Hello you. This will all go in English, for my awesome YouTube Fans, and everyone else I have met/talked to Online who doesn’t understand anything on this site. So basically this used to be my Norwegian Blog, but will now include all my YouTube stuff as well. This is just because it was too much to keep different stuff at different places. Convenient.
If you found this page from another place, let me break it down for you.
Youtube is where I teach Norwegian. It’s where everything happens basically, this is only a place to summarize and categorize and if some videos need further explanation than is possible to give i a simple video. Like tables of content and stuff I forget ^^
I started this on demand in 2008. When people saw I was Norwegian when I streaming at BlogTV, people asked to hear about the country. After that people started to ask for lessons. I ended up getting more and more requests, on sentences, words, grammar, that people wanted to learn. Suddenly I’m swamped with questions, requests and messages I don’t have the time to answer. I try my best, but It’s some times too much. But that is basically how it all started 🙂 I had a year break in 2013 because I had a baby boy, but I’m now back and more videos will come. I try to do at least 2 videos each month.
Want more Norwegian?
I have made new playlists on the Youtube-Channel to make it easier for you to find what you might be looking for. Every week I get a suggestion to make a video that I have already made. So take a look and search in my videos before you suggest something. Maybe I’m a head of you!
I will try to make two videos a month. But unfortunately I don’t have the time to make as many as I want. With a baby in the house everything is uncertain. If you would like to Donate a bit, that would help me out a lot, and you can do that at the button below. Everything is much appreciated.
Ready-Made Lesson – Playlists
I have made 2 playlists for beginners, this is a suggestion on where to start if you want to learn Norwegian. It’s playlists made from hand-picked videos I have made, that I feel are important to learn in the beginning. The first playlists is useful first words, and first-time communication. Also includes counting. The second playlists is a bit more nouns and more sentences to increase your vocabulary! Good luck!
A list of what is on YouTube
Here a list of my videos will slowly appear so you will have an easier time finding what I have. This will be categories and it should be a place to begin!
Basic langugae 1 – Tourism phrases
Basic language 2 – Tourism phrases 🙂
First video – Opening, closing doors, windows, stuff to do and ask to do in a room.
Numbers – How to count
Part 1 (yes I have two videos that is #1.) Sentences to use when you meet a norwegian. Common sentences.
Part 2 Ask someone out on a date, and how to answer.
Part 3 If you are lost and need direction. Plus some other sentences.
– Directions part 1 Where to find stuff, stores, and how to get there!
– Directions Part 2 And expansion of how to get to places and how to ask!
Part 4 – Simple once, phrases.
Part 5 Small common phrases!
Part 6 «I like to» and «I have to» sentences!
Part 7 Expanding the conversations. How was the consert?
Compliments – You know it 😉
Fantalk – How to talk to someone you are a fan of
Joining words with not – Shouldnt, havent ++
Anatomy 1 – Words of the body
Anatomy 2 – More body-learningn 😉
The head – Im saying eyes wrong. Read description!
Animals – Different animals that came to mind.
Food – Some food you eat and make stuff wit
Family – Mother, brother, sister-in-law etc. and sentences!
«Kj», «Skj» and «Rs» – How to prounouns special sounds.
Æ, Ø, Å – How to prounouns norwegian letters.
Y, I and U – How we say them
Lond and Short Vowles – Pronouncing the differnece between short and long vowles, like «tak» and «takk».
Questionswords – Basically how to start a question
First verbs – Explaning verbs, and some verbs. (walk, give, do, have)
Some verbs – Infinit, present, past, perfekt. Some verbs you use when travel, (Spend, pay, buy ++) and some verbs commonly used (Eat, drink, read ++)
Adjectives 1.0 – Big – Bigger – Biggest (basically)
Adjectives 2.0 – Basic how you use adjectives with a noun
Personal Pronouns – I, She, He +++
Modal Help Verbs – Could, should, would ++
Conjunctions – Or, but, ++
Preposisions – On, of, behind, next to ++
Combo-Verbs – take off, hang up, +++ (
«Short Story: Concert» explaning a weekend, concerts, flying.
Kamilla & Tyven – A Norwegian song, read to youand translated.