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Re: Norsk

#41  Postby Ickypedia » Jul 06, 2010 2:52 pm

Er det berre meg eller ser det reviserte flagget litt Thai ut? Uansett, eg er villig til å fire på mine sekulære krav når det gjeld trivialitetar som flagget og folks bruk av uttrykk som "du er ein engel", eller "å herre gud!", osv.

Vonar at ingen blir brydd om eg held fram med nynorsk? Tykkjer det bør representerast på slikt eit forum ;)
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Re: Norsk

#42  Postby akigr8 » Aug 07, 2010 2:52 pm

Ickypedia wrote:Er det berre meg eller ser det reviserte flagget litt Thai ut? Uansett, eg er villig til å fire på mine sekulære krav når det gjeld trivialitetar som flagget og folks bruk av uttrykk som "du er ein engel", eller "å herre gud!", osv.

Vonar at ingen blir brydd om eg held fram med nynorsk? Tykkjer det bør representerast på slikt eit forum ;)

Forstår ikke et ord du skriver :scratch:

Du skal få lov til å fortsette a skrive på nynorsk. Jeg vet, jeg er en engel :)

Det flagget ble litt Thai-aktig ja, ikke noe å flagge hjem om.
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Re: Norsk

#43  Postby MysteryTupperware » Sep 19, 2010 3:48 pm

HEEEY, erre no liv her, eller? :O Ha'kke vært her på lenge gitt, skjedd noe nytt? :P XD
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Re: Norsk

#44  Postby MysteryTupperware » Jan 28, 2011 3:51 pm

Nesten dødt her, jo... :-(

Så, hva syns man om abortdebatten som har skudd litt i været i det siste: http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks ... 005464.ece , http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks ... 007228.ece ?
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Re: Norsk

#45  Postby normil » Jan 29, 2011 11:10 am

Jahaja. Burde kanskje starte en tråd på samisk, men det hadde vel blitt ensomt der.
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Re: Norsk

#46  Postby MysteryTupperware » Jan 29, 2011 12:48 pm

Tja, du vet aldri, det er jo bare å prøve og se. Uansett, velkommen til RatSkep! :)
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Re: Norsk

#47  Postby normil » Jan 29, 2011 1:48 pm

Måtte bare komme innom og se. Bor egentlig på Rationalia, men man må jo hilse på naboen..
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Re: Norsk

#48  Postby John P. M. » Jan 29, 2011 2:38 pm

Hallo! :) Jeg er jo norsk, men jeg synes av en eller annen grunn det er litt flaut å skrive på norsk i et hovedsaklig engelskspråklig forum. :shifty:
Men artig å se noen landsmenn og -kvinner her da. :)
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Re: Norsk

#49  Postby MysteryTupperware » Jan 29, 2011 4:26 pm

Hallo John, velkommen til norsk-tråden! :D Og det er ingenting å skamme seg over å skrive norsk her; det er jo det som er meninga! ;)

Enig; det er egentlig veldig så artig, for å være ærlig, høhø. :)
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Re: Norsk

#50  Postby MysteryTupperware » May 14, 2011 7:18 pm

Dårlig med aktivitet her altså, hva er detta? Ikke noen kommentarer om Jens&kongen, ikke noe om Eurovision, ikke ingenting? Skuffa! LOL. :P
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Re: Norsk

#51  Postby akigr8 » May 17, 2011 8:18 am

HIPP HIPP HURRA!
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hmmm, ser ut som om det eneste jeg kan av nasjonalsangen er første vers. :lol:
Jeg føler at teksten er utdatert, burde oppdateres til å reflektere hvordan dagens samfunn er.



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Re: Norsk

#52  Postby MysteryTupperware » May 17, 2011 8:51 am

HIPP, HIPP HURRA! :party2:
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Re: Norsk

#53  Postby MysteryTupperware » May 19, 2011 8:25 pm

Veit ikke om noen her har lest nyhetene i dag, men den russen fra Særp som ble lagt inn på sykehuset med hjernehinnebetennelse, er død. Jeg kjente ham ikke personlig, men han var en kompis av broren min, og de hang mye sammen nå i russetia. Kjenner jeg blir satt ut av det hele, selv om jeg ikke sto han nær. Kjenner også jeg blir engstelig for broren og søstera mi, som jo hang mye sammen med ham i det siste. Håper ingen andre har blitt smitta. (Veit sannsynligheten visstnok er liten for å bli smitta, men den er jo der...)

