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1st semester norwegian notes - Hva heter du Jeg heter God...

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Hva heter du? What’s your name? Jeg heter My name is God dag! Hello (good day) Hei Hello Velkommen Welcome Ha det! Goodbye Ha det bra! Goodbye (have it good) Mitt navn er My name is Takk! thanks Han he Hun she Vi ses see you later Vi snakkes we’ll talk later/ttyl Hvordan staver man ____? How does one spell _____? Å stave To spell Man staver det _____. One spells it ______. Norwegian=Germanic language North Germanic=Scandinavian West Germanic=English, German, Dutch East Germanic=extinct Scandinavian languages=Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Icelandic, Faroese (Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish are mutually intelligible) 14 th century Norway union with Denmark Written Norwegian language died out Danish replaced Norwegian as written language Danish influenced Norwegian quite a bit 19 th century- period called national romanticism- Norway still a part of Denmark but people said they should have their own language 1814- Norway got its own constitution (17, mai) 2 competing camps for written language- Rigsmaal (Norwegianized written Danish)
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