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|Norsk PHRASES 20 - |
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Norwegian Phrase /American-English Transcription/
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Can I take pictures?
You can't take pictures here
Are there any boat trips on the lake?
Are there any boat trips on the river?
Are there any guided tours?
How long does the tour take?
Are there any good night clubs?
Are there any local festivals?
I'd like to visit the cathedral.
I'd like to visit the church.
I'd like to visit the mosque.
I'd like to visit the temple.
Is there a discount for children?
Is there a discount for groups?
Is there a discount for elderly?
Is there a discount for students?
What hours are you open?
What time do you close?
What time do you open?
What time does the show begin?
When was it built?
Who built this?
How high is that mountain?
What is the name of that animal?
What is the name of that bird?
What is the name of that flower?
What is the name of that tree?
What is the name of that building?
What is the name of that mountain?
What is the name of that river?
When starting out you will frequently notice that the letters d, g, and h are often silent in Norwegian:
Land (English meaning: Land) [Phonetic: /LAHN/]
Viktig (English meaning: Important) [Phonetic: /VEEK-TEE/, to my ear the K is rather soft and I sometimes hear it as if it is /VEEG-TEE/]
Hva (English menaing: What) [Phonetic: /VAH/]
Each vowel (a, e, i, o, u, y, æ, ø, å) in a stressed syllable is either long (about three times longer than you are in the habit of holding it) or very short.
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