Easy Norwegian Sentences

Easy Norwegian Sentences have words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

Easy Norwegian is Norwegian similar to English.

There are of several types of Easy Norwegian Sentences:

1. EASIEST NORWEGIAN SENTENCES

2. EASY NORWEGIAN SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

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EASIEST NORWEGIAN SENTENCES

Easiest Norwegian Sentences feature words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy Norwegian Sentence.

From the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other Norwegian connecting words that are not similar to English. You can use the words similar to English as clues to the meanings of the other Norwegian words.

When you travel to Norway, you will probably see some Easiest Norwegian Sentences that you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the Norwegian words in these Easy Norwegian Sentences.

Examples of Easiest Norwegian Sentences

After the Norwegian and English versions of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Norwegian sentence.

Norwegian -- English -- [Say Norwegian]

Jeg er fra USA. -- I am from the USA. --[yay “are” frah ew-ehs-AH]

Jeg er student. -- I am a student. --[yay “are” stew-DEHNT]

Jeg studerer engelsk. -- I study English. --[yay stew-DEH-ruhr EHNG-ehlsk]

Jeg er vegetarianer. -- I am a vegetarian. --[yay “are” veh-guh-tahr-ih-AH-nuhr]

Jeg er diabetiker. -- I am diabetic. --[yay “are” dih-ah-BEH-tihk-uhr]

Jeg er laktoseintolerant. -- I am lactose Intolerant. --[yay “are” lahk-TOO-suh-ihn-toh-luh-rahnt]

Jeg er syk. -- I am sick. --[yay “are” suik]

Jeg har feber. -- I have a fever. -- [yay hahr FEH-buhr]

Jeg har astma. -- I have asthma. -- [yay hahr AHST-mah]

Jeg har diarré. -- I have diarrhea. --[yay hahr dih-ah-REH]

Jeg har et problem. -- I have a problem. --[yay hahr eht pru-BLEHM]

Jeg er allergisk mot penicillin. -- I am allergic to penicillin. -- [yay “are” ah-LEHR-gihsk moot peh-nih-sih-LEEN]

Jeg er allergisk mot antibiotika. -- I am allergic to antibiotics. -- [yay “are” ah-LEHR-gihsk moot ahn-tih-bih-OO-tih-kah]

Jeg er allergisk mot melkeprodukter. -- I am allergic to milk products. --[yay “are” ah-LEHR-gihsk moot MEHL-kuh-pru-dewk-tuhr]

Jeg liker det. -- I like that. --[yay LEE-kuhr deh]

Jeg liker jazz. -- I like jazz. --[yay LEE-kuhr yahs]

Jeg liker pop. -- I like pop (music). --. --[yay LEE-kuhr pohp]

Jeg liker rap. -- I like rap. --[yay LEE-kuhr rehp]

Jeg liker klassisk musikk. -- I like classical music. -- [yay LEE-kuhr KLAHS-sihsk mew-SIHK]

Hallo! Dette er Jan. -- Hello! This is John. -- [hah-LOO! DEHT-tuh “are” yahn]

Jeg er her for et seminar. -- I am here for a seminar. -- [yay “are” har “for” eht seh-mih-NAHR]

Jeg er her for en konferanse. -- I am here for a conference. -- [yay “are” har “for” ehn kohn-fehr-AHNG-suh]

Det er varmt. -- It is warm. --[deh “are” vahrmt]

Det er kaldt. -- That is cold. -- [deh “are” kahlt]

Det er interessant. -- That is interesting. -- [deh “are” ihn-tuh-rehs-SAHNGT]

Det er romantisk. -- That is romantic. -- [deh “are” ru-MAHN-tihsk]

Kan jeg sende faks her? -- Can I send a fax here? -- [kahn yay SEHN-nuh fahks har]

Kan du fakse dette til Oslo? -- Can you fax this to Oslo? -- [kahn dew fahks DEHT-tuh tihl OHS-loh]

Kan du sende meg en fax? -- Can you send me a fax? -- [kahn dew SEHN-nuh may ehn fahks]

Kan du sende meg en kopi? -- Can you send me a copy? -- [kahn dew SEHN-nuh may ehn ku-PEE]

Kan du sende meg en pakke? -- Can you send me a packet? -- [kahn dew SEHN-nuh may ehn PAHK-kuh]

Hvor er det en bank? -- Where is there a bank? -- [voor “are” deh ehn bahngk]

Hvor er det et spa? -- Where is there a spa? -- [voor “are” deh eht “spa”]

Hvor er det et bakeri? -- Where is there a bakery? -- [voor “are” deh eht bah-kuhr-EE]

