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  1. not
  2. they (pl. subj.)
  3. good luck
  4. vet
  5. a headscarf
  6. sick
  7. *similar to 'flott'
  8. which
  9. I just want to people watch.
  10. You should read.
  11. *like 'got'
  12. *med, på
  13. a coat (for women)
  14. Do you understand?
  15. What languages do you speak, Gloria?
  16. *i
  17. How are you doing?
  18. your
  19. hope
  20. She must go now.
  21. nice
  22. country
  23. languages
  24. *masculine
  25. *add '-et' to the end of the noun
  26. having a cold
  27. wait
  28. in my homeland
  29. knowing
  30. You are brilliant.
  31. next
  32. Do you dread? (It means "Are you nervous?")
  33. *All places except for Nydalen and Sentrum.
  34. after
  35. a sweater
  36. get well soon
  37. a scarf
  38. Objektsform: deg
  39. *fra
  40. eat
  41. a shirt
  42. can (be able to)
  43. *'she'
  44. You people watch.
  45. here
  46. What are you doing?
  47. talk
  48. buy
  49. Yes, we speak Norwegian in class.
  50. us
  51. I think so.
  52. I'm going to town.
  53. Objektsform: meg
  54. she (sing. subj.)
  55. café
  56. study
  57. friend
  58. you (sing. subj.)
  59. I have a cold.
  60. no
  61. *en/ei
  62. he (sing. subj.)
  63. coffee
  64. team
  65. Sunday
  66. *subject/adverbial
  67. come
  68. to read
  69. Same to you. (long)
  70. him
  71. chill out
  72. Will you watch tv?
  73. *med
  74. relax
  75. bus
  76. *down into
  77. travel
  78. where
  79. *masculine
  80. *skal, vil kan, må, bør
  81. terribly, very
  82. hour or class
  83. do
  84. *Use 'på' when talking about all other places except for Oslo.
  85. sier
  86. *add '-en' to the end of the noun
  87. take
  88. Afterwards we have lunch.
  89. *'nn'
  90. Wednesday
  91. *'song-en', but pronounce the 'so' part in 'song' like 'so'
  92. be, become, come, stay
  93. course
  94. football team
  95. her
  96. sier
  97. understand
  98. idea
  99. will
  100. They take the bus into town.
  101. answer
  102. I live at Sogn.
  103. How are you?
  104. I do not speak French.
  105. I would like to have...
  106. healthy
  107. drink
  108. Are you nervous?
  109. good morning
  110. go
  111. leave
  112. town
  113. He will learn Norwegian.
  114. a dress
  115. Where are you going?
  116. cup
  117. What do you speak at home?
  118. *masculine
  119. be
  120. What are you doing in town?
  121. sister
  122. be called
  123. What do you want to do?
  124. in your homeland
  125. *gjør
  126. *'ll'
  127. Friday
  128. It will go well. (I think...)
  129. I'm from the USA.
  130. together
  131. what
  132. soon
  133. *på
  134. Thursday
  135. I have exams soon.
  136. now
  137. Objektsform: ham/han
  138. Louisa, my sister, comes to Norway in the morning.
  139. everyone
  140. shop
  141. yes
  142. on
  143. them
  144. *verb, object, adverbial
  145. have
  146. *masculine
  147. Saturday
  148. see, look, watch
  149. you (pl. subj. & obj.)
  150. a jacket
  151. Where are you from?
  152. *'hee-nu'
  153. a skirt
  154. who
  155. a trouser
  156. lunch
  157. They speak a little Norwegian.
  158. *masculine
  159. A good idea.
  160. last
  161. Yes, I read quite a lot.
  162. you (sing. obj.)
  163. why
  164. *add '-a' to the end of the noun
  165. Objektsform: dem
  166. *'y' sound, ('yem')
  167. with
  168. brilliant
  169. used when addressing a class
  170. *'good morn' (don't pronounce the g)
  171. meet
  172. willingly
  173. Do you also study informatics?
  174. internet
  175. have to, must
  176. I know.
  177. Yes, please.
  178. that (sing. subj.)
  179. I am healthy and in good shape.
  180. I want to buy clothes.
  181. tv
  182. Will you come with?
  183. *on top of
  184. *Silent 'h'
  185. so, then
  186. finally
  187. Objektsform: dere
  188. dinner, midday
  189. er
  190. when
  191. I am sick today.
  192. What's your name?
  193. a coat (for men)
  194. How do you say 'español' in Norwegian?
  195. me (sing. obj.)
  196. question
  197. homework
  198. I read a lot.
  199. ask
  200. Same to you. (short)
  201. Thursday
  202. to go skiing
  203. some, little
  204. hungry
  205. hello
  206. sorry, excuse me
  207. Are you also from the Netherlands?
  208. clothes
  209. *Say 'hee', but don't use your vocal cords.
  210. sleep
  211. check
  212. mean
  213. also, too
  214. we (pl. subj.)
  215. *verb, subject, adverbial
  216. Goodbye
  217. *en
  218. good
  219. say
  220. great
  221. *til
  222. and
  223. lecture
  224. a mitten
  225. My name is Gina.
  226. *d
  227. *Only before Nydalen or Sentrum.
  228. much, a lot
  229. theater
  230. conversation
  231. have time off
  232. a cap
  233. Monday
  234. Marek and Gloria goes on Norwegian course.
  235. long (time)
  236. *et
  237. spør
  238. class
  239. gjør
  240. I can speak litte Norwegian now.
  241. Objektsform: oss
  242. *hansker
  243. Do you have a lot to do?
  244. I'm fine
  245. go
  246. I (sing. subj.)
  247. believe, think
  248. to
  249. Well thank you.
  250. live
  251. pleasant, nice
  252. I am studying statistics.
  253. no
  254. And with you?
  255. Nice to see you!
  256. oh no
  257. people
  258. my
  259. Yes, we speak a little Norwegian.
  260. We go to the Norwegian courses.
  261. pretty good
  262. Where do you live?
  263. Objektsform: henne
  264. afterwards
  265. from
  266. free
  267. a glove
  268. No, not Russian, but I understand some German.
  269. I hope so.
  270. home
  271. only
  272. but
  273. in
  274. Will you be staying here long?
  275. *er
  276. tired
  277. It means 'fine', 'good'.
  278. how
  279. that
  280. Goodbye
  281. *jeg, du, han, hun, det, vi, dere, de
  282. I'm a little tired.
  283. *'skal' is used only when it's planned for the future, but 'vil' can mean 'wish'
  284. Not so good.
  285. Have to work?
  286. ...
  287. Not bad.
  288. good
  289. *like 'scout'
  290. What do you study?
  291. *Just add 'r' to infinitive
  292. week
  293. What does 'flott' mean?
  294. day
  295. shall
  296. weekend
  297. Do you speak Norwegian?
  298. poor you
  299. Forgive me for being late.
  300. English
  301. work
  302. learn