Danish 101

now
nu
later
senere
before
før
morning
morgen
afternoon
eftermiddag
evening
aften
night
nat

Clock

one o'clock AM
klokken 1
two o'clock AM
klokken 2
noon
middag
one o'clock PM
klokken 13
two o'clock PM
klokken 14
midnight
midnat

Duration

_____ minute(s)
_____ minut(ter)
_____ hour(s)
_____ time(r)
_____ day(s)
_____ dag(e)
_____ week(s)
_____ uge(r)
_____ month(s)
_____ måned(er)
_____ year(s)
_____ år

Days

today
i dag
yesterday
i går
tomorrow
i morgen
this week
denne uge
last week
sidste uge
next week
næste uge
Monday
mandag
Tuesday
tirsdag
Wednesday
onsdag
Thursday
torsdag
Friday
fredag
Saturday
lørdag

Sunday
søndag

Months

January
januar
February
februar
March
marts
April
april
May
maj
June
juni
July
juli
August
august
September
september
October
oktober
November
november
December
december

Writing

What's the time?
Hvad er klokken?
What date is it today?
Hvilken dato er det i dag?
It's _____ o'clock.
Klokken er _____ .
Please note that when saying the time, one would normally use one to twelve, unless having to make sure there's no doubt as to whether it's past or before noon, in which case the twenty-four hour system is used.

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