When entering the university where I study, everyone has to learn 2 languages (English and the second one you've got to choose yourself). The year I was entering the university at my faculty there was a choice among Spanish, German, Italian, French and Danish. And the right choice was pretty obvious for me, since I don't like romance languages and I'd already spoken German a little bit and it wasn't interesting to me since I wanted something exotic, plus I'm a huge fan of Scandinavian countries and I was very happy when I found out that there was a Danish group that year. Now it has been 1 year and 1 months since I started learning Danish and here are some examples of our hjemmeopgaver:
1st picture – the legal Danish (one of the three aspects, since we study law) m.imgur.com/a/unf25Zm
2nd picture – I would call it literary Danish (an old soviet lærebog which was written by Russian linguists, it is pretty nice tbh, even though it is Soviet) imgur.com/a/13TEvn4
3rd picture – spoken Danish, there is a book called "dansk i 49 tekster", (in the picture it is just an application for a text with new words, at those lessons we just learn something new about Denmark, Danish culture, the spoken language etc.) imgur.com/a/oYgF7Zm
4th – the book called "dansk for hele verden", we just listen to the audio application for this book and try to adjust to Danish speech, it is quite tough tbh (for example there was a funny dialogue:
—Undskyld. Kan du hjælpe mig? Hvor ligger sprogskolen henne?
—Sprogskolen? Det ved jeg ikke. Hvad er adressen?
—Et øjeblik. Østergade 18.
—Hvordan kommer jeg derhen? Ved du det?
—Ja. Du skal til højre ad andet lyskryds. Og så er Østergade første vej på venstre hånd.
—Til højre ad første lyskryds og så er Østergade anden vej på venstre hånd?
—Nej-nej. Anden lyskryds og første vej på venstre hånd.
—Første lyskryds til venstre og…
—Nej-nej-nej-nej. Anden lyskryds til højre og så første vej på venstre hånd. Nå. Nu skal jeg tegne det.
—Tak for det.)
Sorry if it was TLDR, but it was just in case