*Så = so (much); I feel like it sounds odd in Danish to tell them you love them "too much". It becomes dramatic and disingenuous in my ears. **Glad = in a good mood, smiling. You can also say "lykkelig", which means happy, but it has a much more - lofty meaning in Danish. Like, someone you know for certain you want to be with for the rest of your life makes you "lykkelig". Achieving a very difficult and aspired to goal can make you "lykkelig". It's not used in everyday conversation the same way "happy" is in English.
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