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Norwegian Complete Course

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ISBN-10: 0071420150

ISBN-13: 9780071420150

Edition: 2003

Authors: Margaretha Danbolt Simons

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Book details

List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 4/22/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638

Margaretha Danbolt Simonsis Norwegian, but has lived in England for many years. She has been teaching at the University of Surrey for the last 10 years.

Introductionp. 1
Pronunciationp. 4
Hei! hva heter du? / hello! what is your name?p. 10
Greeting people and introducing oneself
Making simple statements and questions
Jeg vil gjerne reise til Norge / I would like to go to Norwayp. 22
Talking about what you do for a living
Counting to ten, planning how to get to Norway
The days of the week
Pa vei til Norge / on the way to Norwayp. 35
Norwegian food and saying skal!
Saying what you would like to eat and drink
Norwegian driving regulations
Sightseeing i Oslo / sightseeing in Oslop. 47
What to see in Oslo and how to get about
Left and right
Talking about what you think of the sights
John gar til byen / John goes to townp. 61
Buying postcards and stamps
Cashing travellers' cheques and understanding Norwegian money
Asking for directions
Counting from ten upwards
Hallo! / hello!p. 72
Using the telephone
Using numbers in sums
Making appointments and saying please
Bentes familie / Bente's familyp. 85
Dealing with family relationships and the family tree
Talking to children
Showing irritation
John kolliderer og kommer pa sykehus / John is in a crash and ends up in hospitalp. 98
Expressing pain and discomfort
Describing symptoms of illnesses and pain
Parts of the body
Being in hospital
Bente far jobb, og John gar pa apotek / Bente gets a job, and John goes to the chemist'sp. 110
Buying clothes and medicines
Describing clothes
Colours and patterns
Telling the time
John og Bente gar I selskap / John and Bente go to partiesp. 123
Norwegian party customs
What to say to your hosts during and after a party
Months and dates
God Jul! Godt Nyttar! / Happy Christimas! Happy New Year!p. 137
Writing Christmas cards
Christmas in Norway
More about telling the time
Kjaere Kari / dear Karip. 151
Formal and informal letters
The use of titles
Describing the weather and the seasons
Paske pa fjellet / Easter in the mountainsp. 165
Expressing delight and fear
Winter scenery
Syttende Mai i Oslo / seventeenth of May in Oslop. 178
The National Day in Norway
Talking about the past
Expressing interest in something
How to say sorry
Sankt Hansaften pa Vestlandet / Midsummer in the West Countryp. 191
Yet another Norwegian celebration!
Booking hotel accommodation
Making a complaint
Paying the bill
Hva na? / what now?p. 204
Expressing thoughts and feelings
And perhaps a little nostalgia
Taking it furtherp. 220
Key to the exercisesp. 222
Grammarp. 230
Glossaryp. 233
Norwegian-English vocabularyp. 237
English-Norwegian vocabularyp. 251
Indexp. 262
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