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Our 900 students speak 60 languages, and on average, our students speaks 2.5 languages.

We don’t have a translation of our manifesto into every language spoken in our community, but the list is growing – see below.

Is your language missing? We’d be thrilled to hear from you and excited if you want to help us with our Mother Language project.

 

Danish

Our 900 students have 1,100 passports. Most of the students with two passports are Danish+, which is not surprising. What is surprising, however, is that although only 238 students have Danish passports, 357 of our students speak Danish.

French

227 of our students speak French. Formidable, hein?

Spanish

Spanish is spoken by 164 of our students. There are differences between Spanish spoken in Spain and in Latin America – compare the two versions below.

German

German is spoken by 134 students

Swedish

Currently, 49 of our students speak Swedish.

Dutch

49 of our students speak Dutch.

Mandarin

China’s official language is spoken by 45 of our students.

Arabic

38 students speak Arabic at our school.

Italian

38 students speak Italian at our school.

Hindi

Hindi is spoken by 27 students in our community

Portuguese

Portuguese is spoken by 19 of our students, but even so, there are differences between how it is spoken and written in Brazil and in Portugal.

Japanese

Japanese is spoken by 16 students

Greek

Greek is spoken by 15 students

Hebrew

Hebrew is spoken by 14 students

Korean

Korean is spoken by 9 students

Macedonian

Macedonian is spoken by 5 students

Serbian

Serbian is spoken by 3 students, and they use both the Cyrillic (below) and Latin alphabets (further below)

Punjabi

Punjabi is also spoken by our students, but we don’t know exactly how many speak it

Swahili

Currently, only one of our students speak Swahili.

Hungarian

Currently, only one of our students speaks Hungarian.

Lithuanian

Currently, only one of our students speaks Lithuanian.

Turkish

Currently, only one of our students speaks Turkish.