Birgitte Hjort Sørensen: Why I am learning Danish :)
I never considered to learn Danish until I looked up information about Pitch Perfect 2...and I may get haters for this, but I was disappointed with the sequel though I had loved the first one..., and found out that the German a cappella leader "Kommissar" from DSM is actually Danish.
Birgitte played a great villain, and that's why I became curious of this actress. Looking up her past work experience, she is one talented woman! From viewing and reading interviews about her, I also noted, appreciated and admired Birgitte's professionalism, elegance and class.
Upon such reasons, therefore, I decided to learn Danish as I wish to see her other works such as Borgen and Marie Krøyer, and plays. And also - I know this is silly, but truthfully - perhaps one day, if I ever get to meet her, I can introduce myself in the language of her heart - Danish. :)
PS: Danish is really challenging for me, lol. My throat is not used to this kind of language.
Thank you so much for the encouragement! I appreciate it :) Yes, I was quite impressed with how well Birgitte spoke English; I couldn't figure out what her slight accent sounded like. I knew for sure she was European just by her conduct and her speech, but didn't know her origin. As for learning, I am struggling, haha. Surely it will take me an extended time to get into the habit of a different way of utilizing my throat. I'm just dabbling for now, but it's nice :)
Yes, for sure - I agree with you! Danish is is definitely a language I had not considered to view for my choice of entertainment. But if a person admires someone in the industry, such as how I admire Birgitte, anyone would probably go out of their way :)
Danish is a great language to learn! The program here is amazing, and it's a lot of fun. I started it a few weeks ago and am now level seven, and I am able to speak some basic Danish already. I wasn't planning on learning it originally, but now that I've begun, I love it. Give it a shot! : )
Wow, good for you! I am struggling just to do the basics as I have done the first lessons multiple times, haha. Danish is definitely out of my league! But with any language - love, and practice and repetition is all it takes to improve fluency.