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Here you can find the translation of the 50 most important words and expressions into Norwegian.
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- How to say Hello! and Goodbye in Norwegian!
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|God morgen!||Good morning! (sg/pl)|
|God dag!||Hello! (sg/pl)|
|God aften!||Good evening! (sg/pl)|
|God kveld!||Good night! (sg/pl)|
|På gjensyn!||Good bye! (fml.)|
|Vær så snill!|
|You're welcome! (m/f)|
|Unnskyld, ...||Excuse me, … (sg/pl)|
|Beklager.||I'm sorry. (m/f)|
|Jeg har ...|
Jeg har ikke ...
|I have … / I don't have ...|
|Vi har ...|
Vi har ikke ..
|We (don't) have …|
|Det er ...|
Det er ikke ...
|There is (no) ...|
|Jeg heter ...||My name is ...|
|Jeg kommer ...||I'm from ...|
|Jeg er ... år.||I'm ... years old.|
|Jeg er gift.|
Jeg er ikke gift.
|I am married. / I am not married.|
|Jag reiser alene.|
Jeg reiser ikke alene.
|I am traveling alone. / I am not traveling alone. (m/f)|
|Jeg reiser med ...||I'm traveling with ...|
|Jeg snakker ikke norsk.||I don't speak any Norwegian.|
|Det forstår jeg ikke.||I don't understand that. (m/f)|
|Snakker du ...?||Do you speak … ? (m/f)|
|Snakker noen her ... ?||Does anyone here speak ... ?|
|Kan du skrive det ned?||Could you write that down please. (m/f)|
|Kan du gjenta det?||Could you please repeat that. (m/f)|
|Et øyeblikk.||Just a moment please.|
|en million||one million|
|et par||some / a couple|
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About the Norwegian beginner's course level (A1/A2):
This course is going to provide you with common communication situations, which are likely to occur in your personal and family environment.
If you have studied this basic vocabulary for Norwegian, you are going to be able to comprehend clearly structured sentences.
Moreover you are going to be able to make conversation in simple sentences and to write on a basic level.
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