So I thought I would give in to some of the WordPress analytics here and cater to the masses of people that seem to flock to this blog for various search results. Though I would love to write more about the “Aarhus naked race” (aka the Kapsejlads) or things like redtube hacks at the Aarhus … More Another take on Danish with Lærdansk on Campus
Attenzione, a chi parla italiano!! If you’re Italian and you want to learn some Danish OR if you are a Dane and you want to learn some Italian, then get yourself over to the Italian Department at AU for their tandemøde! What the heck is tandemøde, you ask? Well, it’s a group of people who … More Parla italiano, taler dansk!
The International Extraordinaire has been known to poke fun at the fact that every Dane we’ve ever met was called Jacob or Kristina in varying forms. It seems, however, that a new generation of Danes is being birthed and, indeed, a new hilarious era of confusion. The link below lists some of the most unique … More Facebook Find of the Week: ‘Unique’ names is being polite
The international extraordinaire isn’t just about posting our innermost thoughts and fantasies, oh no! We want to bring the people together in a big hippie, tree-hugging kinda way, and what better than to bring internationals and Danes together! Through our work at AU we’ve received a most excellent offer from a Danish family with two … More Fancy meeting some real live Danes?!
I was born in Bulgaria. You can imagine that Bulgarian and Danish have nothing in common. Different alphabets, words, grammar, you name it. Back in 2009, the time had come for me to choose where to pursue my higher education. I was a senior in high school and had only one term left until graduation. Long story … More How Not to Fail Completely at Danish
I’m very pleased to say that our next post coming up will be provided by Dimitar Dimitrov, also known as the guy in the video below making good use of his time and practicing Danish. Dimitar’s post will shine a little beacon of light for international students trying to tackle the Danish language, since the … More Coming up: guest blog on the Danish language
I don’t speak Danish. Jeg taler ikke Dansk. Now repeat after me: Jeg taler ikke Dansk. Good work! You have learnt how to say I don’t speak Danish, which is pretty much all you will ever need to know. Congratulations. Go forth and enjoy the wonders of Aarhus. Oh…. You want more? Hmmm. You see, the … More Hvad?? How to accept the fact you will never understand Danish