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Learn Danish - Easy Reader - Easy Listener - Parallel Text Audio Course, No.1

Series: Danish Easy Reader, Book 1
Length: 25 mins
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Are you relatively new to learning Danish or do you need to brush-up on your language skills? You wish to not only talk like a native, but also understand them clearly? Welcome to Polyglot Planet. We provide you with the right tools, energy and motivation for you to understand and speak Danish confidently.

Learn to speak Danish almost instantly with our easy texts and easy audio recordings. Without prior knowledge of grammar or sentence structures, you will learn how to use everyday Danish consistently and effectively. Not only that! You will also learn key vocabulary, phrases and conjugations in a structured environment, which is designed to help build you a solid foundation you will always remember.

With our audio course you will quickly master the listening and speaking skills needed to converse with a native. Our audio tutor you will help you perfect your pronunciation and you will even get a better grip of the grammar, whilst avoiding boring textbook material. You will be speaking Danish within minutes of taking our course!

Our material is enjoyable, current and made for you. Learning Danish can be lots of fun - so download this audiobook now and start speaking Danish today!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

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Not sure how you are supposed to learn when it’s not translated into a language you can understand the entire time.

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  • Harry Flashman
  • 11-28-19

A great way to learn to speak Danish

A book like this allows the student to learn Danish sentences in context. This is what I do: start with a story and try to memorize the text. I listen and repeat small sections over and over again. For one thing this greatly helps me with pronunciation. But it will also helps me to build vocab and gain a better understanding of how Danish sentences are constructed. By memorizing the passages I find that I am building a mental library of expressions that I can use in real conversations.

A while ago I go interested in the concept language learning technique of sentence mining. So I downloaded the app Anki and a deck with thousands of Danish sentences. While this was helpful I felt it was missing something because each sentence stood completely alone. If you are going to memorize sentences why not make it easier on yourself and learn them as part of a story.

This might seem overwhelming, memorizing so much text. But its fine. You really need to say the same sentence over and over again (hundreds of times) for it to properly sink in. You don't want to be doing word for word translations in your head. Instead you need to feel it. Musicians do this with musical passages. They repeat what they are trying to learn over and over again, to the point that the develop muscle memory. That way when they play piece instead of processing the music one note at time they let it just pour out.

By the way I haven't memorized these stories yet. But I have with other Danish stories I have found on the net. And I have made so much progress way. My Danish friend was amazed last time I spoke to her in Danish. So I am very happy to have come across another story I can use to help me continue my learning.

I have listened to the first story and the speaker has a lovely clear voice and speaks at a slow pace suitable for a learner of Danish.