Approx. 6 million citizens of the Kingdom of Denmark, including Greenland and the Faroe Islands, use Danish in their daily lives. In Germany, about 50 thousand people consider Danish as their native language. Danish belongs to the East Scandinavian group of North German language family. Like Norwegian, Danish origins from the Scandinavian. Text translation into Danish always causes a lot of controversy because of complex classification.

Modern Danish translation is complicated by the fact that the speech contains several dialects that are structurally divided into three main groups: western (Jutland Peninsula), insular (Zealand, Funen, South Danish Islands), and eastern (Bornholm, South Sweden). Danish alphabet is based on Latin script.