Showing posts with label Norwegian. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Norwegian. Show all posts

Friday, June 21, 2019

Norwegian - September, October


We already learned that January, February is Januar, Februar,
March, April is Mars, April,
May, June is Mai, Juni,
and July, August is Juli, August.

Let's keep going!

September - September - sounds like seh-p-tem-beh-dr
October - Oktober - sounds like oh-k-toh-beh-dr

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Σεπτέμβριος (Septémvrios), Οκτώβριος (Októvrios)

ASL: September, October

Italian: Settembre, Ottobre

German: September, Oktober

Spanish: Septiembre, Octubre

French: Septembre, Octobre

Friday, June 14, 2019

Norwegian - July, August


We already learned that January, February is Januar, Februar,
March, April is Mars, April, and May, June is Mai, Juni.

Let's keep going!

July - Juli - sounds like yoo-lee
August - August - sounds like ah-goo-st

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Ιούλιος (Ioúlios), Αύγουστος (Ávgoustos)

ASL: July, August

Italian: Luglio, Agosto

German: Juli, August

Spanish: Julio, Agosto

French: Julliet, Août

Friday, June 7, 2019

Norwegian - May, June


We already learned that January, February is Januar, Februar
and March, April is Mars, April.

Let's keep going!

May - Mai - sounds like mah-ee
June - Juni - sounds like yoo-nee

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Μάιος (Máios), Ιούνιος (Ioúnios)

ASL: May, June

Italian: Maggio, Giugno

German: Mai Juni

Spanish: Mayo, Junio

French: Mai, Juin

Friday, May 31, 2019

Norwegian - March, April


Let's keep learning about the months of the year in Greek!

We already learned that January, February is Januar, Februar

Let's keep going!

March - Mars - sounds like mah-r-ss
April - April - sounds like ah-p-d-eel

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Μάρτιος (Mártios), Απρίλιος (Aprílios)

ASL: March, April

Italian: Marzo, Aprile

German: März, April

Spanish: Marzo, Abril

French: Mars, Avril


Friday, May 24, 2019

Norwegian - January, February


We just learned about the days of the week.

Let's learn about the months of the year in Norwegian!

January - Januar - sounds like yah-noo-adr
February - Februar - sounds like feh-b-doo-ah-dr

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Ιανουάριος (Ianouários), Φεβρουάριος (Fevrouários)

ASL: January, February

Italian: Gennaio, Febbraio

German: Januar, Februar

Spanish: Enero, Febrero

French: Janvier, Février

Friday, May 17, 2019

Norwegian - Saturday, Sunday


We just learned that Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday in Norwegian is Mandag, Tirsdag, Onsdag and Thursday, Friday is Torsdag, Fredag.

Let's keep learning the days of the week!

Saturday - Lørdag - sounds like loh-r-dah
Sunday - Søndag - sounds like sun-dah

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Σάββατο (Sávvato), Κυριακή (Kyriakí)

ASL: Saturday, Sunday

Italian: Sabato, Domenica

German: Samstag, Sonntag

Spanish: Sabado, Domingo

French: Samedi, Dimanche

Friday, May 10, 2019

Norwegian - Thursday, Friday


We just learned that Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday in Norwegian is Mandag, Tirsdag, Onsdag.

Let's keep learning the days of the week!

Thursday - Torsdag - sounds like toh-dr-s-dah
Friday - Fredag - sounds like f-day-ah-dah

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Πέμπτη (Pémpti), Παρασκευή (Paraskeví)

ASL: Thursday, Friday

Italian: Giovedì, Venerdì

German: Donnerstag, Freitag

Spanish: Viernes, Jueves

French: Jeudi, Vendredi

Friday, May 3, 2019

Norwegian - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday


We just learned in Norwegian that to say his face is rough is Ansiktet hans er grovt

Let's learn the days of the week in Norwegian!

Monday - Mandag - Sounds like mah-n-dah
Tuesday - Tirsdag - Sounds like tee-sh-dah
Wednesday - Onsdag - Sounds like oh-n-s-dah

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Δευτέρα (Deftéra), Τρίτη (Tríti), Τετάρτη (Tetárti)

ASL: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Italian: Lunedi, Martedì, Mercoledì

German: Montag, Dienstag, Mittwoch

Spanish: Lunes, Martes, Miercoles

French: Lundi, Mardi, Mercredi

Friday, April 26, 2019

Norwegian - His face is rough


We just learned in Greek her hands are soft is Hennes hender er myke.

To say his face is rough you would say Ansiktet hans er grovt.

