Learn About Adverbs In Norwegian Part 3

If you don’t know about adverbs in Norwegian, you should first read the following:

1. Learn About Adverbs in Norwegian Part 1

2. Learn About Adverbs in Norwegian Part 2

Below are some more examples of  the Norwegian adverbs.

Norwegian English
Hun arbeider mye.
She works much.
Han spiser lite.
He eats little.
Jeg er veldig sulten.
I am very hungry.
Hun var nesten ferdig.
She is almost finished.
Han var helt ferdig.
He is completely finished.
Kevin kan sitte her.
Kevin can sit here.
Sam kan sitte der.
Sam can sit there.
Han kommer tilbake.
He comes back.
Du må ikke snakke slik.
You must not speak so.
Per er alltid trøtt.
Per is always tired.
Han skriver aldri.
He never writes.
Han har ikke stått opp ennå.
He has not woken up yet.
Hun skriver sjelden.
She seldom writes.
Nå har han sovet lenge.
Now he has slept long.
Snart må du gå.
Soon must you go.
Først må han vaske seg.
First must he wash himself.
Silje kommer sikkert.
Silje will surely come.
Hun kommer ikke.
She will not come.
Kansje kommer hun med barn.
Perhaps she will come with child.
Han kommer egentlig.
He will actually come.
Det er nok en bra bil.
It is quite a good car.
Det tar bare fem minutter.
It takes only five minutes.
Jeg kommer også.
I am also coming.

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