The Danish language with the translation agency Fasttranslator
General information about the Danish language
In Danish grammar, there is no neutral gender, only masculine and feminine. Also, there are only two definite and indefinite articles each. The articles are "et" and "en", "det" and "den". You can even attach the article to the end of nouns to mark them as definite or indefinite. Definite and indefinite nouns are often pronounced with a different form. This makes learning Danish as a second language difficult for many people. For this reason, we entrust the translation of your texts exclusively to native speaking translators. They are familiar with the details and unique features of the Danish language and can translate your texts with pinpoint accuracy.
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