Norwegian, the state language of Norwegian, is spoken by roughly 5 million people, mainly in Norwegian. You will find a lot of dialects spoken in Norwegian. Pimsleur's Norwegian carefully adheres towards the pronunciation from the occupants of Oslo, the main city of Norwegian.
- 16 30-minute training of spoken Norwegian language instruction. These 16 training overlap with the very first 16 lesson of Pimsleur's 30-Unit Comprehensive Program.
- Each lesson includes an opening conversation, and new vocabulary and structures and includes practice for vocabulary introduced in the past training.
- Essential grammar and vocabulary. Subjects include: greetings, amounts, foods, shopping, telling time, arranging activities, and asking and providing directions.
- No mindless repetition! Speak to native loudspeakers in natural (and helpful!) conversations.
- Easy, fast, fun and efficient language acquisition.
- Completely Audio - anytime, anywhere. No computer necessary! Unlike costly software packages which tie students to some computer, Pimsleur courses can be found in Compact disc or mp3 format to suit your needs.
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