10 Norwegian words/expressions (more or less) that will serve you every single day, I promise you!Read More
Now, in Norwegian, there are two ways to say the adjective "good" in Norwegian: "bra" and "god/godt". Note that "bra" and "godt" can also be adverbs, so pay attention to the function of the word. When it's an adverb (meaning "well" and not "good"), there is no difference between the two. But let's look deeper into the different meanings of "good" to understand when to use each of the adjectives "bra" and "god/godt".Read More
Ok, so you've probably noticed that the stores are closed today? Maybe you're having a day off of work as well? But WHY? What is going on? What is this "pinse" thing all about? How is it celebrated and how do you notice "pinse" in everyday life in Norway?Read More
Ever wondered how Norwegians talk about things and people they love? I guess not!
Well, in English it's quite easy, you've got one singe verb for it: "to love". That's it. And of course "to like", "to adore", to "worship" etc., but that's not cmpletely the same thing (and there are synonyms for that in Norwegian already).
So, let's talk about love, shall we?Read More