25 most used Danish verbs

The Danish language is spoken by over 6 million people worldwide, primarily in Denmark and Greenland. It is a Germanic language, related to Swedish, Norwegian and Icelandic. Danish has some unique features that make it stand out from other languages, such as its use of pitch accent, vowel harmony and a phonemic writing system. It has its own alphabet, which consists of 29 letters, and its grammar is quite different from English or other languages. Its vocabulary is also very interesting, as it contains words borrowed from French, Latin and other languages. It is important to learn the most essential verbs of the Danish language in the present tense. This PDF displays the 25 most used verbs in Danish and how they are conjugated to use in everyday conversations.
most used Danish verbs PDF

List of most used Danish verbs

Find a list of the most essential Danish verbs underneath:

  • At være – to be
  • At have – to have
  • At tage – to take
  • At kunne – to can
  • At gå – to go
  • At sige – to say
  • At kunne lide – to like
  • At skulle – to should
  • At drikke – to drink
  • At gøre – to do / make
  • At købe – to buy
  • At tale – to speak
  • At ville – to want
  • At få – to get
  • At se – to see
  • At spørge – to ask
  • At finde – to find
  • At tænke – to think
  • At hjælpe – to help
  • At bo – to live
  • At vide – to know
  • At give – to give
  • At vente – to wait
  • At spice – to eat
  • At komme – to come

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