Do you often write instructions, reports or important messages to colleagues or clients? Correct written Danish makes your writing come across as more professional.
What do you learn in our course on correct written Danish?
The course focuses on spelling, punctuation and grammar in the areas that tend to cause the most problems, such as:
- Does this Danish verb need an –r at the end? When do you say ’køre’ and when do you say ’kører’?
- Compound words – is it one or two words? Is it called ’projektleder’ or ’projekt leder’? Do you say ’supergod’ or ’super god’?
- ’Sin’ or ’hans’? Do you say 'Han tager sin bog' or 'Han tager hans bog'?
- ’Nogle’ or ’nogen’. When is it right to say 'nogen æbler' and when should you say 'nogle æbler'?
Do you and your colleagues want to learn together?
We can structure the course for a group of people if there are more of you who need to train your writing skills and grammar. We are also able to utilise material from your work in our teaching if you give us permission to do so.