Norwegian Lesson 1 : Greetings and Numbers (part 1) When meeting people God dag! Hei God kveld!

God Aften! Morn! Hyggelig å treffe deg! Small Talk Q: Hvordan har du det? A: Bare bra, takk! Q: Hva heter du? A: Jeg heter _____ Q: Hvor gammel er du? A: Jeg er ______. Now we learn to count en to tre fire fem seks sju åtte ni ti Pronunciation goo dagh - hei goo kvelh - goo ahf-tehn morhn hee-geh-lee oh treh-feh-dai Pronunciation vhor-dan hahr doo deh bah-reh brah takk vha heh-tehr doo Jai heh-tehr ______ vhor gahmmel aer doo jai aer ______ Pronunciation ehn too treh fee-reh fehmm sehks shew - syv oht-teh nee tee English Hello (good day)! Good evening! Hi! (informal) Nice to meet you! English How are you? Fine, thank you! What's your name? My name is ______. How old are you? I am ______. English one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

Norwegian Lesson 2: Greetings and Numbers (part 2) When leaving people Pronunciation Adjø (formal) a-djuh Ha det (informal) hah deh God natt - Natta goo natt - nata (usually used only when going to bed) Vi sees vee se-es Small Talk Takk for sist! Hyggelig å møte deg! Takk for hjelpen! Bare hyggelig More numbers elleve tolv tretten fjorten femten seksten sytten atten nitten tjue Pronunciation takk for sist hee-geh-lee oh muh-teh dai takk for yell-pen bah-reh hee-geh-lee Pronunciation ehll-veh tohll treht-tehn fjoor-tehn fehm-tehn sais-tehn suht-tehn aht-tehn neet-ten kjew-eh

English Goodbye Bye Good night

See you (later) English Thank you for last time [we were together] Nice to see you! Thank you for your help! Don't mention it! English eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty

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