How do you say thank you for your kindness in Danish?
Tusind tak for din venlighed.
"Tak" is the danish for thank you. "mange tak" means thank you very much.
You say - tak
ala compona de sora
ram dam kin.
Tak fordi du ringede
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
Please accept my sincerest thanks for your kindness.
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).
Compliment them on their kindness and if necessary give them a tip.
Tak = Thanks Mange tak = Thanks a lot Tak skal du have <> Thank you
Thank you for your kindess = ×ª×•×“×” ×œ×š ×¢×œ × ×“×™×‘×•×ª×š
kindness empathy treat others the way you want to be treated kindness build trust
dansk if you asked about what danish pastry was called on danish then it is "Wienerbrød"
No, I'm afraid they can't. If you beg for something free, you can't say "but I only want THIS type of thing" or "I don't like THOSE types." You take whatever they give you out of kindness --- and you say "Thank you."
If the man's kindness took place at a hospital, a letter expressing your thanks would be the most appropriate gift. Hospital workers may not be allowed to accept gifts with monetary value.
Kindness and Trust are the themes. THis is my homework for today! Sorry if I didn't help much....
kindness and appreciation.
kindness- merci pour votre gentillesse
You simply say "farvel", the danish equivalent of "farewell"...
How do you say _______ in Danish = "Hvordan siger man ________ på dansk"
Mange tak [marne tark]
In Danish, welcome is :
dansk or danske
"No" in Danish is ingen
Ø is the Danish word for island. If you want to say it in plural, say øer.
kindness and tusting others.
'Chair' in Danish is stol.
'Eat' in Danish is spise.
is is the Danish word for ice
"Fox" in Danish is ræv
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
The short story , Thank you Ma'am, was written by author Langston Hughes. The lesson that is learned in the book is kindness.
English: Father Danish: Far
"Velkommen" Is the Danish word for Welcome(:
Frihed is the Danish word for freedom
Vielen Dank für Ihre Freundlichkeit
Tusind tak ska' du ha' in Danish means thank you very much
Sorry, there is no such thing as that name "SHANNON" in danish.
Danish is spelled 'danois, danoise' in French.
"Dear" in Danish is kære
This depends, I think, on what manners we're talking about. However, I would have to say no. Murderers might say "please" and "thank you," but that might just be out of politeness or habit. It is not manners that makes us, rather the kindness and respect we show to others through them.
You write, "Thank you very much for your kindness, I am extremely grateful!"
if you want something dont steal rely on the kindness of others
If you like that boy who likes you then tell him that you like him too and just start talking and hanging out. if you don't like him then tell him that you are either not ready to date or tell him that you are not interested. You shouldn't lie but tell him how you truly feel. You can always say "Thank you." It's a very special gift for someone to say he likes you… Read More
yellow eyes in danish is "Gule øjne"
Literal translation of baby in Danish is: baby, spædbarn
"Dear John" in Danish is Kære john