Å kaste – to throw Å smile – to smile Infinitiv Presens Preteritum Presens perfektum Å smile jeg smiler jeg smilte jeg har smilt du smiler du smilte du har smilt han smiler han smilte han har smilt vi smiler vi smilte vi har smilt dere smiler dere smilte dere har smilt de smiler de smilte de har smilt Å få – to receive Å drikke – to drink Infinitiv Presens Preteritum Presens perfektum… Continue reading List of verbs in Norwegian with conjugations and English translations
One of the challenges you can meet when you are learning a new language, is that it might be difficult to get to know people that have that language as their native language. I am therefore very happy to share that HelloTalk contacted me and asked if I could talk about their app. HelloTalk is… Continue reading How To Make Norwegian Friends & Language Partners
Introduction In this short lesson you are going to learn the most common Norwegian question words. You can also hear how they are pronounced by a native Norwegian. The words we are going to learn are who, what, where, why, which and how. [toc] Norwegian question words with pronunciation ENGLISH NORWEGIAN PRONUNCIATION Who Hvem What Hva Where Hvor… Continue reading Norwegian Question Words with Pronunciation
Introduction We have now looked at several aspects of the Norwegian language, and we are ready to make some sentences! Norwegian: Hva synes du om boka? English: What do you think about the book? Norwegian: Hva skal du gjøre i morgen? English: What are you going to do tomorrow? Norwegian: Jeg kjøpte et nytt skjørt… Continue reading Norwegian Sentences with Recordings
In this short article you will learn how to say “thank you” in Norwegian. You can also listen to how a native Norwegian say it, so that you get the pronunciation right. [toc] Thank you in Norwegian The most common way to say “thank you” in Norwegian is “takk”. “Thank you very much” can be translated… Continue reading How to Say Thank You in Norwegian with Pronunciation
In this article you will learn many colors in Norwegian and listen to how a native Norwegian pronounces them. The colors we are going to look at today are black, white, red, yellow, green, blue, orange and pink. [toc] Video about Norwegian colors The first thing I would recommend doing in order to learn the Norwegian… Continue reading Norwegian Colors With Pronunciation
En valp = a puppy. En valp – valpen – valper – valpene Example: En søt valp = a cute puppy. More daily words. Premium homepage.
Nysgjerrig = curious. Example: Jeg er nysgjerrig = I am curious. More daily words. Premium homepage.
Les artikkelen her: http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/dyrene/valpen-janko-6-mnd-spiste-en-overdose/a/23319738/. Her er nysgjerrige Janko – en noe annerledes narkohund. Hundevalpen fikk i seg en betydelig dose narkotika og ble betydelig ruset, men overlevde. – Nå går det fint med lille «Janko», men det var virkelig dramatisk i timene etter at han fikk i seg dosen med cannabis og obiater. Vi var… Continue reading #95 – Valpen Janko (6 mnd.) spiste en overdose
En reise = a trip. En reise – reisen – reiser – reisene Example: Billige reiser til hele verden [reklame] = Cheap trips to the whole world [ad]. More daily words. Premium homepage.