THE BEST ADVICE (AND LINKS) YOU`LL EVER GET LEARNING THE NORWEGIAN LANGUAGE


Learning a new language can be hard, and takes time. In order to help you in your process, we have gathered ALL the information you possibly could ever need and want in this list below. We hope you find it helpfull. Sharing is caring, so share this link with friends you think might need it. Good luck with learning Norwegian!

DICTIONARIES:

BOKMÅLSORDBOKA:

The largest dictionaries for bokmål and nynorsk online: http://nob-ordbok.uio.no/perl/ordbok.cgi

These dictionaries give explanations for words, and puts them in sentences and examples for you.

LEXIN:

A collection of online dictionaries in many languages. http://lexin.udir.no/

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

NORK SPRÅKRÅD ( Norwegian language council) http://www.sprakradet.no/. Advice on learning Norwegian, links and explanations.

NORDAVINDEN OG SOLA: Dialect samples from pretty much the whole country. Dialects can be fun, but it can also be a hazzle. This webpage lets you check out the many dialects in the comfort of your home. http://www.ling.hf.ntnu.no/nos/

FREE E-BOOKS: This website will provide you with a selection of links in which you can find free E-books. You can find them in many languages, also Norwegian. http://bergenbibliotek.no/om-biblioteket/samlinger/e-bok

LEARN, PRACTICE, PLAY

GREI:

Practice Norwegian with these online games. Make sentences, pratice word categories ++. http://www.tekstlab.uio.no/grei

CAPPELEN DAMM:

( Publisher of Norwegian text/ workbooks) Provide you with some free online exercises, and interactiveplatforms to both A1 and B1 level.

https://www.cappelendammundervisning.no/undervisning/norsk_som_andresprak/article.action?contentId=15394

VOX:

VOX is the Norwegian agency for lifelong learning. Vox basically has all the answers to all your questions regarding learning Norwegian. They also have some free online exercises ranging from literature history, language history to test-youself sites. Well worth a lengthy visit. http://www3.vox.no/nettnorsk/

LANGUAGE EXCHANGE: This site gives you the chance to practice everything you have learned in a safe and secure setting. Its a great supplement to your courses, which should allways be interactive and classroom based. http://www.mylanguageexchange.com/Learn/Norwegian.asp

KLAR TALE:

This is an online newspaper for foreigners. The language used is understandable and adapted for students of the Norwegian language. Up to date on relevant topics, and there is also podcasts and links to audio material ( You can choose to listen to the whole content). You can also subscribe to the newspaper. http://www.klartale.no/

DUOLINGU:

Finally the platform for the Duolingu Norwegian language is here. This is a collaborative effort, and finally you can use duolingu to enhance your learning process. its fun, its easy and addictive. You should just start using it straight away. 10 minutes every day should do the trick. Use it as a supplement to your courses. https://www.duolingo.com/

MEMRISE:

Great app to learn new things

https://www.memrise.com/

NTNU FREE ONLINE COURSES:

This course is for free, online and anybody can register and join.

http://www.ntnu.edu/norwegiancourse/norwegian-on-the-web

LISTEN TO THE NORWEGIAN LANGUAGE

NRK RADIO:

https://radio.nrk.no/

NORWEGIAN NATIONAL BROADCASTING:

http://www.nrk.no/

NORWORDS:

On this website you can listen to entire texts in authentic dialects, and in an understandable fashion.

http://www.norwords.com/index.html

WEEKLY AUDIO CLIP:

LIsten to the clip, fill in words, and do exercises.

http://www.norwords.com/news/

OTHER

- Set you mobile to the Norwegian language.

- Learn 5 new words every day.

- Send text messages to Norwegian friends.

- Be curious: Ask people about words in Norwegian using the terms " HVA ER DET...?".. ( what is that?) - Great way to break the ice, great way to enhance your vocabulary.

- Listen to the norwegian radio in your car.

- TALK TALK TALK. Everybody loves an accent anyways, and you cant go wrong trying. Nothing ever - happens in the comfort zone- STEP OUTSIDE of it.

Good luck everyone. Hopefully this was usefull and helpfull to some of you. And if you ever need highly interactive and fun Norwegian courses, we will be happy to see you in class.

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