How to Become Fluent in Norwegian (Or Die Trying)

A Frog in the Fjord er bloggen til en fransk dame, bosatt i Norge, og handler mye om hvor vanskelig, morsomt og rart det er å bli kjent med det norske språk, og med nordmenn selv. Jeg synes det er riktig underholdende, så om du tåler å lese engelsk kan bloggen anbefales!🙂

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Unless you are some kind of language genius «What can I say, I have a good ear for languages» annoying kind of person, learning anything from Russian to Tahitian in 8 weeks, you’ll need to take Norwegian language classes.

1) Register in a language course, a.k.a norskkurs
There are many schools and institutions in Norway giving such classes. Some are public such as Rosenhoff (this is under the Oslo kommune), some are private such as Alfa Skolen, and others are something in between such as Folkeuniversitetet (subsidised by the State and available all over the country).

If you go for the public classes then be prepared for some testing. Yes, even though you tell them you don’t know a single word of Norwegian they will still test you on your level, as ironic as it sounds. The first test I had was a lady who asked me to copy a…

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