Danish Questions

This page provides information about the questions in Danish, also called the interrogative form. This will enable you to ask people about different topics.

How?: hvordan?
What?: hvad?
Who?: hvem?
Why?: hvorfor?
Where?: hvor?
When?: hvornår?

These are sentences which include the above tools to ask questions. Asking questions is a very good way to learn a language or start a conversation.

What is this called?: Hvad hedder dette?
Why is it expensive?: Hvorfor er det så dyrt?
How would you like to pay?: Hvordan ønsker du at betale?
Can I come?: Må jeg komme?
Do you know her?: Kender du hende?
How difficult is it?: Hvor svært er det?
Can I help you?: Kan jeg hjælpe dig?
Can you help me?: Kan du hjælpe mig?
Do you speak English?: Taler du engelsk?
How far is this?: Hvor langt væk er dette?
What time is it?: Hvad er klokken?
How much is this?: Hvor meget koster dette?
What is your name?: Hvad hedder du?
Where do you live?: Hvor bor du?
When can we meet?: Hvor kan vi mødes?
Who is knocking at the door?: Hvem banker på døren?

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