Thank you so much for your input. I looked it up and everyone can HEAR 6 of NATIVE DANES PRONOUNCE IT HERE :) on a magnificent site called FORVO:
Press the Link Above to hear the pronunciation by native Danes. You can also listen to native speakers speak native speakers say other words you want to hear, in Danish, and a ton of other languages. I great tool. Again, thank you for mentioning this as I wouldn't have known I needed to check the pronunciation if you hadn't have mentioned it.
The whole course is full of bad pronunciation and incorrect translations. I'm Danish and wanted my English speaking children to use it as a tool to help them learn to speak Danish. This course is DEFINITELY not it. Sad really, because other courses in this app are far better. Good app, simply just one bad course.
First, do the Danes still use "Miss" under normal circumstances? (For example, in Germany "Miss", i.e. Fräulein, is not much used anymore; at best it is tolerated, e.g. when an 80-year-old man says it to a twenty-year-old unmarried woman, she probably won't kick up a fuss.)
Two: As in German, the formal "you" is the third person plural. Do Danes, however, make the same distinction that the Germans make when addressing royalty, i.e. switch to the second person plural (i.e. Eure Majestät)?