AureliaeLacrimae Posted December 6, 2014 Report Share Posted December 6, 2014 Well, I've noticed that this hasn't yet been mentioned, so here it is. I'd found several websites which I believe could be useful. First of all, there's Wikipedia. People usually don't like Wikipedia as a source, but it must be admitted that they have a very good overview of grammar, phonology and such, so here it goes:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norwegian_languageThen there's ''NorwegianClass101'' : http://www.norwegianclass101.com/norwegian-language/You can find a lot of valuable particulars about grammar. A dictionary is also provided: http://www.norwegianclass101.com/norwegian-dictionary/I liked it. I typed in ''air'' in English and I got a list consisting of ALL words which have ''air'' in them (hair, hairpin, chair, airplane...), and their translations. This may be very useful. Sometimes you may want a bigger overview.And then, there's Omniglot:http://www.omniglot.com/writing/norwegian.htmThey also have a lot of various links - from dictionaries to vocabulary, grammar... even Norwegian news and radio stations, so at least something will prove to be useful. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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