Hei, and Welcome to One Minute Norwegian

Hei! Jeg heter Dag – my name is Dag and welcome to One Minute Norwegian. In this podcast I’m going to be teaching you norsk, the Norwegian language. The great thing about this language course is that you’ll be learning all you need to know in 60 seconds! Yes, each one-minute language lesson will equip you with just enough Norwegian to help you get by in lots of situations either on holiday or on a business trip to Norway, or just to impress your Norwegian-speaking friends and colleagues.

Our course will be starting very soon. In the meantime, for more information, you can visit our website on www.oneminutelanguages.com. Ha det bra!

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6 Comments on “Hei, and Welcome to One Minute Norwegian”

  1. Wow, thank you very much, I’m learning Norwegian as a hobby, it’s hard to explain why, I like it … I could find some resources on the net, but it’s about the writing, and almost nothing about the spoken language can be heard or so. That’s why I found these lessons very useful, tusen takk Dag! Can you mention other resources for me as well?

  2. Hei Louis, I am very glad that you are here. Yes, I really enjoyed your lessons and I still do. These lessons took me from the simple and mere “one phrase a lesson” to reading and understanding a whole paragraph or a small passage without me noticing it. Thank you very much. I should also say that when I saw that other people dared to write their small texts in the new language I decided to start a blog. If you would like have a look at laerenorsk.wordpress.com. A visit of yours would honour me.
    Thanks again
    George

  3. Hi,
    I was introduced to this website from norwords.com On that website there are texts that you can order that are for college courses. On the website they also have audio to go along with the text. So far I have found it to be very useful. Also, this is a great website. Thank You! It is hard to find norwegian texts and audio.
    Ha det bra!

  4. Gábor Lénárt
    Jun 15, 2008

    I would have to agree with you Gabor. I have a friend who lives in Norway. I would like to learn Norwegian for fun, so we can speak in both languages if we choose. Problem is, almost all the info on the www is about written language. Virtually nothing about the spoken language, so when I found this, I thought it was pretty cool. Good luck with learning it! I hope you enjoy learning as much as I do.

    Thanks Dag! This has been a great experience, and I will continue to use this tool.

    Amy

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