An impressive amount of music comes from Norway, a country with only five million inhabitants. In this blog post, I will present music in Norwegian language that is popular today. You will find videos with different kinds of music, coming from different parts of the country. Spend the time you need, and enjoy!
Norwegian is spoken by 5 million people, and almost all of them live in Norway. Nevertheless, there are many good reasons to learn this Scandinavian language. Read further to learn more.
How do you say hello, goodbye, thank you or sorry? How do you introduce yourself? Check out this post to learn words and expressions that are useful in many situations.
What do the Scandinavian languages have in common? To which extent can people who speak Norwegian, Swedish and Danish understand each other? In this article, I will explain this for you. Music is included to make it sound genuinely Scandinavian.
Norway celebrates its independence on 17 May. This day is known for its parades of cheerful and nicely dressed children. Here you can learn more about Constitution Day.
In Norway, speaking dialect is common, also in our time. In this blog post, you can learn more about this phenomenon. You will probably notice the differences between the dialects, even if you don't speak Norwegian.
In this article, you will find a general overview of how Norwegian words are pronounced. Sound files and videos are included to make it easier for you.
Is Norwegian a difficult language or is it a rather easy one? By reading this article, you can get a better idea of what this language is like. Sound files are included.
Norwegian has two official standards: Bokmål and Nynorsk. Why does Norway have this unique language situation? How does it influence everyday life? Check out this article to learn more.
In Norway, going for a hike is a very popular activity. Here you can read about my hikes at beautiful places in Norway, often away from the beaten track. Enjoy your read!