This reminds me of my first trip to Denmark. Happy memories.
Are proper nouns capitalized in Danish?
Yes, but not nationalities. i.e. "Denmark = Danmark" but "Danish = dansk".
I'm sad... I can't get a train to Denmark from Australia. One day I shall return to noble Europe and visit these places whose languages I have learnt with the aid of this kind owl.
They're cancelled because Denmark is afraid of refugees. :-(
We also say "for" in this case--Where are the trains for Denmark (meaning "to").
I used ‘togerne’ instead of ‘togene’ and was marked correct. Is there no difference.