Norsk 101 columnist Christie Ericson writes about many ways to learn Norwegian and how to keep language skills strong with practice.
Category: Norsk Språk
An article compares similar words in five languages: Old Norse, Icelandic, Nynorsk, Bokmål, and English to showsimilarities and differences.
Parker O’Halloran shares eight interesting facts about Iceland and its language, including their creative translations of American movie titles.
M. Michael Brady talks about construction words related to timber framing in house building, something that has been used for thousands of years.
The Norwegian American features comics by renowned Norwegian journalist Fredrik Skavlan and Lille Berlin.
Andy Meyer creates and shares three 25-word mini-crossword puzzles full of words in Norwegian for readers to enjoy for summertime fun.
M. Michael Brady writes about the origins and usage of the words bull, buffalo, and bluffing, going back to a monk’s Ormulum in the 12th century.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall tells Norwegian-language learners how music has been shown to help our brains learn new languages.
Learn Norwegian while learning about the folk hero Peer Gynt in a new episode of Norsk 101 brought to you by Christie Ericson.
Sometimes he plays the violin, other times, he appears as a white horse. Learn about Nøkk, the beautiful but dangerous creature …