How To Say Where You Live In Norwegian

Let’s start off with some Norwegian words to help your vocabulary. These will help you tell your Norwegian friends where you live. Norwegian English  i byen in the city  i et land in a country  i et hus in a house  i en enebolig in a cottage/bungalow  i et rekkehus in a row house  i… Read More »

Some Norwegian Nouns You Will Find in The Classroom

To improve your Norwegian vocabulary, here are some Norwegian nouns you will find in the classroom. Norwegian English  en blyant a pencil  en penn a pen  en svamp a duster  en ransel a rugsack  en pult a desk  en stol a chair  en PC a PC  en overheadprojektor an overhead projector  en lærer a teacher… Read More »

Learn About Norwegian Helping Verbs

A verb tells something about what is happening or the action taken. Associated with a verb is the tense of the verb. Norwegian verbs can use one of four tenses: presens, preteritum, futurum and perfektum. If you are new to Norwegian verbs, please read: Learn About Verbs in Norwegian Part 1 Learn About Verbs in Norwegian… Read More »

Some Norwegian Phrases You Can Use At School

Here are some interesting Norwegian phrases. These will be especially useful if you are attending any Norwegian classes or have a Norwegian tutor. Norwegian English  Vi skal arbeide med spørsmål og svar. We will work with questions and answers.  Han skriver i skriveboka. He writes in the writing book.  Hun ser i tekstboka på side… Read More »

Learn About Days In Norwegian

One of the most important additions to your Norwegian vocabulary is to learn how to speak about the days of the week. It’s quite easy to memorize the days. Remember that unlike in English we don’t begin the days with a capital letter. Norwegian  English  mandag Monday  tirsdag Tuesday  onsdag Wednesday  torsdag Thursday  fredag Friday… Read More »