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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Pia Lorentzen Skjennum
Verb I: fortid, nåtid og framtid
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- Presens perfektum eller preteritum
20:00 Duration: One hour
Watch the recording of the free Norwegian class with Pia. This is the second part out of three free lessons about verbs in the Norwegian language. The topic is “Verb i fortid – med fokus på preteritum“ Remember that the recording was cut and edited. You won’t be able to see conversation in…
A “matpakke” is much more than just a packed lunch. It is a national institution kept alive by hungry Norwegians every single day. The tradition of bringing a “matpakke” to work every day sets Norwegians aside from even their closest neighbors, the Swedes. Let Tor show you how to make the perfect matpakke! This…
So, you need to practice your Norwegian. Talking to a native speaker is recommended. But how do you actually START a conversation with a Norwegian specimen? Knowing how to strike up a conversation is knowing an important piece of social code. Let’s follow Tor to see how he approaches other people when he needs to…
Watch the recording of a gratis norskkurs (free Norwegian lesson) with Pia Lorentzen Skjennum “20 most frequently used verbs and modal verbs in the Norwegian language” This is the first part out of three free lessons about verbs in Norwegian. The plan of this lesson: 1. Hvordan kan jeg lære nye ord? 2. Vi…
This is the second part of a free Norwegian class about Adjectives in Norwegian. Adjektiv: bestemt form. Watch the video: Remember that the recording was trimmed and edited, you won’t be able to see conversation in the chat box, dialogs with students, etc. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll learn on…
Tor is very busy these days. Time is of the utmost importance. This article in “lettnorsk” (easy Norwegian) shows you how to ask and tell the time in perfect Norwegian. Saves you time and trouble! Slik spør du hva klokken er – Hva er klokken? – Hvor mye er klokken? – Hvor mange er klokken?…
This is the first part of a free Norwegian class about Adjectives in Norwegian. Adjektiv 1/2: positiv – komparativ – superlativ. Watch the video below: (note, that the recording was trimmed and edited, you won’t be able to see conversation in the chat box, dialogs with students, etc.) Here you may…
Many people are unsure about when to use NÅR and when to use DA. This is something that Norwegians often get wrong too — so here’s a chance to get it right and beat the Norwegians at their own game! Test your knowledge Can you tell which sentence in each pair is correct? …
These are the new rules for immigration to Norway Thinking about immigration to Norway? About to apply for permanent residency in Norway? Looking to get Norwegian citizenship? Then pay attention to these updated rules and requirements from UDI. Norskbloggen helps you keep track of the new regs. Read on… Happy New 2017! Here at…
This is the second part of online free Norwegian class and the topic is: Setningsstruktur og typiske feil man gjør når man lærer norsk. You may dowload the presentation here: DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION Also, see the first part of this lesson What you’ll learn: Hva er en leddsetning? Hvorfor er det viktig…
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