While in Copenhagen I noticed some Danish vocabulary, of course, and found it easy to read but not so easy to comprehend when listening. The pronunciation would need closer scrutiny.
Tüsen tak!––Many thanks! (i.e. a thousand thanks)
naeste station–– next station
naermeste station–– nearest station
[hoved]banegård––[central] railway station
The menus were instructive. Among the Varme drikke, I didn't fancy the choice of varm kakao med flødeskum which sounds disgusting, even if it is hot chocolate with whipped cream.
Here are some more Danish words for food and drink:
øl––ale / beer (not oil, as I assumed)
and here are some general purpose words I picked up:
fra ... til–– from ... till
God Jul!––Happy Christmas!
And the Danish numbers 1-10, are:
en, to, tre, fire, fem, seks, syv, otte, ni, ti
I never needed to say Undskyld mij! for "Excuse me. Sorry!" but I learned it just in case.