When you start to learn language or you’re in the middle of it, you may want to have some tools. The same thing when it comes to norwegian. So I listed up the “essentials”.
One of the closest cities to Hamar, so I thought – why not? It takes only 40 minutes from my city, and the tickets on NSB are relatably cheap – around 109,- if you happend to be a student of course. I didn’t plan it, it was totally spontaneous. And you know what? Those are the best trips.
On 17th september there was really nice and family-friendly event in Hamar, Domkirkeodden, and here’s short photo reportage of it. There were horses, ladies with their coffee and cakes, playgrounds for kids, old houses opened for visiting and many other things. Enjoy!
<Sorry for late post, but I have been in Lillehammer for whole day and I had forgotten that it is friday today. >
About dialects. Mostly.
As I promised, here are summary of all idioms I posted before. Hope you find it useful.
Since the last post was so well-received, I thought why not write down more idioms. Next week I will do graphic summary of all idioms, so you guys will be able to download it and learn from it more easily.
I know this blog supposed to be about Norway and only Norway. But hey – it’s my blog, so there’s no rules after all. Drawings, and art in general, have always been a huge part in my life, even though I never pursued it in any art school. Just as a hobby, but, besides Norway, one of the biggest.
That’s an interesting thing. I always thought (yeah, stereotypes) that when it comes to Nordic folks, they like to be on time. I even read that somewhere, but unfortunately I don’t remember.
Because I have so much going on this weekend (I started fadderweek this monday – it’s like the week before actually starting studying at university), so I have no time to make those circle-ish pictures with words. But i won’t leave you without something – here are some of the idioms I have learned in the past week.
It’s… small. Really small, about 30,000 folks live here. But some people say that small is beautiful, and they’re absolutely right. In Norway you probably can’t find an ugly city, it’s just impossible. It’s like – å lete etter en nål i en høystakk – looking for a needle in a haystack.