Weather even during summer in Norway, can be a little unpredictable… So, for those rainy days maybe it would be nice to see a good movie.. and have you ever seen a movie made in Norway? It’s a great way to learn the language. And these days, many good movies come out of this little country.…
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Secret barbecue recipes & the vocabulary that makes you a language chef this summer! As soon as the sun is shining, you’ll find most Norwegians in front of their barbecues. Some tend to repeat their culinary repertoire year after year, but a dedicated foodie loves to experiment with ingredients and peoples expectations on what you can or cannot grill. …
Everyone talks about the weather! But how do you say “Nice day!” or “Ooh, it’s a little chilly today” in Norwegian? Read on and Tor will get you fixed up with some weather girl lingo… This article mixes Norwegian and English. See if you notice when we change them out! Det finnes ikke…
Got some free time to get ahead on your language skills? Norskbloggen tested a bunch of language apps for learning Norwegian and in this post we recommend four of them for language practice on-the-go.
In this article we demonstrate something quite simple – but VERY useful – two certain verbs in Norwegian. Learn how to “slim down” your sentences by using “SKAL” and “MÅ” like the Norwegians do… Most Norwegian learners I have met use the verbs: SKAL, VIL and MÅ to express FUTURE, INTENT, or NECESSITY. Jeg SKAL…
“What do you THINK?” … “What are you THINKING?” Do you THINK you know the difference between these two sentences ? Read on to see if you were right … Norwegians have a bunch of different words for THINKING, depending on whether you express an opinion, a belief or a conviction and so on…
Tor is at the beach, and given the circumstances, he appreciates having the right words to describe both the weather and his opinion about it! How do you say: “the great summer weather in Oslo” ? You may not think the weather was that great, but at least you will, after reading this…
Do you like hiking? Or would you like to try it? Here are some things you should know before you set out. This article is in Norwegian. Nancy is a language instructor at Lingu. Ut på tur, aldri sur Åtte av ti nordmenn bruker fritiden sin til å gå tur. Noen foretrekker skog og…
Nå er det snart tid for Norskprøven. Og hva bør jeg kunne, tenker du kanskje? Derfor er jeg her for å fortelle deg noen tips og triks du kan skrive bak øret før eksamen. Først og fremst kan du går gjennom denne listen for å se om du har alt under kontroll: 1. Hva er…
Here is a quick video summary of my webinar on how to strike up a conversation with a Norwegian This is a 10 minute summary of a 90-minute online class. You will get familiar with the words and phrases you can use to start a conversation in Norwegian. It might be helpful to…
Norway has a reputation for its laid back work environment. Sometimes the lack of edge in the communication can be confusing for employees from other cultures. How are we actually supposed to “read” what our boss is telling us – what does she really mean? This article is written in “lettnorsk”. Look up any…
Lingu has a perfect location, the study rooms are clean and tidy and the teacher I have had is very patient, always positive & smiling. She takes the time to explain grammar or expressions and clarify texts, further we read, do listenings, exercises and talking. It’s a great combination of all you need!
– Anna (Slovakia)
I would gladly recommend Lingu to anyone wanting to learn the Norwegian language. The teachers are wonderful, material good, class size perfect, premises great.
Inge (South Africa)
The course is for those who can catch up fast and digest quite big amount of information in a short span of time. But the beauty of it is that you master the language for professional aims very quickly.
– Malika (Turkmenistan)
The teacher involved us more in conversation and she was very supportive. I really enjoyed the course and will recommend it to my friends too!
I came to the course with little knowledge of the Norwegian language and through Lingu’s classes, web lessons and instructor aid and feedback I have learnt a wealth of information in the Norwegian language. I highly recommend Lingu.
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– Sylwia (Poland)