Hvor er det et supermarked? -- Where is there a supermarket? -- [voor “are” deh eht SOO-puhr-mahr-kuhd]

Hvor er det et nattclub? -- Where is there a nightclub? -- [voor “are” deh eht NAHT-klewb]

Hvor er det et diskotek? -- Where is there a disco[theque]? -- [voor “are” deh eht dihs-ku-TEHK]

Hvor er det en neglesalong? -- Where is there a nail salon? -- [voor “are” deh ehn NAY-luh-sah-lohng]

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EASY NORWEGIAN SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

Some Easiest Norwegian Sentences are so easy that they need no translation because the words similar to English will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy Norwegian Sentence -- without need of translation.

So from the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other Norwegian connecting words that are not similar to English.

When you travel to Norway, you will probably see some Norwegian Sentences That Need No Translation which you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the Norwegian words in these Easy Norwegian Sentences.

Examples of Easy Norwegian Sentences That Need No Translation

After the Norwegian version of each sentence is the pronunciation of the Norwegian sentence.

Norwegian -- [Say Norwegian]

Hallo! -- [hah-LOO!]

Stopp! -- [stohp]

Hjelp! -- [yehlp]

Kan du hjelpe meg? -- [kahn dew YEHL-puh may]

Kan vi campe her? -- [kahn vee KEHM-puh har]

Kan du vekke meg? -- [kahn dew VEHK-kuh may]

Kan du presse dette? -- [kahn dew PREHS-suh DEHT-tuh]

Kan du fakse dette til Oslo? -- [kahn dew fahks DEHT-tuh tihl OHS-loh]

Kan du sende meg en fax? -- [kahn dew SEHN-nuh may ehn fahks]

Kan du sende meg en kopi? -- [kahn dew SEHN-nuh may ehn ku-PEE]

Er service inkludert? -- [“are service” ing-klew-DEHRT]

Hva var adressen? -- [vah vahr ahd-REHS-suhn]

Hvor lang er turen? -- [voor lang “are” TEW-ruhn]

Det er interessant. -- [deh “are” ihn-tuh-rehs-SAHNGT]

Det er romantisk. -- [deh “are” ru-MAHN-tihsk]

Hvor er en restaurant? -- [voor “are” ehn rehs-tew-RAHNG]

Hvor er en bar? -- [voor “are” ehn “bar”]

Hvor er en kafé? -- [voor “are” ehn kah-FEH]

Hvor er et hotell? -- [voor “are” eht hu-TEHL]

Hvor er toalettet? -- [voor “are” tu-ah-LEHT-uh]

Hvor er busstasjonen? -- [voor “are” BEWS-stah-shoon-uhn]

Hvor er fontenen? -- [voor “are” fon-TEH-nuhn]

Hvor er synagogen? -- [voor “are” sui-nah-GOO-guhn]

Hvor er sauna? -- [voor “are” ehn SEV-nah]

Hvor er vi? -- [voor “are” vee]

Hvor er nærmeste busstasjonen? -- [voor “are” NER-mehs-tuh BEWS-stah-shoon-uhn]

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Easy Norwegian Sentences are not the only part of Norwegian that is easy.

Easy Norwegian is Norwegian similar to English.

EASY NORWEGIAN WORDS look like English words. Some Easy Norwegian words are spelled exactly like English. Other Easy Norwegian words are spelled slightly different than English, but look related.

EASY NORWEGIAN PHRASES contain enough words similar to English that you will be able to understand what the phrases mean.

EASY NORWEGIAN PRONUNCIATIONS are Norwegian words pronounced like English, with some spelled exactly like English, and others spelled slightly different than English but still pronounced like English.

EASY NORWEGIAN GRAMMAR has Norwegian words similar to English in the same order in Norwegian as in English (but unfortunately not all Norwegian grammar is Easy Norwegian Grammar.)

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Many Norwegian words are spelled exactly like English. Even more Norwegian words are spelled slightly different than English -- although easily recognizable as related to English.

Discover how much you know about Norwegian just because you know English. You will recognize more Norwegian words than you realize.

Since so many Norwegian words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your experience with those related words. If you are an English-speaker, you have spent years with these English words that resemble Norwegian words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously.

If you’ve never studied Norwegian, you may not realize that you already know many Norwegian words in English. Easiest Foreign Languages will reveal that you already know quite a bit of Norwegian, because so many Norwegian words are similar to English.

The Easy Norwegian words that are similar to English provide the easiest way to begin learning Norwegian, and can make learning the Norwegian language easier for you.

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