Huff... for en vemodig mai dette har vært - først de to jentene i Vadsø, så den gutten som kjørte seg i hjel natt til 17.mai, og nå dette. ;-(

(Sorry for en så deprimerende post men... uffameg, ville bare få det ut et sted... x( )
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Re: Norsk

#54  Postby Stagman » Mar 11, 2012 12:17 am

I am trying to understand Norsk. By reading it I see similarities with Dutch so it isn't all gibberish, but the spoken language I find nigh on impossible to follow.
Does anyone here have any advice on how to better my skills at decyphering your language?
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Re: Norsk

#55  Postby akigr8 » Mar 16, 2012 3:53 pm

Stagman wrote:I am trying to understand Norsk. By reading it I see similarities with Dutch so it isn't all gibberish, but the spoken language I find nigh on impossible to follow.
Does anyone here have any advice on how to better my skills at decyphering your language?

I was hoping other others here would post some links..

Maybe listen to some of the Youtube videos?
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_q ... 17l0.1l1l0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTlKcnhj6K8
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Re: Norsk

#56  Postby Weaver » Mar 16, 2012 4:02 pm

I found immersion to be an effective technique - by the time I finished my 8-month stretch working with the Norwegian PRT in Meymanah, Afghanistan, I could decipher between 30-70% of a news article - more if the subject matter was familiar to me.

Figuring out the pronunciation rules is key, I think - the Norwegian words are close enough to many English root words that once you learn how words are pronounced, you can get meaning and context through synonyms in English.
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Re: Norsk

#57  Postby John P. M. » Mar 16, 2012 4:08 pm

Yeah, I did take a look on YouTube when I saw Stagman's post, but most of the videos I could find in which people were meant to teach you how to speak Norwegian just looked rather silly, or badly executed.

It's not easy though, 'cause you may learn the standard 'Bokmål' written variant and the Oslo dialect (which is what you will typically learn), but then there are dialects that are so far removed from that, that it may as well be a different language. And a written form that is based on dialects, is "Nynorsk". So we have Bokmål and Nynorsk as written forms ("book language" and "new Norwegian" if you directly translate the terms) in addition to a lot of weird dialects.

Heh - there is a Norwegian band called Kaizers Orchestra, that has quite a few non-Norwegain fans, and some of those fans want to learn Norwegian in order to understand their lyrics. Problem is, their dialect is so different from the Oslo dialect and written Bokmål which they are likely to learn, that once they're finished learning, they still probably won't understand half of the lyrics! :D
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Re: Norsk

#58  Postby akigr8 » Mar 16, 2012 4:17 pm

Kaizers Orchestra are from a town just 30 km away from me, and I hardly understand them. :P
Just kidding. :)

Globe said she understood Norwegian, but I posted a funny Norwegian video with the dialect I have (Stavanger).
She couldn't understand it at all.
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Re: Norsk

#59  Postby 210karman » Mar 16, 2012 5:39 pm

Stagman wrote:I am trying to understand Norsk. By reading it I see similarities with Dutch so it isn't all gibberish, but the spoken language I find nigh on impossible to follow.
Does anyone here have any advice on how to better my skills at decyphering your language?


For basic stuff there is a free 14 part Podcast called "One Minute Norwegian" on iTunes. If you sign up for the additional material a few euros will get you some related written material. Might help for a start.
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Re: Norsk

#60  Postby Stagman » Mar 16, 2012 9:27 pm

Thank you, I'll give the tips a try to see what I can get out of them. I think some of those Ytube videos will help a fair ammount.
You see, I like biathlon and the Norwegian biathletes are some of my favourites. Reading articles is reasonable but interviews and Youtube stuff just leaves me wondering what is said, e.g. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B7LnV3U8I0
I'm slowly getting a few words, e.g. skiskytter is not pronounced with a hard 'sk' sound, but more a softer 'sh'. Is that right?

Kaisers Orchestra I know of already - and I like it despite not understanding a thing of it. Sounds good which is enough so far.
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