Norsk

Some notes while learning Norwegian from Mangolanguages (which I can access through my local library)

Fancy letters: æ, ø, å

Notes

Phrases

Lexicon

Conjunctions

and: og (ogh)

Indefinite Articles

a[m]: en (ehn)

a[f]: ei (aiy)

a[n]: et (eht)

Prepositions

for: for (fohr)

in: i (ee)

at: ved (veeyeh)

Interjections

hi: hei (hy)

hello: hallo (HAHLLoh)

goodbye: ha det

good night: natta (NAHTTah)

wow: jøss (yuhss)

Pronouns

I: jeg (yai)

you (sub.): du (?)

you (obj.): deg (dye)

what: hva (vaah)

it: det (dayah) / den(dehn)

he: han (hahnn)

she: hun (huhnn)

they: de (dee)

my: min (meen)

that: det (dayah) / den (dehnn)

our: vår (vohr)

her: henne (HEHNNeh)

me: meg (mayeh)

which: hvilter (VILKeht)

^Prepositions_

to: å (oh)

with: hos (hoos)

of: av (aahv) / om (ohmm) / i (ee)

from: fra (fraah)

on: på (poh)

Adverbs

too: også (OHsoh)

how, open question: hvordan (VOORdahnn)

how, specific: hvor (vohr?)

often: ofte (OHftuh?)

well: bra (braah)

so: så (soh)

yes: ja (yah)

there: der (daar)

here: har (haar)

really: virkelig (VIRkehli)

where: hvor (VOOR)

really: jaså (YAHSSah)

very: veldig (VEHLLdee)

well: godt (gohtt)

not: ikke (IKKeh)

that: som (sohm)

no: nei (nye)

of course: selvfølgelig (SEHLLfuhllgehli)

Adjectives

pleasant / nice: hyggelig (HIGGehli)

going: går (gohr)

going: drar (draahr?)

fine: fint (feeyint)

later: senere (SEEYEHnehreh)

good: god (gooh)

excellent: utmerket (OOTmarkeht)

bad: dårlig (DOHli)

so-so: sånn passe (sohnn PAHSSeh)

happy: glad (glaah)

sad: trist

whole: hele (HEEYEHleh)

married: gift (yift)

great: fantastisk (fahnTAHStisk)

pretty: pen (peeyehn)

handsome: kjekk (Hyehkk)

young: ung (oong)

old: gammel ( GAHMMehl)

tall: høy (huhy)

short: lav (laahv)

skinny: tynn (tinn)

fat: tjukk (hyuhkk)

great: fin (feen)

a little: litt

Swedish: svensk (svehnnsk)

Finnish: finsk (finnsk)

Russian: russisk (REWSSisk)

much / a lot: mye (MEEyeh)

born: født (fuhtt)

Verbs

to meet: treffe (TREHFFeh)

is / am: er (ar)

am called: heter (HEEYEHtehr)

have: ha (haah)

have: har (hahr)

see: ser (seeyehr)

is happening: skjer (shehr)

be: vær (vaar)

gone: borte (BOORTeh)

live: bor (boohr)

think: synes (SINehs)

would like: vil gjerne (vil YAARNeh)

will: skal (skahll)

introduce: introdusere (INtrooDEWseeyehreh)

let's: la oss (lah ohss)

take: ta (taah)

like: like (LEEKeh)

love: elske (EHLSkeh)

fond of: glad i (happy in)

come: kommer: (KOHMMehr)

speak: snakker (SNAHKKehr)

am learning: lærer (LAArehr)

speak: snakker (SNAHKKehr)

understand: forstår (FOHSHtohr)

studied: studerte (STEWdeeyehrteh)

heard: hørt (huhrt)

Nouns

weather: været (vaahreh?)

home: hjem (yem?) / heim (hIIm?)

last time: sist

thanks: takk (tahkk)

tomorrow: i morgen (ee MAWawrn)

night: natt (nahtt)

day: dag (daahg)

morning: morgen (MAWawrn)

sister: søsteren (SUHStehrehn)

the sister: søsteren (SUHStahn)

brother: bror (broohr)

the mom: mammaen (MAHMMahn)

the dad: pappaen (PAHPPahn)

the family: familien (FAHmeelyehn)

father: far (faahr)

mother: mor (moohr)

aunt: tante (TAHNNteh)

uncle: onkel (OONGkel)

cousin [m]: fetter (FEHTTehr)

cousin [f]: kusine (KEWseeneh)

son: søn (suhnn)

daughter: datter (DAHTTehr)

engagement: forlovelse (fohrLOHvehlseh)

marriage: ekteskap (EHKtehSKAAHP)

husband: mann (mahnn)

wife: kone (KOOHneh)

parents: foreldre (fohrEHLdreh)

children: barn (baarhn)

grandparents: besteforeldre (BEHStehfohrEHLdreh)

grandmother: bestemor (BEHStehMOOHR)

grandfather: bestefar (BEHStehFAAHR)

grand[son/daughter]: barnebarn (BAHRNehhbaahrn)

niece: niese (NEEyehseh)

nephew: nevø (NEHvuh)

friend[f]: venninne (VEHNNinneh)

coffee: kaffe (KAHFFeh)

personality: personlighet (parSOOHNliheeyeht)

friend[n]: venn (vehnn)

friend[m]: kamerat (kahmehRAAHT)

acquaintance: bekjent (BEH-Hyehnnt)

stranger: fremmed (FREHMMehd)

roommate: romkamerat (ROOMMkahmehRAAHT)

tea: te (teeyeh)

café: kafé (KAHfayeh)

Norwegian: norsk (nohshk)

website: nettside (NEHTTseedeh)

English: engelske (EHNGehlske)

Sweden: Sverige (SVARyeh)

Finland: Finland (FINNlahnn)

Russia: russland (REWSSlahn)

state: stat (staaht)

city: by (bee)

history: historie (HIStoorhiyeh)

school: skole (SKOOHleh)

the school: skolen (SKOOHlehn)

university: universitet (EWniVAHSHiTEEHT)

the university: universitet (EWniVAHSHiTEEHteh)