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USEFUL LINKS // Nyttige pekere // Nyttige peikarar

Postby TimmyP » 2011-09-23, 14:25

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- Only posts containing links should be submitted.
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- No illegal sharing as this is a forum based in Germany with strict laws regarding this matter.

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Some really good links have been posted lately, but they are going to get lost in all the traffic the site gets.

Can someone make an announcement or sticky where we can put all of our links to language learning websites and media, books, etc?

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Re: Need a sticky/announcement for language learning weblinks

Postby Martine » 2011-09-23, 17:29

There is a plenty of good learning weblinks :) Some of them you can find here: http://www.vgskole.no/norsklenker.php

Good exercises:
http://pavei.cappelen.no/1/1.html basic ones
http://steinpastein.cappelendamm.no/ intermidiate
http://herpaberget.cappelendamm.no/ more advanced
http://praktisknorsk1.cappelendamm.no/ for new beginners- bokmål and nynorsk
http://home.online.no/~jomagnev/norsk/norskov.html not many exercises, but they are interesting! including some translation exercises from bokmål into nynorsk

http://www.korrekturavdelingen.no/ some good tips how to use Norwegian properly
http://www.acapela-group.com/text-to-sp ... -demo.html here can you check pronunciation of every Norwegian word :)

http://www.nettnorsk.no/ It's a good one for bew beginners. It is a bit cute because of all those pictures :D

I know one good webside about "nordisk språk". Take a look here: http://www.dr.dk/nordisksprog/no/forside/

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Re: Useful links // Nyttige lenker // Nyttige lekkjer

Postby Diogenes » 2011-09-25, 21:07

For deg som vil gjerne øve deg med talespråket, her er en Youtube-kanal med mange nyttige hverdagslige ord og uttrykk. Jeg liker disse videoene fordi hun som snakker går ganske sakte og forsiktig så det blir lett å høre lydene jeg sliter med.

For those who want to practice spoken Norwegian, here's a Youtube channel with lots of useful everyday words and phrases. I like this because the speaker goes very slowly and carefully so it's easy to hear sounds I might be struggling with.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Crienexzy
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Postby TeneReef » 2011-11-25, 20:37

I like this reality show :oops:
http://www.tv3.no/program/fristet
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Postby salieri » 2012-01-21, 21:57

Har har dere mange norske radiostasjoner fra hele landet. Veldig nyttig. Hadde vært enda bedre om folk snakket litt mer, og sang litt mindre :) . Det må bare klikkes på byens navn. Kos deg!

http://radiomap.eu/no/

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Re: USEFUL LINKS // Nyttige lenker // Nyttige lenkjer

Postby Raufoss » 2012-01-22, 20:09

Her er min favoritt norske radio lenk:

Here's my favorite Norwegian radio link:

Norwegian radio stations streaming live
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Postby Martine » 2012-01-25, 21:22

Det er en lenke for dem som vil "teste seg sjølv i nynorsk " http://www.vg.no/quiz/vis/?qid=255 . Lykke til!

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Re: USEFUL LINKS // Nyttige lenker // Nyttige lenkjer

Postby Aleco » 2012-01-26, 3:40

http://www.webfeud.com/

A game much like Wordfeud. You can choose what langauge to start a game in, and it could be a fun way to practice vocabulary. This game contains both Bokmål and Nynorsk words and conjugations. In my experience, ff you find it in THE dictionary, you can write in in that game ;)

http://sprakblog.wordpress.com/

A blog written by a man who has been teaching Norwegian to immigrants for several years. More or less weekly he writes these little essays on something that puzzles him linguistically. Often it's about the Norwegian language (language acquisition, dialects), but quite a lot of it is about him discussing interesting grammatical/phonological features of obscure, and not so obscure, languages, too.
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Postby TeneReef » 2012-03-06, 5:42

You can buy most Norwegian newspapers in the pdf format here:
http://buyandread.com/index.htm

There are at least 15 regional newspapers and 20 magazines that are offered free of charge.
I like the pdf format much better than the regular ''scroll up and down and click here layout''.
I bought Dagsavisen and Varden and got 38 free of charge newspapers. :mrgreen:
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Re: USEFUL LINKS // Nyttige pekere // Nyttige peikarar

Postby TeneReef » 2012-04-27, 14:48

Store norske leksikon
:yep: very good
http://snl.no/Troms/spr%C3%A5k
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Re: USEFUL LINKS // Nyttige pekere // Nyttige peikarar

Postby TeneReef » 2012-06-11, 8:05

«I» eller «på»?

Preposisjonene i og på ligger nær hverandre i betydning og bruk.

http://sprakrad.no/nb-NO/Sprakhjelp/Skr ... eller_paa/
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Re: USEFUL LINKS // Nyttige pekere // Nyttige peikarar

Postby AnonimoConNome » 2012-07-07, 12:01

Det er virkelig nyttige for norsknybegynnere, orden "på" har nemlig så mange betyrene, og det er hvorfor det er så vanskelige å lære.
This is very useful for Norwegian Beginners, beccause the word "på" has got so many meaning, and this is why it is so difficult to learn.

Did I write it right? Don't think so XD. Anyway, the link is the following:
http://blogs.transparent.com/norwegian/ ... 4pa%C2%B4/
Å=alt+143, å=alt+134
Æ=alt+146, æ=alt+145,
Ø=alt+0216, ø=alt+0248

Vær så god ;)

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Postby NogueiraTrue » 2013-01-03, 21:49

This site helped me a lot, It's a news site for beginners in Norwegian, there's a button which plays a voice that reads the text, it's very good to learn pronunciation. There's also a podcast:

http://www.klartale.no/

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Postby Lauren » 2013-02-08, 7:12

NogueiraTrue wrote:This site helped me a lot, It's a news site for beginners in Norwegian, there's a button which plays a voice that reads the text, it's very good to learn pronunciation. There's also a podcast:

http://www.klartale.no/

Yeah, a synthesized voice. :ohwell:
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Postby learnnorsk » 2013-03-06, 15:56

This is a website that I created and keep adding some simple Norwegian lessons for beginner/intermediate like me.

http://norsk.rkevin.com/

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Postby Aleco » 2013-04-07, 20:59

While working I found Radio Ludo. I don't know much about it, but they've translate their "About Us" page into several languages and seem to be promoting Norwegian and Swedish artists abroad.

    Radio Ludo is a Norwegian web radio station that broadcasts a wide range of music from around the world, but the Norwegian/Scandinavian music culture scene is our passion. We introduce Norwegian, Swedish musicians from a wide variety of genres. We play their new albums and interview the artists themselves. Listen to great music from our main playlist, which we call “Favorites of Radio Ludo”. Tune in to our live and archived programs dedicated to specific genres and musicians. Also, look forward to our planned broadcasts on exciting music cultural trends.
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Postby Aleco » 2013-05-01, 15:05

Om dere ikke vet hvilke ord dere skal bruke for å oversette moderne begrep, kan dere se her:

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Postby miae » 2013-05-28, 11:38

Norske idiomer og uttrykk - a facebook page updated quite frequently. Sometimes they include grammar rules and homeworks to practise it.

Memrise courses in Norwegian - a website to help you learn and remember words or phrases through spaced repetition.

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Postby learnnorsk » 2013-06-08, 15:53

http://www.freenorwegianlessons.com

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