Når man skal lære seg et nytt språk, er den størst utfordringen for mange rett og slett ordforrådet. En person som har norsk som morsmål har rundt 20 000 ord hun bruker aktivt, og ordforrådet i voksen alder øker med omtrent 1000 ord i året. Heldigvis trenger du ikke så mange ord for å delta i…
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This week we’ll look at verbs and how they can work in Norwegian. We’ll give you a short and sweet overview over all the ways in which you can conjugate verbs. But our main focus is – as the heading suggests – how to make people do what you tell them, a.k.a. How to tell…
The Norwegian language is full of strange little idiosyncracies. Many of our expressions seem to have a straight forward meaning, but in reality they’re not meant to be taken literally. In a mini series of articles Norskbloggen look at phrases in Norwegian that can easily be misunderstood. The rest of this article is in Norwegian……
Her får du noen tips on hvordan du og barna dine kan bli bedre i norsk sammen. Tiden du har med barna dine er uvurderlig. Hvorfor ikke bruke litt av den til å lære det nye språket sammen? Det behøver IKKE bli kjedelig, les videre så får du se… LESE BØKER Begynn med morsomme historier. Les klassiske…
It’s not the size that counts…Small words pack the biggest punches in every language. If you are clear on the meaning of the short words in a sentence this will improve your comprehension – in a major way! Let us show you how to use these Norwegian “micro-words” to understand Norwegian more quickly. – In…
As a Norwegian student you have already encountered the Norwegian monster words – they lurk behind every corner. Indeed, it is quite common for these creatures to reach up to 30 – 40 characters in length – allinonewordwithnospacesinbetween ! Don’t be discouraged by what seems like an unsurmountable adversary. Instead let Jedi Tor show you…
Every year more than 5000 new books are published in Norway. Join the world’s keenest population of bookworms and learn Norwegian while enjoying great stories, adventures, mysteries and timeless tales. This article is in “lettnorsk” – Easy Norwegian. If you can read Norwegian at A2 level, you will be able to understand most of…
Tor is a popular guy - he meets many people every day; family, friends, colleagues and complete strangers. And he has just the right greeting for each and every one of them. Informal greetings Here's how you exchange greetings with the Norwegians: Hei Hallo Heisann Hei på deg Halla (dialect/slang) Halloen (dialect/slang) Formal greetings…
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.…
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…
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