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Autumn vocabulary

It’s that time of year again…​when the temperatures start to cool, the leaves begin to change colors, and rain is more frequent. In this lesson, we’ll look at what autumn is like in Norway and go over some autumn vocabulary.

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Grammatical gender and plurals

This lesson goes over the three grammatical genders and plural nouns in Norwegian as well as how the gender of a noun affects adjectives, demonstratives, and possessive pronouns.

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Relationships and romance

Just like in any other society, Norway has people falling in love! Let’s look at some useful phrases to find your special someone.

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Vitenskap

Science is a part of our everyday lives, in the form of the plants and trees around us, the sun that shines, the ground beneath our feet, the chemicals we use to clean with, the electricity we use, etc. In this lesson, we’re going to learn about some famous Norwegian scientists and the discoveries they have made, as well as learn some science related vocabulary in Norwegian.

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To change, to go

Grammar Review

Sentence structure

While most Norwegian sentences use the subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, like English does, Norwegian does have the V2 (verb second) rule. If an adverbial phrase or subordinate clause is at the front of the sentence, the subject and the verb have to switch places (this is called “inversion”) so that the verb stays in the second position.

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Summer in Norway

Grammar Review

Sentence structure

While most Norwegian sentences use the subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, like English does, Norwegian does have the V2 (verb second) rule. If an adverbial phrase or subordinate clause is at the front of the sentence, the subject and the verb have to switch places (this is called “inversion”) so that the verb stays in the second position.

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Going places

Grammar review

Sentence structure

While most Norwegian sentences use the subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, like English does, Norwegian does have the V2 (verb second) rule. If an adverbial phrase or subordinate clause is at the front of the sentence, the subject and the verb have to switch places (this is called “inversion”) so that the verb stays in the second position.

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Politeness and short phrases

Grammar Review

Sentence structure

While most Norwegian sentences use the subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, like English, Norwegian does have the V2 (verb second) rule. If an adverbial phrase or subordinate clause is at the front of the sentence, the subject and the verb have to switch places (this is called “inversion”) so that the verb stays in the second position.

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Sport and recreation

Grammar Review

Sentence structure

While most Norwegian sentences use the subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, like English does, Norwegian does have the V2 (verb second) rule. If an adverbial phrase or subordinate clause is at the front of the sentence, the subject and the verb have to switch places (this is called “inversion”) so that the verb stays in the second position.

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Håndverk

Grammar Review

Sentence structure

While most Norwegian sentences use the subject-verb-object (SVO) word order, like English does, Norwegian does have the V2 (verb second) rule. If an adverbial phrase or subordinate clause is at the front of the sentence, the subject and the verb have to switch places (this is called “inversion”) so that the verb stays in the second position.

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