Danish | Phrases - Travel | General

General - Essentials

助けていただけますか?
Kan du hjælpe mig, tak?
Asking for help
英語を話せますか?
Snakker du engelsk?
Asking if a person speaks English
_を話せますか?
snakker du _[language]_?
Asking if a person speaks a certain language
_を私は話せません
Jeg snakker ikke_[language]_.
Clarifying that you don't speak a certain language
分かりません
Jeg forstår det ikke
Explaining that you don't understand

General - Conversation

こんにちは
Hej!
Standard greeting
やぁ!
Hej!
Informal greeting
おはようございます!
Godmorgen!
Greeting used in the morning
こんばんは!
Godaften!
Greeting used in the evening
おやすみなさい!
Godnat!
Greeting used when leaving in the evening/night or before going to bed
お元気ですか?
Hvordan har du det?
Polite small talk enquiring about the other person's well-being
元気です
Godt, tak.
Polite reply to 'How are you?'
お名前はなんですか?
Hvad er dit navn?
Asking the other person's name
私の名前は_です
Mit navn er ___.
Telling someone your name
どこから来ましたか?
Hvor kommer du fra?
Asking about someone's origin
_から来ました
Jeg er fra___.
Answering about your origin
おいくつですか?
Hvor gammel er du?
Asking about someone's age
_歳です
Jeg er___år gammel.
Answering about your age
はい
Ja
Positive reply
いいえ
Nej
Negative reply
お願いします
Vær så venlig at
Filler word to add polite touch
はい、どうぞ!
Værsgo!
Used when giving something to someone
ありがとうございます
Tak.
Thanking someone
どうもありがとうございます
Mange tak.
Thanking someone very warmly
どういたしまして
Det var så lidt.
Politely replying to a 'thank you'
ごめんなさい
Det er jeg ked af.
Apologizing for something
すみません
Undskyld mig.
Getting the attention of someone
大丈夫です
Det er okay.
Replying to an apology if you accept it
問題ないです
Det er ikke noget problem.
Replying to an apology if you accept it
気をつけて!
Pas på!
Making someone aware of a danger
お腹がすきました
Jeg er sulten.
Used when feeling hungry
喉が渇きました
Jeg er tørstig.
Used when feeling thirsty
疲れました
Jeg er træt.
Used when feeling tired
風邪を引きました
Jeg er syg.
Used when feeling sick
分かりません
Det ved jeg ikke.
You don't know the answer to a question
あなたに会えてよかったです
Det var godt at møde dig.
Polite good-bye phrase after first meeting
さようなら!
Farvel!
Saying farewell

General - Complaints

クレームを言いたいと思います
Jeg vil gerne lave en klage.
Polite way of starting your complaint
責任者はどなたですか?
Hvem har ansvaret her?
Finding out who is responsible
これは非常に受け入れ難いことだ!
Dette er fuldstændigt uacceptebelt!
Strongly expressing your dissatisfaction
お金を返してくれ!
Jeg vil have mine penge tilbage!
Asking for a refund
1時間以上私たちは待っています
Vi har ventet i over en time.
Complaining about long waiting times

General - Swearing

この食べ物はとてもまずい!
Maden smager af lort!
Rude way of showing displeasure with your food
この飲み物は小便の味がする!
Drinken smager af pis!
Rude way of showing displeasure with a drink
この場所は糞だ!
Dette sted er lorte sted!
Rude way of showing displeasure with an establishment
この車は倒壊寸前だ!
Denne bil er et vrag!
Rude way of showing displeasure with a car
このサービスは最低だ!
Servicen stinker!
Rude way of showing displeasure with the service
これは完全なぼったくりだ!
Dette er totalt snyd!
Rudely complaining about a high price
これはでたらめだ!
Det er noget vrøvl!
Rude way of showing disbelief in something someone said
お前は馬鹿な奴だ!
Du er en dum idiot!
Insulting a person by criticizing his/her intelligence
お前は何も知らない!
Du ved ikke en skid!
Insulting a person by criticizing his/her knowledge
うせろ!
Skrid!
Rudely telling a person to leave immediately
外でケリつけようぜ!
Lad os ordne det her udenfor!
Asking a person to fight outside of an establishment