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  1. Within the Danish Realm, Danish is the national language of Denmark and one of two official languages of the Faroe Islands (alongside Faroese ). A Faroese variant of Danish is known as Gøtudanskt. Until 2009, Danish had also been one of two official languages of Greenland (alongside Greenlandic ).

  2. Danish is the Germanic language spoken in Denmark, the Faroe Islands, and parts of Greenland and Germany (Southern Schleswig). Around 5.5 million people speak Danish. It is used as a second language in Greenland and the Faroe Islands. The Danish people, or Danes, call their language dansk. Here are some simple words in Danish:

  3. The Danish language developed during the Middle Ages out of Old East Norse, the common predecessor of Danish and Swedish. It was a late form of common Old Norse . The Danish philologist Johannes Brøndum-Nielsen divided the history of Danish into "Old Danish" from 800 AD to 1525 and "Modern Danish" from 1525 and onwards.

  4. One of the major tasks of Danish Wikipedia is to ensure that every Danish individual will be able to access, read and obtain information from Wikipedia. Danes will join a wide and open studying environment to discuss the knowledge with Wiki users from all over the world, thus raising people's level of knowledge.

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    Danish and Faroese belong to the North Germanic (Nordic) branch of the Indo-European languages, along with Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish. There is a limited degree of mutual intelligibility between Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish. Danish is more distantly related to German, which is a West Germanic language.