Let’s Go Shopping For Clothes in Norwegian
So you are invited to a party and it’s time to shop for some clothes. And we are going to improve our Norwegian as we do it. So grab your wallets/purses and let’s get going.
To begin with here are some words for your vocabulary. You may already know some of them when you learnt about shopping for food in Norwegian.
|et kjøpesenter||a shopping mall|
|en butikk||a shop|
|en kunde||a customer|
|en butikkansatt||a shop employee|
You find a nice looking clothes shop and enter it. There you start looking at the different varieties of clothes available. Just then the store employee walks up to you.
|Ansatt: Hei, trenger du hjelp?.||Employee: Hi, do you need help?|
|Du: Nei takk, jeg bare kikker||You: No thanks, I am just looking around.|
After a while, you find a dress that you like. You go to the employee and inquire about it.
|Du: Jeg liker denne kjolen.||You: I like this dress.|
|Du: Hvor mye koster den?||You: How much does it cost?|
|Ansatt: Den koster 250 kroner.||Employee: It costs 250 krones.|
|Ansatt: Hvilken størrelse bruker du?||Employee: Which size do you use?|
|Du: 40.||You: 40.|
|Ansatt: Ja, da passer denne.||Employee: Yes, this is OK.|
|Ansatt: Prøverommet er der borte.||Employee: The trial room is there.|
And here is a video that will help you increase your vocabulary with the names of different types of clothes.