OUR TEAM What we're all about

Welcome to Danmark offers online and in-person Danish language lessons for everyone.

Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world, that with its high standard of living, stable work life balance and overall security in society attracts a high number of well-educated expats and their families. However, Denmark is also one of the toughest countries to settle in. In fact, the yearly Expat Insider Survey Reports of 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014 all show the same result: Denmark is the top most difficult place in the world to settle in resulting in either expats leaving the country or living an unhappy personal life.

Yes, I know this is all a bit depressing, but the good news is that it isn’t impossible to settle in Denmark and manage to be happy. The Oxford Research Survey 2020 shows that the top 3 reasons that could make expats stay longer are the following:

Better Danish language skills (51%)
Better career opportunities for me (49%)
A better social network (45%)

Our team of teachers are energetic, outgoing, empathetic, independent, structured and curious. It is crucial for us to establish a good relationship with our students so that we can understand their needs, what motivates them and what their learning style is so that we can teach them in the most optimal way. In our teaching there is room for both failure and victory. There is room to be curious and to ask questions. There is room to laugh and play because learning has to be fun. And there is room to be challenged.

Our teaching approach is first and foremost about understanding which learning style works best for the student and what interests him/her by getting to know them . After that, we work out a teaching plan focusing on the student’s needs and interests. If we talk about things that are relevant and of interest to the student, then the student will be motivated and engaged.
We teach with a great deal of commitment because we love what we do which reflects on our students.

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My name is Adil and I founded Welcome to Danmark, because I saw a need to combine Danish language learning with cultural understanding to help expats settle in Denmark.

My team of teachers are energetic, outgoing, empathetic, independent, structured, curious and happy. It is crucial for us to establish a good relationship with our students so that we can understand their needs, what motivates them and what their learning style is so that we can teach them in the most optimal way. In our teaching there is room for both failure and victory. There is room to be curious and to ask questions. There is room to laugh and play because learning has to be fun. And there is room to be challenged.

Our teaching approach is first and foremost about understanding which learning style works best for the student and what interests him/her by getting to know them . After that, we work out a teaching plan focusing on the student’s needs and interests. If we talk about things that are relevant and of interest to the student, then the student will be motivated and engaged.
We teach with a great deal of commitment because we love what we do which reflects on our students.

MEET THE TEACHERS Tatiana, Isaac, Denise, Vasanthi & Adil

Sara Tatiana

 

 

Tatiana lives in Copenhagen and teaches small classes and individual sessions. She has a practical, down-to-earth approach to learning and focuses on building the skills that the student needs to live, work or study in Danish.

As a language coach she helps students that struggle to maintain motivation or find studying Danish difficult. With coaching techniques, she helps them to find their confidence and develop a learning plan that is motivating for the student. Tatiana also teaches the PD3 preparation course that helps students prepare for and find the right strategy for the PD3 exam.

 

 
 
Isaac lives in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he has grown up. He gained teaching experience by immersing in the international environment, through voluntary projects helping international students in Copenhagen.
 
For Isaac, the most important part of language teaching, is adhering to the students wishes, and making them feel good abut themselves while learning Danish. He has experience with everything from serious PD3-preparation to complete beginner levels, and currently teaches groups as well as individual students.
 
Isaac believes the best way to learn any language, is while having fun, and understands that not everyone has time to study Danish full time. At the same time, he loves recommending students different homework exercises and/or literature to improve in Danish.

 

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Denise lives in Istanbul, Türkiye. She enjoys the informal way of teaching and being friendly with her students. She is currently learning to speak Persian so she knows it can be challenging and frustrating at times but she is here to help you through the process.

She provides conversational lessons. She believes the best way to learn a language is by speaking it and make mistakes. She helps you improve your pronunciation and communication skills. 

Her teaching style is to keep it fun and interesting. She uses a variety of resources to fit your needs, and will incorporate your interest to make it enjoyable for you.

