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Tor is at the beach, and given the circumstances, he appreciates having the right words to describe both the weather and his opinion about it! In my last blog post I went through the main pattern and exceptions for adjectives in indefinite form in Norwegian You know, phrases like, en fin bil (a nice…
This webinar is already done. You can watch the recording here. Watch recorded webinar I dette webinaret skal Pia Lorentzen Skjennum gå gjennom viktige strategier for å lære nye ord på norsk, og ikke minst uttale og melodi. På fagspråket heter dette prosodi. Prosodi omfatter tre ulike emner: trykk tone lengde Webinaret er åpent…
This webinar is already done. You can watch the recording here. Watch recorded webinar I dette webinaret skal Pia Lorentzen Skjennum gå gjennom viktige strategier for å lære nye ord på norsk, og ikke minst uttale og melodi. På fagspråket heter dette prosodi. Prosodi omfatter tre ulike emner: trykk tone lengde
Tor is investigating the basic building blocks of Norwegian grammar. It’s VERY useful to know what they are! To some of you this stuff can seem a bit dry. But read on – important clues are hiding here … Think you know all the answers already? – I bet you you don’t ! The…
Let’s talk adjectives! I’ve been teaching Norwegian for several years now and I never get tired of teaching my students how to decline adjectives correctly. The reason I love sharing Norwegian adjective rules with students is because we actually do have rules and if you understand them – you will never make another adjective…
Tor is in the wood shop this week. From there he will demonstrate some very simple principles of grammatical analysis. – Do try this at home! Ordklasser and Setningsledd - What’s the difference? It may be decades since you last thought about conjugating irregular verbs or memorizing the correct gender of a noun.…
– Already mastered the basics of sentence cooking? Check back for more “complex flavors” in later blogs. Norskbloggen will take you all the way to your first Michelin star ! Cooking up a sentence in Norwegian is pretty easy if you follow these simple recipes When I go traveling to different countries, what…
Learning a language quickly can be a challenge in a country where most people speak English and insist on practicing it on foreigners.
Are you struggling with pronouncing R? Well, not after doing these exercises every day for a month I often have students who find it really hard to roll their R’s at the front of their mouth, especially when the R comes before a vowel. Here are two tips to help you get better…
Innovation is the way forward! The world is changing, technology and science are advancing – and so is Lingu! We are very happy that so many of you took the opportunity to guide us in creating the most optimal way of learning a language! All your great and very thorough answers have been registered, gone…
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)