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tractor
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 Message 57 of 338
25 August 2012 at 12:04am | IP Logged 
"Ka tid klokka" is the same as asking "ka tid" (or "når") in questions like "ka tid skal du dit", but it's more precise
since you make it clear that you want a fairly accurate hour, like 7 o'clock. You don't use it for asking what time it is
now; then you'd say something like "ka e klokka?", "kor mange e klokka?", "ka ho e?" etc.

Brun Ugle wrote:
Here's a question for all you Norwegians out there: Do you say "i attenhundre og brødmangel"
I'm wondering how local that expression is since I've heard it quite often in one place, but never outside of that one
town.

Yes, I know this expression. It's not something I say or hear very often, but I've used it occasionally.

Where in Norway do you live?
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Brun Ugle
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 Message 58 of 338
25 August 2012 at 6:31pm | IP Logged 
Now I live in Steinkjer, but the only time I ever heard it used was back when I lived in Høylandet. There, I heard it a lot. Of course, they say a lot of strange things up there :)

There's also, "da klokka gikk til tolv." I like that one too.
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 Message 59 of 338
28 August 2012 at 10:07pm | IP Logged 
I'm already at lesson 17 of Assimil and I'm having a hard time to retain vocabulary, which consisted of important words so far I shouldn't let fall apart. I don't want to wait until I review everything from a less consistent book like Hugo's or until I move on to intermediate textbooks, so as an attempt I'll write sentences and paragraphs contaning the important words I've met at today's lesson.

1. Det er for sent; jeg må gå min vei.
2. Jeg vil spørre mor om hun ønsker å komme hos meg i november. Det kommer en på hvem skal komme med henne.
3. Det finnes ingen flere konsertbilleter til i kveld.
4. Jeg spilte SongPop hele kvelden.
5. Jeg husker ikke passordet til min bankkonto. Jeg glemmer alt!
6. Det viktigste for en ordfører er å utvikle en by for mennesker, ikke for biler. Hva mener dere om det? Det skal ha valgene i byen min, men jeg kan ikke stemme, fordi min velgernes id-kort henviser fortsatt til hjembyen min. None ganger tror jeg alle politikere er like, men det er noen som kan være verre.

How do you pronounce fortsatt? At the tape the woman says something like 'fortshatt'.

Just one sidenote on textbooks: I always laugh at "På vei" because it sounds like "pô, véi", which would translate as "c'mon, dude!", "what the heck, dude?!" or even "woooah, dude" in astonishment!! in Brazil. So, it sounds like I tell someone I'm studying Norwegian and they reply "Duuude!!!"
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tractor
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 Message 60 of 338
28 August 2012 at 10:31pm | IP Logged 
Expugnator wrote:
How do you pronounce fortsatt? At the tape the woman says something like 'fortshatt'.

That's more or less how most people pronounce it.
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Solfrid Cristin
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 Message 61 of 338
28 August 2012 at 10:58pm | IP Logged 
tractor wrote:
Expugnator wrote:
How do you pronounce fortsatt? At the tape the woman says something like 'fortshatt'.

That's more or less how most people pronounce it.


Yep.
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montmorency
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 Message 62 of 338
28 August 2012 at 11:55pm | IP Logged 
@Expugnator:

You've had answers from 2 native speakers, so I guess your question is answered.

However, if you get stuck on a word in future, you might try this:

https://acapela-box.com/AcaBox/index.php

(pull down the voice you want - there are 3 Norwegian voices).

Iversen said the Danish voices weren't bad actually, so maybe the Norwegian ones are
ok.



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Medulin
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 Message 63 of 338
29 August 2012 at 1:31am | IP Logged 
Expugnator wrote:

How do you pronounce fortsatt? At the tape the woman says something like 'fortshatt'.

I guess it depends on which pronunciation you prefer: Eastern, Northern, Southwestern...In Oslo, you get a lot of SH sound (Barcelona, Oslo)...in Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansand, people say these with [s]. I haven't paid attention to how Ingvild Bryn pronounces fortsatt on NRK news ;)

Check this song out:
Siri Stranger - Fortsatt Faller Regnet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1j7RyHM8Sz4

Edited by Medulin on 29 August 2012 at 1:38am

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Expugnator
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 Message 64 of 338
29 August 2012 at 8:58pm | IP Logged 
I keep on doing my approach of writing sentences with the new words. Jeg ville gjerne ha korreksjoner til tidligere setningene (#59) ;)

1. Jeg tror at i grunnen er det ingen som er virkelig sjenert. Enhver person kan føle seg vel med noen eller på et bestemt sted.
2. Det er ingen skam å lære seg georgisk!
3. Man må vet å holde kjeft når det trengs.
4. Barn får ikke lov til å kjøre motoriserte sykler her i Brasil, selv om disse har bare en veldig liten motor.
5. Jeg vil ikke mer arbeide for deg, og jeg mener det alvorlig.
6. Min svigermor kan lage veldig gode ostboller.
7. Jeg lover å kjøre raskere neste gang.


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