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how to WORK in denmark

With its high salaries and good work-life balance, Denmark is an attractive place to work. But the Danish workplace, like Danish culture as a whole, is built on unwritten rules and unspoken expectations. "How to Work in Denmark" explains some of the rules of the road in the Danish workplace, as well as how to find and keep a job in Denmark.

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TOP 35 MISTAKES DANES MAKE IN ENGLISH

Danes speak wonderful English yet they make a few common mistakes over and over. Whether its not knowing that 'obviously' is obnoxious, directly translating stuffy words like 'fervor' and 'harmed' or using 'already' to describe a future event, this short book offers up a list of easy-to-fix mistakes to help Danes make their spoken and written English even more smooth and impressive.

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HOW TO LIVE IN DENMARK: UPDATED EDITION

Living in Denmark as a foreigner can be tough. It's hard to make friends, find a job, find a place to live, and figure out the Danish language. Kay Xander Mellish, an American who has lived in Denmark for more than a decade, shares her tips and experiences in this book, based on the popular podcast. An entertaining look at life as a foreigner in "the happiest countries in the world."

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