When one’s interested in Norway or just simply living in this country, one may wonder: where’re any Norwegian bands? When you play the NRK radio, you can hear some Norwegian music, but they’re usually the popular songs or the international productions, that are popular at the moment. If you want clear Norwegian vocals with nice instrumental work, or you simply want a band to perfect your language understanding, you need to dig deeper.
What’s better for Christmas time than aromatic, mulled wine? Sweden has invented one of the best recipes for it, and here’s my interpretation of it. Enjoy!
Christmas is just about to begin, there’re only few days left. One may say, the anticipation for Christmas to begin is the best thing in all this, and I must agree with this. So, while waiting for the days to come, why not learn some Norwegian Christmas-related words and phrases?
Last time I presented few series, this time we will have few movies on a plate. I tried to look not only for good productions but also those who can be easily found outside the whole NRK spectrum. It’s really hard to find film with solid subtitles, so the best way to is to download the movie and then go on subscene.com and find your subtitles called in Norwegian undertekst. Continue reading “Friday with Norwegian #15 – movies.”
The best way to learn yourself language is to hear it. That means: movies, series, YouTube videos, music etc. Today I want to stick with series.
Before I start – If you haven’t checked my first post about it, here it is: Nørront (1)
As we said, Nørront is a name for both Old Norse and Old Icelandic, because the difference between them both was pretty small. Continue reading “Fridays with Norwegian #13 – Nørront (2).”
Have you ever wondered what was before modern Norwegian, back when there was no bokmål and nynorsk? Are you by any case interested in language that developed by the Viking Age? Here’s some of my research.