Danish is a Germanic language of Indo-European family. It is the official language of Denmark and one of the official languages of Greenland, Faroe Islands. Danish is largely mutually intelligible with North Germanic languages which are Norwegian and Swedish. Danish currently uses a 29-letter variant of Latin alphabet which is identical to the Norwegian alphabet but the pronunciation is quite different.
Both Croatian and Danish are the official languages of the European Union.
Russian is an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, and in a number of other countries and territories, including Tajikistan, Moldova, Gagauzia, Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria. It is widely spoken in the former Soviet Union. Closely related to Russian are the other East Slavic tongues, Ukrainian and Belarusian. The language is one of the official languages of the United Nations.
Russian is written using a Cyrillic alphabet which consists of 33 letters.
Interested users could go to the Language Learning Centre of the Hong Kong Central Library to find out more about Croatian, Danish and Russian.
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