The Danish language remains somewhat organic, in that it has had little or no influence from either foreign citizens living in Denmark or immigrants who have obtained Danish citizenship.
Danish is widely used in both the Faroe Islands and Greenland and is a compulsory subject in schools in these countries. Until the late 1990’s, Danish was also the first foreign language to be taught in schools in Iceland. Still to this day it remains a language commonly used in other Nordic countries.
Around 50,000 pro-Danish German citizens have Danish as their first language, as well as some Danish immigrants who have relocated to Australia and the USA.