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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…
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 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…
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!
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…
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!
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…
Sometimes the person you’re trying to convince is yourself! Tor is a peaceful guy. (And he always follows the traffic rules!) But today he finds himself in a situation where he needs to know how to argue in Norwegian. Arguments are often unnecessary, but we cannot help it — sometimes we do end up…
This webinar is already done, the recording will be available soon. Don't miss for the world! As always, here at Lingu we're holding our weekly online class with Pia Lorentzen Skjennum for FREE! This week the topic is: Verbs: Past Perfect Tense and Present Perfect Tense in Norwegian Stay tuned!
Yes, nouns can be tricky in Norwegian! One big culprit is the plural indefinite neutral noun. Should it get a plural ending or not? In this video we'll explain it for you. Stay tuned!
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