Tailor a speech

Every "Drop Dit Danglish" speech is tailored for your specific audience.

We chat with you about the challenges you're facing when using English for business, travel, or talking on the telephone, or when putting together written materials such as brochures, websites and emails. Then we focus on the content you and your group will find most beneficial. 

 
 
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DROP DIT DANGLISH FOR COMPANIES

Speak up-to-date English in a business context

Has your company adopted English as a corporate language? This useful presentation will help you avoid some of the most common mistakes Danes make in Business English, and make sure everyone in your company can communicate without Danglish. 

Drop Dit Danglish presentations are great for employees who travel for business, as well as those who communicate with English-speaking customers. They're an excellent kickoff or conclusion to an event that discusses English as a corporate language. 

 

“Your presentation was great fun, very interesting and a source for reflection.I am very happy that you are willing to share so that we can look back and keep in mind the corrections to our old (obsolete) habits. I promise, I’ll never ‘revert to’ anybody ever again!

— HELLE BRØCHNER, REVISORGRUPPEN.DK

 

 

 


DROP DIT DANGLISH FOR GYMNASIUMS

Real-life English for young people

Today's teenagers grow up with English via YouTube and online gaming.

But they may not know the nuances of more formal English, such as how to speak to a potential boss or government official, or which "bandeord" are OK and which are really offensive.

And they may not be familiar with the many nuances of contemporary English necessary to be "woke" or politically correct when socializing with their peers in native English speaking countries.

This 90-minute workshop will give your pupils extra confidence speaking real-life English.

“Ved Sprogfestivalet på Herning Gymnasium udfoldede den dansk-amerikanske kommunkikationskonsulent og forfatter Kay Xander Mellish fængende med små indlagte challenges/udfordringer til eleverne, hvor danskere er udfordret i kommunikation på engelsk. Kay interagerede oprigtigt og interesseret med eleverne, som også responderede meget positivt på de indlagte challenges. Eleverne har efterfølgende evalueret oplægget fra Kay meget positivt. I vores perspektiv leverer Kay en fantastik sprogindsprøjtning til vores sprogbegejstrede elever i gymnasiet. Eleverne fandt oplægget yderest brugbart og relevant.”

— TONIE SVITH DIDERIKSEN, HERNING GYMNASIUM

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ENGLISH AS A CORPORATE LANGUAGE

Advantages and disadvantages to English as a corporate language

Dorte Lønsmann, an associate professor at Copenhagen Business School, and Kay Xander Mellish, author of "Top 35 Mistakes Danes Make in English," discuss the pluses and minuses to making English your corporate language. While corporate English may seem more modern and contemporary, it can make older workers feel excluded and widen the difference between top management and ground staff.