
There are numerous ways to say hello in danish. For instance * Goddag * Hej Or the more advanced * Dav/Davs * Halløj ANSWER hello in danish Hej, hallo, davs, halløj
The Danish way of saying "grandmother" is "bedstemor". But if you are referring to a mothers mum, you can say "mormor" or if you are referring to a fathers mum, you say "farmor"
The English slang word 'ta' came from the Danish word for thank you, 'tak.' At some point, the 'k' was dropped and became 'ta.'
Dansk "Jeg er dansk." Yes, the word "Danish" is spelled with a lowercase in Danish - all languages and weekdays are spelled starting with a lowercase.
Sweet dreams translates to drøm sodtin Danish.
Lego is Leg Godt in Danish meaning "play well"
Juleman is Santa in Danish. (yUl uh man)
For every time that You protected me When I didn't know Your name (Lord I say thank you). How You loved on me and cared for me, when I didn't return the same, I. (Lord I say thank you) Now when it seemed like I was losing and I felt like giving up, I (Lord I) I wanna say (say thank you). Your love rushed in like a mighty flood and lifted me above, and… Read More
You say 'skat' or 'elskede'
They say godmorgen.
Danish (Denmark, Greenland) God morgen Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [before noon] God formiddag Danish (Denmark, Greenland) [noon] God middag Danish (Jutland) Mojn
To say "Thank you" it is: "Misotra". To say "Thank you very much" it is: "Misotra betsaka"
for please they say please, and for thank you they say thank you...
to pronounce the danish name bolette, you say (bol)-ay
You don't have a Danish name for James, so you will just say James.
Malo is how you say thank you in tongan. To say thank you very much is "malo aupito".
You just say it in English :-)