Here is how you learn norwegian words for food and this is how you learn norwegian sentences for shopping food. It’s time to learn a few sentences that will help you impress your Norwegian friends while having lunch or dinner.
|Forsyn dere.||Help yourselves.|
|Hva vil du ha å drikke?||What will you have to drink?|
|Kan jeg få brus?||Can I get soda?|
|Jeg vil gjerne ha et glass jus.||I would like to have a glass of juice.|
|Jeg har lyst på vann.||I have desire for water.|
|Er du forsynt?||Are you satisfied?|
|Jeg er mett.||I am full.|
|Det var godt.||That was good.|
|Takk for maten!||Thank you for the food!|
Let’s learn a bit more about some key sentences and phrases.
1. Kan jeg få… (Can I get…)
This is a polite phrase when asking for something that you want.
|Kan jeg få et glass melk?||Can I get a glass of milk.|
2. Jeg vil gjerne ha… (I would like to have…)
This is a polite phrase to tell someone what you would like to have.
|Jeg vil gjerne ha en kopp kaffe.||I would like to have a cup of coffee.|
3.Vil du ha… (Will you have…)
A phrase to ask someone if they would like to have something.
|Vil du ha brød?||Will you have bread?|
4. Takk for maten! (Thank you for the food!)
Remember to thank your Norwegian friends when it’s time to leave after that wonderful lunch/dinner.
Get a copy of the book Teach Yourself Complete Norwegian to find these and many other commonly used Norwegian phrases in the section “This is how we say it”.