Denise lives in Istanbul, Türkiye. She enjoys the informal way of teaching and being friendly with her students. She is currently learning to speak Persian so she knows it can be challenging and frustrating at times but she is here to help you through the process.

She provides conversational lessons. She believes the best way to learn a language is by speaking it and make mistakes. She helps you improve your pronunciation and communication skills. 

Her teaching style is to keep it fun and interesting. She uses a variety of resources to fit your needs, and will incorporate your interest to make it enjoyable for you.

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Vasanthi
lives in Copenhagen with her son. She gained teaching and cross-cultural experience from local and global context at language schools, organizations and elementary schools. She values the relationships and connections with the students, so they feel appreciated as individuals in the process of learning. 
 
It’s important for her to create a safe environment with positive communication in the classroom, so the students feel motivated to speak and engage them in conversation. To set up a welcoming atmosphere in which the students can open up and share their opinions and thoughts, so they play an active role in class. 
 
With her linguistic background she also focus on the proper sounds, fluency and grammar to improve the student’s speaking comprehension. 
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Vasanthi lives in Copenhagen with her son. She gained teaching and cross-cultural experience from local and global context at language schools, organizations and elementary schools. She values the relationships and connections with the students, so they feel appreciated as individuals in the process of learning. 
 
It’s important for her to create a safe environment with positive communication in the classroom, so the students feel motivated to speak and engage them in conversation. To set up a welcoming atmosphere in which the students can open up and share their opinions and thoughts, so they play an active role in class. 
 
With her linguistic background she also focus on the proper sounds, fluency and grammar to improve the student’s speaking comprehension. 

– Vasanthi Holmen

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Adil has a very informal and engaging approach to teaching Danish. It is important for her to establish a good relationship with her students, so that she can understand their needs, what motivates them and what their learning style is so that she can teach them in the most optimal way.

In her teaching there is room for both failure and victory. There is room to be curious and to ask questions. There is room to laugh and play because learning must be fun. And then there is room to be challenged.

From her many travels all around the world, she has learned that the best way to learn a new language is by speaking, speaking, speaking! Therefore, she focuses on teaching through dialogue so that you learn to use the language in your everyday life.

Adil started Welcome to Danmark in 2021.

 

 

Adil has a very informal and engaging approach to teaching Danish. It is important for her to establish a good relationship with her students, so that she can understand their needs, what motivates them and what their learning style is so that she can teach them in the most optimal way.

In her teaching there is room for both failure and victory. There is room to be curious and to ask questions. There is room to laugh and play because learning must be fun. And then there is room to be challenged.

From her many travels all around the world, she has learned that the best way to learn a new language is by speaking, speaking, speaking! Therefore, she focuses on teaching through dialogue so that you learn to use the language in your everyday life.

Adil started Welcome to Danmark in 2021.

 

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CHECK OUT OUR LESSONS We offer a wide range of different Danish lessons at all levels

PRIVATE DANISH LESSONS

SEMI-PRIVATE DANISH LESSONS

MOM & BABY DANISH LESSONS

PD3 PREPARATION COURSE

PD2 PREPARATION COURSE

PRIVATE DANISH LESSONS

SEMI-PRIVATE DANISH LESSONS

MOM & BABY DANISH LESSONS

PD3 PREPARATION COURSE

PD2 PREPARATION COURSE

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WELCOME TO DANMARK
by Adil Mirzakhanova

H. C. Ørstedsvej 54B
1879 Frederiksberg C
+45 5082 0437
Adil@welcometodanmark.dk

CVR: 38477226



One does not simply say
‘Rød grød med fløde’

WELCOME TO DANMARK
by Adil Mirzakhanova

H. C. Ørstedsvej 54B
1879 Frederiksberg C
+45 5082 0437
Adil@welcometodanmark.dk

CVR: 38477226

One does not simply say
‘Rød grød med fløde’