Hvordan fortsette å lære norsk i virustider?

In this week's episode Camilla talks about the importance of adding technology as a key ingredient to the language learning process, as traditional classroom learning is currently advised against. Fortunately there are many online alternatives that can add depth to your learning experience and cater to the current situation.

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