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Solfrid Cristin
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 Message 114 of 407
05 May 2011 at 5:46pm | IP Logged 
I am happy to see that you are learning Norwegian. Feel free to ask if there is anything at all I can help you with. No question is too small or too great.
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Arekkusu
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 Message 115 of 407
05 May 2011 at 5:48pm | IP Logged 
Kuikentje wrote:
Arekkusu, I want to know why you've this nick "Arekkusu" and the infos about that.

Thank you!!

Kuikentje

Simple : je m'appelle Alexandre et Arekkusu est l'équivalent japonais d'Alex. Tous les Japonais connaissent le nom Arekkusu, même si c'est un nom étranger, et s'en souviennent facilement quand je l'annonce alors c'est pratique. Au moment de l'inscription, j'étudiais uniquement le japonais alors ça m'a semblé un pseudonyme approprié.
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Arekkusu
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 Message 117 of 407
05 May 2011 at 6:04pm | IP Logged 
Solfrid Cristin wrote:
I am happy to see that you are learning Norwegian. Feel free to ask if there is anything at all I can help you with. No question is too small or too great.

Takk for at du sier du vil gjerne hjelpe meg! Nå trenger jeg å laere mange ord og den norske uttale er litt vanskelig. Denne uken har jeg forsøkt å forstå "Ikke gjør dette hjemme" men jeg kunne ikke forstå ignenting. Kanskje snakker mennerne i showen en dialekt; jeg synes de kommer fra Trondheim.
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Arekkusu
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 Message 118 of 407
05 May 2011 at 6:05pm | IP Logged 
Kuikentje wrote:
Arekkusu wrote:
Kuikentje wrote:
Arekkusu, I want to know why you've this nick "Arekkusu" and the infos about that.

Thank you!!

Kuikentje

Simple : je m'appelle Alexandre et Arekkusu est l'équivalent japonais d'Alex. Tous les Japonais connaissent le nom Arekkusu, même si c'est un nom étranger, et s'en souviennent facilement quand je l'annonce alors c'est pratique. Au moment de l'inscription, j'étudiais uniquement le japonais alors ça m'a semblé un pseudonyme approprié.


Thanks for explaining, yes it's appropriate and logic as well. It's a great nick. Maybe the "l" is become "r" becasue the Japanese can't pronounce "l" ?

Indeed.
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Solfrid Cristin
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 Message 119 of 407
05 May 2011 at 7:47pm | IP Logged 
Arekkusu wrote:
Takk for at du sier du vil gjerne hjelpe meg! Nå trenger jeg å laere mange ord og den norske uttale er litt vanskelig. Denne uken har jeg forsøkt å forstå "Ikke gjør dette hjemme" men jeg kunne ikke forstå ignenting. Kanskje snakker mennerne i showen en dialekt; jeg synes de kommer fra Trondheim.


Your Norwegian is very, very good! I'd give a lot to be able to write Russian that well. You have only a few really small mistakes that I'll correct for you.

Takk for at du sier du gjerne vil hjelpe meg! Nå trenger jeg å lære mange ord og den norske uttalen er litt vanskelig. Denne uken har jeg forsøkt å forstå "Ikke gjør dette hjemme" men jeg kunne ikke forstå noenting. Kanskje snakker mennene i showet en dialekt; jeg tror de kommer fra Trondheim.

If you like to write more and have it corrected you can send me a PM, or of course just write it here.

And yes, the Norwegian pronunciation does take some getting used to for foreigners, but I know you put special emphasis on that, so I am sure you will do great.
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Arekkusu
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 Message 120 of 407
05 May 2011 at 7:59pm | IP Logged 
Solfrid Cristin wrote:
Arekkusu wrote:
Takk for at du sier du vil gjerne hjelpe meg! Nå trenger jeg å laere mange ord og den norske uttale er litt vanskelig. Denne uken har jeg forsøkt å forstå "Ikke gjør dette hjemme" men jeg kunne ikke forstå ignenting. Kanskje snakker mennerne i showen en dialekt; jeg synes de kommer fra Trondheim.


Your Norwegian is very, very good! I'd give a lot to be able to write Russian that well. You have only a few really small mistakes that I'll correct for you.

Takk for at du sier du gjerne vil hjelpe meg! Nå trenger jeg å lære mange ord og den norske uttalen er litt vanskelig. Denne uken har jeg forsøkt å forstå "Ikke gjør dette hjemme" men jeg kunne ikke forstå noenting. Kanskje snakker mennene i showet en dialekt; jeg tror de kommer fra Trondheim.

If you like to write more and have it corrected you can send me a PM, or of course just write it here.

And yes, the Norwegian pronunciation does take some getting used to for foreigners, but I know you put special emphasis on that, so I am sure you will do great.

Many thanks for the corrections (and praise)! Placement of gjerne, missing -n on uttalen (should have known), noenting, mennene, show is neutral and tror instead of synes. Noted.

My problem with Norwegian pronunciation is that since I have little opportunity to hear the language in real life (yet!), it's still hard to guess the pronunciation of written words I haven't heard, such as whether /o/ is closer to [ u ] or [o], or if an /e/ should be [e] or [3]. Actually, those are probably my only concerns at this point... That's the only reason I'm going through Pimsleur, otherwise I'd only bother with Teach Yourself.

By the way -- would you happen to know a good online Norwegian dictionary?

Edited by Arekkusu on 05 May 2011 at 8:11pm



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