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Important phrases. Here is a few:
Thank you = Tak (The A should be pronounced as the A in car, so it sounds like "tahk")
You´re welcome (after someone has thanked you) = Selv tak (pronounced "sel tahk")
Hello = Hej (pronounced like 'hi' in English)
Goodbye = Farvel (pronounced "fa vell")
Goodbye (informal) = hej hej
Sorry = Undskyld (pronounced "unskyl")
Can you help me? = Kan du hjælpe mig? (pronounced "kan du yel-peh my"
I would like.... = Jeg vil gerne have..... (pronounced "yi vil gehr-neh ha" ) (long i in yi, hard g in gehr")
Check, please = Må jeg bede om regningen? (pronounced "moh yi bay om ri-ning-en")
Film (for the camera) = Film
Ice cream = Is (pronounced "eees"
Cigarettes = Cigaretter
Soda = Sodavand
Water = vand
Wine = vin (red = rød, white = hvid)
Beer = Øl
Ticket = Billet
One = En
Two = To
Three = Tre
Four = Fire (pronounced "fee eh")
Five = Fem
Six = Seks
Seven = Syv (pronounced similar to the girl's name "Sue", the v is not pronounced)
Eight = Otte (pronounced "ohd deh")
Nine = Ni (pronounced "nee")
Ten = Ti (pronounced "tee")