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Welcome to Everyday Norwegian for Beginners - 400 Actions & Activities by Innovative Language.

This audiobook is a new way to learn and speak Norwegian fast.

Start speaking in minutes with powerful learning methods that you'll learn inside.

  • Using this audiobook is simple.
  • You'll learn practical phrases for over 400 daily activities through 10 easy chapters.

The phrases were chosen by a panel of professional language teachers and are some of the most frequently used phrases in daily conversation.

Each chapter covers a daily scene such as morning activities, going to work, hanging out with friends, and much more. You'll be able talk about your day easily as you learn practical phrases in every chapter. With each phrase you'll get the audio pronunciation, bonus vocabulary, and more.

Simply listen and repeat out loud.

©2015 Innovative Language Learning, LLC (P)2015 Innovative Language Learning, LLC

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  • Melissa
  • California, United States
  • 08-03-18

Only explores the present tense

Not very helpful. I don't narrate my life with sentences like, "I buy groceries," "I feed the cat," or "I walk to the bus stop." It's okay to help with some vocabulary, but it would be more useful to teach phrases like, "I need to go to the store to buy groceries," or "I'm going to the store to buy groceries," or "Would you feed the cat?" Also, beginners need to understand context and sentence structure and there is zero explanation here. Some of the phrases were utterly useless to a beginner. Example: "I compress files into a single zip file." Who cares?