This lesson goes over some of the common prepositions used in Norwegian.
Modal verbs (part 2)
This lesson goes over three of the modal verbs in Norwegian: Kan, Bør, Får
Modal verbs (part 1)
This lesson goes over three of the modal verbs in Norwegian: Skal, Vil, and Må.
Transitive, intransitive and ditransitive verbs
When learning about verbs in Norwegian, often you will come across the words “transitive” and “intransitive.” I thought it would be a good idea to explain these concepts.
This lesson will go over passive voice, which is often used in Norwegian.
Possessive and reciprocal pronouns
In this lesson, we’ll go over possessive pronouns (min, mitt, mi, etc.), including a discussion on when to use “sin, sitt, si, sine.” We’ll also go over the reciprocal pronoun, “hverandre.”
Winter in Norway
Adverbs are used to modify adjectives, verbs, clauses and other adverbs. This lesson explains the many uses of adverbs and how to use them in sentences.
Telling time and daily activities
In an earlier lesson, we went over numbers and how to count in Norwegian. In this lesson, we’ll be focused on how to tell time in Norwegian and different daily activities.