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Learn Norwegian by listening to our podcast delivered to you by Lingu's enchanting Norwegian teacher Camilla Cahill every second Friday at 10.00.

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- norskpodden: train your listening skills
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- norskkaféen: practise your speaking skills
- norskkinoen: watch a Norwegian movie in good company
- norskquizen, who's best in Norwegian-quiz?

All upcoming events and free online training you can find at norskbloggen.no

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Learn Norwegian by listening to our podcast delivered to you by Lingu's enchanting Norwegian teacher Camilla Cahill every second Friday at 10.00.

Learn more by Lingu - for free!

- norskpodden: train your listening skills
- norskbloggen: improve your reading skills
- norsktimen: join a live webinar
- norskkaféen: practise your speaking skills
- norskkinoen: watch a Norwegian movie in good company
- norskquizen, who's best in Norwegian-quiz?

All upcoming events and free online training you can find at norskbloggen.no

    Konstruktiv kritikk på arbeidsplassen

    Konstruktiv kritikk på arbeidsplassen

    Konstruktiv kritikk er en tilbakemelding som uttrykker hvordan noen kan gjøre noe annerledes og bedre. I ukens episode snakker Camilla om Janteloven og hvordan den påvirker måten tilbakemeldinger blir gitt på norske arbeidsplasser.
    Du finner en transkripsjon av dagens episode på www.norskbloggen.no
    Har du spørsmål, innspill eller ønsker? Send oss en mail da vel!
    norskpodden@lingu.no

    • 11 min
    Å være hissig på grøten!

    Å være hissig på grøten!

    What does the expression "å være hissig på grøten," mean? In this week's episode Camilla digs deep to find out what the expression means, and how it is used.
    Study materials and a transcript of this episode can be found at www.norskbloggen.no
    Have a question or a suggestion? Send us an email at norskpodden@lingu.no

    • 11 min
    Deep diving in to the western dialect

    Deep diving in to the western dialect

    This week's episode is a lesson in salt. Listen to Lingu's Ingrid from Stanghelle teach you what the common expression for a salt-craving spell is called, and how her dialect defines her directness.
    Study materials and a transcript of this blog are available at www.norskbloggen.no
    Have a question or ant suggestions? Send us an email at norskpodden@lingu.no

    • 13 min
    Deep diving into the Midlands dialect

    Deep diving into the Midlands dialect

    There are those who will claim that the Valdres dialect is the prettiest dialect in Norway. Listen to Mari Klosbøle Evenstuen talk about the key ingredients of her dialect and hear for yourself just how melodic it gets.
    Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at www.norskbloggen.no
    Have a question or suggestion? send us an e-mail at norskpodden@lingu.no

    • 12 min
    Deep diving into the eastern dialect

    Deep diving into the eastern dialect

    Ever heard the expression, "there are more dialects than there are Norwegians"? This week's episodes takes you into the eastern woods, near the Swedish border, for a bit of a head-bangers session. Roy Møllerud lead singer in the band "Malossi", talks about his dialect and how it has been a conscious choice to use it as the key component of the bands musical expression.
    Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at norskbloggen.no
    Have a question or suggestion? Send us an e-mail at norskpodden@lingu.no

    • 11 min
    Deep diving into the southern dialect

    Deep diving into the southern dialect

    Ever heard the expression " there are more Norwegian dialects than there are Norwegians"? This week's episode zones once again on dialect practice, more specifically the South of Norway, as Knut, talks about what is special about his Kristiansand dialect, the often common slip-ups Norwegians experience when communicating with each other in dialect and why you might hear what sounds like "miaowing" when in Kristiansand.
    Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at:
    https://norskbloggen.no/dialekt-dypdykk (https://norskbloggen.no/dialekt-dypdykk)
    Have a question or suggestion? Send us an email at norskpodden@lingu.no and tell us what you would like to hear and learn more about. We'd love to hear from you.

    • 11 min

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