Our native speakers of Danish:
The Danish language (or dansk sprog, pronounced [ˈdansk ˈsprɒg]) in Danish) is a North Germanic language spoken by around six million people, principally in Denmark. Along with other North Germanic languages like Swedish and Norwegian, it has evolved from Old Norse, common for the Scandinavian lands during the Viking era. Famous authors of works in Danish are the existential philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, the prolific fairy tale author Hans Christian Andersen, and the playwright Ludvig Holberg.
Writing system: Latin script (Danish alphabet)
Official language in: Denmark, Faroe Islands, European Union, Nordic Council