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 Message 89 of 338
04 October 2012 at 9:53pm | IP Logged 
Today I did lessons 47, 48 and the review lesson 79. I couldn't do the exercises or listen to the lesson yesterday, I only read it. So, I decided to finish yday's lesson and do lesson 48, as well as read the review. I do want to finish the book in time. I realized I'm getting used to the non-cognate Norwegian words. I think it's about time I search my bookshelves for some comic books and children's books I got in Norwegian!
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 Message 90 of 338
08 October 2012 at 8:27pm | IP Logged 
Jeg vil prøve å skrive litt norsk igjen i dag. Leksjonen var interessant og jeg tror at boken skal få meg å lære mange viktige ord.

Jeg ville gjerne lese en brasiliansk bok på norsk. Jeg har nettopp funt ut at en brasiliansk forfatter, Milton Hatoum, skal ha boken sin 'Órfãos do Eldorado' oversatt og utgitt på norsk som "Føredreløse i Eldorado". Når det er gitt ut, jeg skal spør forfatteren om man kan kjøpe hans bøker på andre språk direkte i Brasil.

I kveld, når jeg kommer hjem, må jeg se på bokhyllene mine om hvilke bøker og tegneserier har jeg på norsk. Jeg bør ikke glemme det! I mellomtiden har jeg ikke fortsatt funnet Jostein Gaarders bøker på norsk!
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 Message 91 of 338
09 October 2012 at 12:53am | IP Logged 
So, I've checked my bookshelves and I have two issues of Uncle Scrooge and a booklet of
Disney's Peter Pan. I used to have the tapes to the latter but can't find them. I also
have several magazines. All in all, Peter Pan is quite likely to be my first Norwegian
book, followed closely by the Uncle Scrooge issues.
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Brun Ugle
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 Message 92 of 338
09 October 2012 at 7:20am | IP Logged 
Expugnator wrote:
I mellomtiden har jeg ikke fortsatt funnet Jostein Gaarders bøker på norsk!


Du kan bestille dem fra Norge, men prisene er nok litt ekstreme. Alt i Norge er kjempedyrt sammenlignet med andre land.

bokkilden
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 Message 93 of 338
09 October 2012 at 11:56am | IP Logged 
Brun Ugle wrote:


Du kan bestille dem fra Norge, men prisene er nok litt ekstreme. Alt i Norge er
kjempedyrt sammenlignet med andre land.

rom=MP&enkeltsok=jostein+gaarder&ept=2&pid=200060&gclid=CKq- ueKW87ICFcJ4cAod9xwA-
g">bokkilden


Jeg fant digitalbok.no men jeg vet ikke hva som vil skje hvis jeg kjøper i kroner med
kredittkortet mitt og jeg vet ikke om e-bøker skal også bli skattefrie som trykte
bøker. Dessutten, i digitalbok.no må man være fra Norge, Sverige og Denmark, selv om
man vil bare "kjøpe" noe gratis e-bøker som synnes der.
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 Message 94 of 338
10 October 2012 at 11:07pm | IP Logged 
One more day at which I almost had to skip Norwegian, but luckily I could finish my lesson. I have a doubt regarding the pronunciation of "av": is the v never pronounced, always pronounced or are there diferent cases? What about alltid, is the d always silent?
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 Message 95 of 338
10 October 2012 at 11:24pm | IP Logged 
Ah, I'm often wondering. As I believe you're using Assimil, I'd say it seems to depend on the speakers, but perhaps it's more simply assimilation occurring in faster speech or linking words... I'd love to have someone more experienced or a native comment on this.

I also wanted to say, please continue posting in Norwegian, because I really enjoy reading your posts!
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 Message 96 of 338
11 October 2012 at 5:26pm | IP Logged 
Expugnator wrote:
One more day at which I almost had to skip Norwegian, but luckily I could finish my
lesson. I
have a doubt regarding the pronunciation of "av": is the v never pronounced, always pronounced or are there
diferent cases? What about alltid, is the d always silent?

In av I think it depends on the speaker, the dialect, the register (formal vs. informal), the speed and the
sound that follows it. I'm from the North, and I think I pronounce the v in most cases, but often not when followed
by a consonant.

In alltid (and in tid) I never pronounce the d. I don't pronounce it when reading Bokmål or Nynorsk
either. To me it sounds like a hypercorrection when people do pronounce it, but I'm sure a lot of people from
Oslo and Østlandet would disagree.

Edited by tractor on 11 October 2012 at 5:29pm



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