Her er to ord du neppe får mye bruk for i din daglige norsk: Hovmesteren ( the butler ) og Grevinnen ( the countess ) Men rundt juletider i Norge, nærmere bestemt lille julaften, må du kunne dem. For da benker nordmenn seg rundt TV-apparatene for å se på denne rare lille komedien i svart-hvitt fra 1963.…
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If you ever wondered how to strike up a conversation with a Norwegian, then here are some useful tips for that. Talk about the weather Norwegians talk quite a lot about the weather. The weather in Norway (and particularly in the west) changes often, within the same day and from one day to the next,…
Outside the borders of Norway, Norwegians are known for being a bit timid and shy. However, when you first get to know a Norwegian he or she will open up and stay your friend for life. Or so the saying goes. A typical Norwegian is a person of few words, and as a consequence, polite…
Most mistakes that you make are probably relative to your native language. That is normal. A Russian speaker encounters a different set of pitfalls than a Brazilian co-student. But here is a list of some of the generally and commonly made mistakes regardless of your background.
Lingu is look for new, inspiring Norwegian teachers in Stavanger.
Trenger du et gavetips til den som har ”alt”? Vi har julegavene som varer livet ut og som kan åpne en dør til spennende reisemål og nye kulturopplevelser. Bestill et gavekort på språkkurs fra Lingu! Pakken inneholder et fleksibelt kurs i et valgfritt språk, i form av privattimer med en språklærer. Kurset kan tas på…
This is a gift that can last for life and can open a door to travel destinations and new cultural experiences.
Lingu Stavanger opens on Aug 5th. We’re located at Madlaveien 10.
Lingu is currently doing a promotional tour in India! Are you interested in studying Norwegian language and search for career opportunities in Norway? You can meet Mr Julian Griffin and Mr Narayan Bashyal from Lingu at the following locations!
Many of our students have found our fast track exciting, but also a little too fast. They have work and family commitments and simply not enough time to practice on their own. To accommodate for the needs for these students and especially for students on our one-year course, we have introduced a new track with a regular course pace from August 5th.
Our Norwegian courses are only 5 weeks long and new courses begin every 5 weeks. You can start any of the dates below.
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.
This is the place where you gonna really learn the language. Everyone in the room wants to see progress and assimilate the knowledge you need.
– Sylwia (Poland)