Danish to Bengali Translation


Common Phrases From Danish to Bengali

tak skal du haveধন্যবাদ
Vær venligঅনুগ্রহ
Hvordan har du det?আপনি কেমন আছেন?
Undskyld migমাফ করবেন
Jeg ved ikkeআমি জানি না
jeg forstårআমি বুঝেছি
det tror jegআমি তাই মনে করি
måskeহতে পারে
Vi ses senereপরে দেখা হবে
Pas påযত্ন নিবেন
Hvad så?কি খবর?
Glem detকিছু মনে করো না
Med det sammeএখুনি
Lad os gåচলো যাই

Interesting information about Danish Language

Danish is a North Germanic language spoken primarily in Denmark, but also by Danish communities worldwide. It belongs to the East Scandinavian branch of the Germanic family and shares similarities with Swedish and Norwegian. Around 6 million people speak Danish as their first language. The written form of Danish uses the Latin alphabet, supplemented with three additional letters: æ, ø, å. The pronunciation can be challenging for non-native speakers due to its soft consonants and specific vowel sounds. Denmark has a long literary tradition dating back to medieval times when Old Norse was used extensively in writing before evolving into Middle Low German dialects which eventually led to modern-day Danish. Danish grammar features two genders (common/neuter) along with definite/indefinite articles that change according to case and number. Verbs are conjugated based on tense/mood/voice/person/number while nouns inflect for gender/case/plurality.

Know About Bengali Language

Bengali, also known as Bangla, is the official language of Bangladesh and one of the 23 recognized languages in India. It belongs to the Indo-Aryan branch of the Indo-European language family. With over 250 million speakers worldwide, it ranks among the top five most spoken languages globally. Bengali has a rich literary heritage with renowned poets like Rabindranath Tagore who won Nobel Prize in Literature for his works written in this language. The script used for writing Bengali is derived from ancient Brahmi scripts and evolved into its current form around 11th century CE. The alphabet consists of forty-nine letters including eleven vowels and thirty-eight consonants. Bengali vocabulary draws influences from Sanskrit, Persian, Arabic, Portuguese English along with various regional dialects within Bengal region itself.

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