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Grammar Vocabulary

If you're trying to learn Norwegian, check our courses below about adjectives, adverbs, articles, gender (feminine, masculine...), negation, nouns, numbers, phrases, plural, prepositions, pronouns, questions, verbs, vocabulary, excercises... to help you with your Norwegian grammar. Below are our free Norwegian lessons. Enjoy our courses!

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Norwegian Lessons

Alphabet Adjectives Adverbs Articles
Feminine Nouns Numbers Phrases
Plural Prepositions Questions Pronouns
Verbs Negation Vocabulary Reading
Translation Dictionary Video Audio
Keyboard Transliteration Radio Norwegian

Norwegian belongs to the Indo-European family, Germanic group, Scandinavian subgroup, and is spoken by over 4 million people. Norwegian developed from the Old Norse spoken in the Viking age and is closely related to both Danish and Swedish. Norway has hundreds of dialects of spoken Norwegian but there are two main varieties: «Bokmål» (book language), based on literary Norwegian Danish, and serving as the written norm for most of the dialects of the larger urban centres, and «Nynorsk» (new Norwegian), created by philologist Ivar Andreas Aasen and serving as the written norm for most of the dialects of rural areas and smaller urban centres. It is worth noting that Nynorsk and Bokmål are pure written languages. At school most pupils choose to learn Bokmål, while Nynorsk is a minority language protected by law. Attempts to combine the two into "Samnorsk" (common Norwegian) have so far been unsuccessful. English words of Norwegian origin include "fiord", "slalom", "troll", "lemming", "auk" and "narwhal".

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