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In the age of the Internet and globalisation, fluid communication across language barriers has never been more important. Translation is therefore essential in many international contexts: setting up operations abroad, internationalising your offer, communicating with multicultural partners... Whatever the sector concerned (medical, legal, financial...), or the type of service (translation, interpreting, voice dubbing...), Alphatrad Denmark has professionals working in over 100 languages, from the most widely spoken languages in the world to the rarest languages.

 

Differences between Spain and Denmark
By Frédéric Ibanez,
There are more than 2,500 kilometres separating the two countries and the cultural differences in language, customs, and food etc., between Spain and Denmark – with their respective Mediterranean and Nordic characters – could not be more different.   Spaniards always eat lunch and dinner late When we compare Spanish customs with the rest of Europe, we see that in the Iberian Peninsula they always eat lunch and dinner later than anyone else.
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How to write a typical Danish CV
By Frédéric Ibanez,
Every country has its own standards when it comes to writing a CV – and the same of course goes for Denmark. So, if you're a jobseeker in Denmark, you need to know how to write and format CVs to catch the attention of a Danish HR department. Below, we have gone through what a typical CV looks like to make sure you get all the important information.  
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Cultural differences between Germany and Denmark
By Frédéric Ibanez,
The border between Germany and Denmark is 67 kilometres long and is precisely defined. From 811 onwards, the Eider River was recognised to be the border line between the two countries, but in 1920, after a changeable period in history and as a result of a referendum, the border was moved to a position north of Flensburg between North and Southern Schleswig.
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Greenland facts
By Frédéric Ibanez,
Interesting Greenland facts: Greenland is the largest island in the world and one of the least populated areas in the world. Almost 80 percent of the country is covered by an ice cap, yet the ice-free area is about the size of Sweden. It is estimated that only about 60,000 people live there. The first settlers in Greenland probably died out, but there then followed several waves of immigration from North America. In the 13th century the Inuit immigrated from A
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largest industries in Denmark
By Frédéric Ibanez,
Denmark has been one of the most prominent Scandinavian nations and an important part of the European Union since 1973. With an area of around 43,000 square kilometres and a population of almost six million, it is situated to the north of Germany. On the other side, Sweden and Norway share their north-eastern and northern borders across the North Sea. Despite its small size and population, Denmark has played an important role in European history since the Iron Age.  
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The most important Danish words and phrases
By Frédéric Ibanez,
If you are a bit daunted about learning Danish, we have prepared a short list of useful phrases: Good day – Goddag My name is... - With navn er... How are you? – Hvordan går det? Fine, thanks – Nå, tak Here you are (in reply) – Værsgo Thank you – Tak
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Faroese language
By Frédéric Ibanez,
Facts about the Faroe Islands: Føroyar is translated from the Faroese as "sheep island".
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