Let's say there would be a sentence like this:
I obviously still don't speak Danish and therefore I am having a hard time living here.
Is it correct if you consider that, in the past, I had a chat with a person I am writing to, in which I have explained to him that I am not planning to learn Danish because I will be leaving soon?
In that case, I think, the word obviously would be interpreted to mean something similar to as expected.
If such usage of obviously isn't right, should it rather be as expected? Please tell me if it is not correct at all, or if you just wouldn't use it, or if there is nothing wrong with using it.