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…

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27 Jul
19:00

Master Norwegian sentence structure - let's practice!

Online
27 Jul 19:00

Pia Lorentzen Skjennum

Online class

Master Norwegian sentence structure - let's practice!

Welcome to summer-webinar with Pia!

I dag skal vi jobbe med setninger og strukturer som kan være vanskelige på norsk.

Vi skal se på de mest vanlige setningene vi har i norsk:
  • Helsetning S+V
  • Helsetning med ADVERB
  • Spørsmål
  • Leddsetning med SUBJUNKSJON

Vi skal også se på typiske feil man ofte gjør når man lærer norsk.

Kom på webinar med Pia for å får motivasjon og tips!

  • Vi lærer to nye uttrykk, som alltid!
  • Vi snakker også som om hvordan vi kan holde motivasjonen oppe, selv når det er vanskelig og kjedelig:)

VELKOMMEN:) 

NB: This webinar is not part of Lingu's accredited Norwegian language course. Students and guests can join free of charge, but the time spent will not be considered accredited learning activity.

27 Jul
19:00
Duration: One hour
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03 Aug
19:00

How to juggle with the Norwegian verb tenses like a pro!

Online
03 Aug 19:00

Pia Lorentzen Skjennum

Online class

How to juggle with the Norwegian verb tenses like a pro!

Welcome to summer-webinar with Pia!

Do you ever feel like you never use the correct tense?
Do you think it's difficult to know when to use the simple past vs. the present perfect?
And how do I use the modal verbs correctly?

You are not alone. 

So today Pia will cover the most common verb combinations and she will give you a simple overview of the Norwegian regular verbs.

Så, kom på webinar med Pia for å får motivasjon og tips!

  • Vi lærer ett nytt uttrykk, som alltid!
  • Vi snakker også som om hvordan vi kan holde motivasjonen oppe, selv når det er vanskelig og kjedelig:)

NB: This webinar is not part of Lingu's accredited Norwegian language course. Students and guests can join free of charge, but the time spent will not be considered accredited learning activity.

03 Aug
19:00
Duration: One hour
Webinar Argumentasjon

Argumentasjon – Part 1

Watch the recording from special online class about Argumentasjon in Norwegian (Part 1) with Pia that was held on Dec 1, 2016   Here you can download the presentation: ARGUMENTASJON Stay tuned!

Webinar argumentasjon

Free online training on argumentasjon – Part 2

The recording of this class will not be availble due to technical problems. You can download the presentation (PDF file) The contents: Argumentere på norsk og på eget morsmål – er det mange likheter; Vi ser på flere nyttige måter å uttrykke seg på; Vi øver sammen! DOWNLOAD THE PRESENTATION If you missed the first…

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V2 – Verbet på annen plass i setningen

Her er den viktigste regelen for norskbrukere på alle nivåer. De som alltid følger denne regelen snakker best norsk!   I norske helsetninger står verbet alltid på plass to For eksempel ”Jeg kommer i morgen.” – verbet er kommer.   Vi teller ikke “ordplasser” for å finne ut hvor verbet skal stå, men ”ledd”. ”I morgen”…

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Adjektiv for dummies – Part 2

Watch an edited recording from a special training that was held on 17th of November where Pia is teaching about adjectives in Norwegian. It is the first part in the series. Note, the recording is short-cut and edited. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll learn: Hvem er du? Hvordan kan du beskrive deg selv…

Webinar with Pia

Adjektiv for dummies – Part 1

Watch an edited recording from a special training that was held on 17th of November where Pia is teaching about adjectives in Norwegian. It is the first part in the series. Note, the recording is short-cut and edited. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll learn: Hva er et adjektiv? Hvorfor trenger vi adjektiv når…

Tor in woodshed

Tor rydder på verkstedet sitt – Analysing Norwegian Grammar Part 2

Tor is back in the woodshop this week. He is sorting words onto shelves and boxes. Which words go where? Read on and you might be able to help Tor with analysing Norwegian Grammar.   What is grammatical analysis ?   — Boring. Erm… well, maybe, but that wasn’t quite the answer I had in mind…

Tor on webinar

Hypotetiske Situasjoner — Verbs and Tenses Part 3

Please note, that this is the recording of the free online class with Pia Lorentzen Skjennum by Lingu that was on 10 Nov 2016. Take in mind that the recording was edited and shortened   You may download the presentation by clicking this button: Download the presentation Stay tuned!

How to hygge seg (Norwegian style)

In the autumn, Tor does what every true Norwegian does this time of the year. Tor hygger seg. (English has no good words for it, so Oxford has decided to borrow the word from Danish); or you can say: Tor koser seg.    Life in Scandinavia includes a specialty that is catching on internationally. In Norwegian…

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Fortidsformer — Verbs and Tenses Part 2

This is the recording of the free online class that was held on 3 Nov 2016 with Pia Lorentzen Skjennum. Take in mind that It is post edited and shortened   You may download the presentation by clicking this button: Download the presentation Stay tuned!

One Word or Two Words? Compounding nouns part 1

  Tor is planning a coffee meeting. In Norwegian. So should he spell coffee meeting as one word or as two words?   There are a lot of long words in the Norwegian language. We make them by sticking nouns together with other nouns, with verbs, and sometimes even with adjectives. I personally love the…

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