Danish is a North Germanic language spoken primarily in Denmark, as well as in parts of Germany, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands. It is the official language of Denmark and has over 5 million speakers worldwide. Danish has a rich history and has been influenced by various languages, including German, French, and English. It is written using the Latin alphabet with three additional letters, and has a complex grammar structure with a system of verb conjugations and noun declensions. Danish is known for its literature, music, and design, and is an important language for trade and commerce in Scandinavia and Northern Europe.