Danish | Phrases - Travel | Flirting

Flirting - Conversation

May I join you?
Må jeg være med?
Asking if you may sit down at someone's table or stand next to him/her by the bar
May I buy you something to drink?
Kan jeg købe noget at drikke til dig?
Asking if you may treat the person to a drink
Do you come here often?
Kommer du her ofte?
Small talk
So, what do you do for a living?
Hvad arbejder du så med?
Small talk
Do you want to dance?
Vil du danse?
Asking someone to dance with you
Would you like to get some fresh air?
Vil du med ud og have noget frisk luft?
Asking a person if he/she wants to go outside with you
Do you want to go to a different party?
Vil du med til en anden fest?
Asking a person to come with you to another location
Let's get out of here!
Kom, lad os gå!
Asking a person to leave with you and go somewhere else
My place or yours?
Mit eller dit sted?
Asking a person where you will spend the night together
Would you like to watch a movie at my place?
Kunne du tænke dig at se en film hjemme ved mig?
Inviting a person to see a movie at your home
Do you have any plans for tonight?
Har du planer i aften?
Asking for a date indirectly
Would you like to have lunch/dinner with me sometime?
Kunne du tænke dig at have frokost/middag sammen med mig på et tidspunkt?
Asking for a date
Would you like to go get a coffee?
Kunne du tænke dig at få noget kaffe?
Asking to spend some time together to get to know each other better
May I walk/drive you home?
Kan jeg følge/køre dig hjem?
Showing interest in not ending the night yet
Would you like to meet again?
Kunne du tænke dig at mødes igen?
Asking for another date
Thank you for a lovely evening! Have a great night!
Tak for en dejlig aften! Have en god aften!
Polite way of ending the night
Would you like to come inside for a coffee?
Kunne du tænke dig at komme med ind og få en kop kaffe?
Inviting a person into your home

Flirting - Complimenting

You're gorgeous!
Du er dejlig!
Complimenting someone on their looks
You're funny!
Du er sjov!
Complimenting someone on their humour
You have beautiful eyes!
Du har smukke øjne!
Complimenting someone on their eyes
You're a great dancer!
Du er en god danser!
Complimenting someone on their dancing skills
You look beautiful in that dress/shirt!
Du ser smuk ud i den kjole/trøje!
Complimenting someone on their fashion sense/figure
I have been thinking about you all day!
Jeg har tænkt på dig hele dagen!
Showing that you like the person a lot
It's been really nice talking to you!
Det har været rigtig hyggeligt at snakke med dig!
Complimenting at the end of a conversation

Flirting - Saying No

I'm not interested.
Jeg er ikke interesseret
Polite way of declining
Leave me alone.
Lad mig være.
Straightforward way of declining
Get lost!
Forsvind!
Rude way of declining
Don't touch me!
Lad være med at røre mig!
Saying no when the other person is making physical advancements
Get your hands off me!
Fjern dine hænder fra mig!
Saying no when the other person is touching you with his/her hands