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Review ´ How to Live in Denmark ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Î ❮Read❯ ➲ How to Live in Denmark ➵ Author Kay Xander Mellish – Insolpro.co.uk Life as a foreigner in Denmark one of the world's most homogenous countries isn't always easy In this book Kay Xander Mellish – an AmericaDanish culture and Danish manners as well as tips on how to find a job a date someone to talk to or something to eat. I recently reread this little book which was given to me by a Danish friend when I visited Denmark It's a light breezy read and uite illuminating It highlights some customs and warnings that would not be immediately obvious to the non Dane Recommended for anyone visiting Denmark thinking of moving there and even those with Danish friends and relatives

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Life as a foreigner in Denmark Live in PDFEPUB #195 one of the world's most homogenous countries isn't always easy I. As a Dane this was a hilarious read and all tho most things were based on stereotypes and a bit exaggerated there was uite a lot of truth to many of these observations and even tho I'm Danish I feel like I learned a thing or two about my country But mostly I just had a huge laugh

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How to Live in DenmarkN this book Kay Xander Mellish – an American who has lived in Denmark for than a decade – offers a fun guide to. I was really fascinated by the writing style of Kay which is very uniue and entertaining The book is real fun to read and covers 34 different aspects of living in Denmark as a foreigner I read the book in one go and thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of it Being a foreigner myself who has been living in Denmark for last 2 years I could clearly relate myself in most of these situations Kay discusses in this hilarious yet informative book This book is a must read for any foreigner living or planing to live in Denmark as it will give you an insight perspective of finding your way in Danish society