English Phrases Need No Translation For Norwegian

Some English Phrases Need No Translation For Norwegian because the words similar Norwegian to will enable understanding of what is meant.

Use the spelling of each English word similar to Norwegian to help you figure out its meaning.

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

Try to just get the overall meaning of each phrase without trying to translate each unfamiliar English word. Many are like phrases in Norwegian that express ideas you have said or heard often before.

Consider each phrase as a puzzle you can probably solve. Have fun with the challenge of it. See how far down the list you can get.

[In the following pronunciation guide, only English words pronounced like Norwegian are included now, enclosed in single quotation marks. The rest of the English pronunciations will be added later.]


English Phrases That Need No Translation For Norwegian


allergic to antibiotics

allergic to penicillin

camp here

classical music

coffee with sugar

come in -- [‘in’]

fix the toilet

fix the TV

from the USA

glass of juice

glass of soda

help me

hold the door

how long

number of the hotel

over night

per day

per kilometer

per night

see the menu

send a fax

send a packet

service included -- [‘service’]

stop here

tea with milk



In some cases a single word in Norwegian is similar to an English phrase -- with an English phrase equal to a Norwegian word.


allergic to milk products

aluminum foil

bus station

camping place

clothes boutique

conference center

double room

fax number

folk music

grapefruit juice

handicap toilet

internet café -- [‘internettkafé’]

lactose Intolerant

national park

nearest bus station

police station

room service

sightseeing tour -- [‘sightseeing’]

toilet paper



Some English phrases have words in a different order than they would be in Norwegian, but in spite of this you should be able to understand what the following phrases mean.


nine o’clock

eleven o’clock


For an easier version of these phrases -- with English translations -- go to the web page Easiest Norwegian Phrases.

For a greater challenge, go to the web page Easiest Norwegian Sentences.

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