The face - ansiktet - sounds like ah-n-sick-teh
his - hans - sounds like hah-n-z
is - er - sounds like eh-dr
rough - grovt - sounds like g-dro-v-t


So all together Ansiktet hans er grovt sounds like ah-n-sick-teh hah-n-z eh-dr g-dro-v-t.


norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Το πρόσωπό του είναι τραχύ (To prósopó tou eínai trachý)

ASL: His face is rough

Italian: il suo volto è ruvida

German: Sein Gesicht ist rau.

Spanish: Su cara es áspera

French: Son visage est rude

Friday, April 19, 2019

Norwegian - Her hands are soft


We just learned in Norwegan our table is short is Vårt bord er kort.

To say her hands are soft you would say Hennes hender er myke.
Her - Hennes - sounds like heh-neh-ss
hands - hender - sounds like hen-deh-r
are - er - sounds like ah-r
soft - myke - sounds like mee-kay


So all together Hennes hender er myke sounds like heh-neh-ss hen-deh-r ah-r mee-kay.


norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Τα χέρια της είναι μαλακά (Ta chéria tis eínai malaká)

ASL: ASL: Her hands are soft

Italian: Le sue mani sono morbide

German: Ihre Hände sind weich

Spanish: Sus manos estan suaves

French: Ses mains sont douces

Friday, April 12, 2019

Norwegian - Our table is short


We just learned that in Norwegian:
This house is big: Dette huset er stort
This chair is small: Stolen er liten
My drink is cold: Min drikke er kald
your food is hot is Maten er varm
and their car is tall is Deres bil er høy

To say our table is short you would say Vårt bord er kort.

Our - Vårt - sounds like voh-rt
table - bord - sounds like boo-r
is - er - Sounds like ay-r
short - kort - Sounds like koh-rt

So all together To say our table is short you would say voh-rt boo-r ay-r koh-rt.

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Το τραπέζι μας είναι σύντομο (To trapézi mas eínai sýntomo)

ASL: Our table is short

Italian: Il nostro tavolo è breve

German: Unser Tisch ist kurz

Spanish: Nuestra mesa es bajo

French: Notre table est courte

Friday, April 5, 2019

Norwegian - Their car is tall


We just learned that in Norwegian:
This house is big: Dette huset er stort
This chair is small: Stolen er liten
My drink is cold: Min drikke er kald
and your food is hot is Maten er varm


To say their car is tall you would say Deres bil er høy.
Their - Deres - sounds like day-dray-ss
car - bil - sounds like bee-l
is - er - sounds like ah-dr
tall - høy - Sounds like hah-ee

So all together Deres bil er høy sounds like day-dray-s bee-l ah-dr hah-ee.


norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Το αυτοκίνητό τους είναι ψηλό (To aftokínitó tous eínai psiló)

ASL: Their car is tall

Italian: La loro auto è alto

German: Ihr Auto ist groß

Spanish: Su coche es alto

French: Leur voiture est haut

Friday, March 29, 2019

Norwegian - Your food is hot


We just learned that in Norwegian:
This house is big: Dette huset er stort
This chair is small: Stolen er liten
My drink is cold: Min drikke er kald


Let's learn about more things we see every day.

To say your food is hot you would say Maten er varm.

Your food - Maten - sounds like mah-ten

is - er - sounds like eh-r

hot - varm - Sounds like vah-r-m


So all together Maten er varm sounds like mah-ten eh-r vah-r-m.

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)


Greek: Το φαγητό είναι ζεστό (To fagitó eínai zestó)

ASL: Your food is hot

Italian: Il vostro cibo è caldo

German: Ihr Essen ist heiß

Spanish: Tu comida está caliente

French: Votre nourriture est chaud

Friday, March 22, 2019

Norwegian - My drink is cold


We just learned that in Norwegian:
This house is big: Dette huset er stort
This chair is small: Stolen er liten

Let's learn about more things we see every day.

To say My drink is cold, we say Min drikke er kald.

Here's how to say it:

My - Min - sounds like min

drink - drikke - sounds like d-dee-kah

is - er - sounds like ah-r

cold - kald - sounds like kah-ld


So all together Min drikke er kald sounds like min d-dee-kah ah-r kah-ld.

norwegian language
(from: wikipedia - norwegian language)

Greek: Το ποτό μου είναι κρύο (To potó mou eínai krýo)

ASL: My drink is cold

Italian: La mia bevanda è freddo

German: Mein Getränk ist kalt

Spanish: Mi bebida es fría

French: Ma boisson est froid