Norsk, nordmenn og Norge 1: Textbook for Beginning Norwegian

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, Dec 11, 2009 - Foreign Language Study - 636 pages
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This introduction to Norwegian helps students acquire the basic units of vocabulary and structure and use that knowledge to learn about Norway and Norwegian culture.
    Once students acquire the basic units of vocabulary and structure, they will use their knowledge of the language to learn about Norway. Students will learn about the cities of Oslo and Bergen, how to converse when eating in a Norwegian home or restaurant, and about Norwegian schools. Emphasis is also given to travel and communications, as well as the seasons of the year and Norwegian holidays.
    The present edition of the text features a short grammar summary, a reference for review to assist in drawing together aspects of the grammar that are presented throughout the text. To aid in developing good pronunciation and intonation habits, as well as to internalize certain items of vocabulary and structure, most chapters contain a practice dialogue for students to practice repeatedly while studying the chapter.

 

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Contents

18 Skolelivet I Norge
283
19Vi Kommer Sent Men Vi Kommer Godt
307
20 Skal Vi I Butikken
321
21 Ute Og Handler
347
22 De Fire Arstidene
363
23 Om A Reise I Norge
375
24 Svein Blir Syk
401
25 Norge I Stopeskjeen
419

9 Huset
95
10 Familien
113
11 Journalisten Dag Krogstad Skriver Om Familien Bakke
125
12 Pa Besok Hos Familien Bakke
141
13 Turist I Oslo
159
14 Mer Om Oslo
179
15 Mer Om Mat Og Spisekikker I Norge
201
16 Turist I Bergen
223
17 Tiden Gar
249
26 Jorunn Og JensPetter Gifter Seg
437
27 Norges Natur
455
28 Glimt Fra Norges Historie
469
Extra Readings
481
Grammatisk Oversikt Short Grammer Summary
493
Ordliste Glossary
533
Register Index of Grammatical Topics
613
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Kathleen Stokker is professor of Norwegian at Luther College.  A frequent lecturer on the Norwegian language, she has written numerous articles on Norwegian folklore, history, and traditions.

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