Wondering how to say ‘I love you’ in Danish? You’re in the right place.
Saying ‘I love you’ can be both scary and exciting and even more so in a new language!
If you want to know how to say ‘I love you’ and other romantic phrases in Danish, then read on.
How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Danish
To tell someone that you love them in Danish, say:
|I love you||Jeg elsker dig||Ya el-sker da|
Check out the below video to hear the pronunciation of this phrase:
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Romantic Phrases in Danish
Try these other romantic phrases too including how to say ‘I miss you’ in Danish.
|I love you too||Jeg elsker også dig||Ya el-sker o-sa dai|
|I love you more||Jeg elsker dig mere||Ya el-sker da mee-a|
|I love you very much||Jeg elsker dig meget højt||Ya el-sker da myel hoyt|
|I love you so much||Jeg elsker dig så meget||Ya el-sker da sa myel|
|I like you||Jeg kan lide dig||Ya ka lee da|
|You are so cute||Du er så sød||Du aer sa soo|
|You are so beautiful||Du er så smuk||Du aer sa smok|
|I’ve got a crush on you||Jeg har et crush på dig||Ya har et crush puh da|
|My love||Min elskede||Min el-sked-eh|
|I miss you||Jeg savner dig||Ya sauw-na da|
|My darling||Min kære||Min kaay-a|
Another endearing term that you can use for a loved one is ‘skat’. This word in Danish is actually pronounced more like ‘sket’. This is a common word used for a loved one that literally means ‘treasure’ but it is used to mean ‘honey’ or ‘sweetie’.
Try it out with someone you love.
These phrases should come in handy whether you’ve got a love interest from Denmark or whether you’re just visiting and want to be prepared.
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