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Learning a new language is a tough ask as an adult, but it’s essential to ensure a positive experience living in Norway.

Not only is it difficult, but foreigners in Norway need to make extra effort to learn Norwegian, because Scandinavians speak such good English.

Some expats choose to learn the language because their company pays for lessons, others because they want to understand more of what’s going on around them, while others want to relocate for the long-term.

Whether you’re just thinking about making the move, are in the process of relocating, or you just want to learn for fun, here are all our articles to help you in the process of learning Norwegian.

Start Here: If you’re at the beginning of your journey, check out our ultimate guide for beginners who want to understand how to learn Norwegian. It’s full of our best tips, all packed into one page.

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Norwegian Phrases: Common Sayings in Norway

Posted by Mathew Paul Gundersen — July 13, 2020

Norwegian has plenty of quirky sayings that teach you a lot about the society and culture. Here's a small collection of them to get you started. It's one thing trying to learn a language in class...

The Norwegian Alphabet

Posted by Life in Norway Editorial Team — May 27, 2020

The Norwegian alphabet has three extra vowels that English speakers must master. Here's everything you need to know about Norway's 29-letter alphabet. It might be a surprise to some, but the Norwegian alphabet is slightly different...

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