Norwegians. . A Lesson in Norwegian The N nowegian is a person of few words, English Norwegian Excuse me, I didn' t quite catch what Has? you were saying. Will  Norwegians A Lesson in Norwegian The N nowegian is a person of few words English Excuse me I didn' t quite catch what Has? you were saying Will
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A Lesson in Norwegian
The N nowegian is a person of few words,
English Norwegian
Excuse me, I didn' t quite catch what Has?
you were saying. Will you please repeat?
Sorry for bumping into you like that. toil.
So terribly clumsy of me.
It' s you! How lovely to see you! Nei, men!
And how are things with you and your family? Ellers?
Excuse me, may I disturb you for a Du?
second?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#14 - lordlolland
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Spell it a little different and it works for us Danes too, phonetically it already works pretty well.
User avatar #32 to #14 - freeq
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The thing with the Danish is that you can "understand" Swedish and Norwegian but we don't understand anything when you speak to us :/
#53 to #14 - northard
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How to speak Danish: VRÆGØRÆØÆKL FLÆSKEBØRGÅKLØÆÆØÆØÆØÆØÆØÅÆØØÆ JÆI HÆR ÅBKÆST I MØNDÆN MIN RØDE PØLSE PÅ BILKA
#85 to #53 - mooghens
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(04/15/2013) [-]
Man's not joking, thats danish at its prime

User avatar #127 to #53 - lordlolland
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Phonetically you are correct, it sounds exactly like that.
However, your spelling is completely off.
#61 to #53 - anon id: db805420
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I lolled at "MIN RØDE PØLSE PÅ BILKA"
wp my scandinavian friend, wp
#60 to #53 - danzeebass **User deleted account**
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#20 to #14 - turdofdoom
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but danish sounds nothing like how its written
User avatar #27 to #20 - flyswattah
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Learn all about this in the NEXT lesson:

A Lesson in Danish.
#81 to #20 - mooghens
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gør det ikke?
gør det ikke?
#1 - admit
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#110 to #1 - eeaglee
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#46 - gabbiesup
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Næmmen kor i svarte nasn, e det den karn?!
#55 to #46 - huntress
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nais
User avatar #123 to #46 - caucasianinvasian
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kor mange norsk folkens e på funnyjunk?
User avatar #49 to #46 - iwebby
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(04/15/2013) [-]
Jeg forstår ingenting af hvad du siger.
User avatar #118 to #49 - caucasianinvasian
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(04/15/2013) [-]
ikje jeg heller
#89 to #49 - anon id: 5e2d7ff0
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Tror det er en full trønder...
#69 to #49 - anon id: beb85490
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Tror at flesteparten av nordmenn heller ikke forstår en drit.
User avatar #72 to #69 - iwebby
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Præcis
User avatar #79 to #46 - suitcasethinker
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Kor i svarte nasn, faktisk. Jeg tror jeg må begynne å bruke det utrykket, might come in handy :D
User avatar #47 - eenor
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(04/15/2013) [-]
You can do it in english too:
1.What?
2.Sorry.
3.Hey, man!
4.Sup?
5.Hey!
#51 to #47 - smoklax
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the english translation would be something like:
1. huh?
2. hey!
3. dude!
4. sup?
5. dude?
(from a danish)
#62 to #51 - anon id: ba66c665
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nah, sup is more like a right now, thing. "ellers" is more like, "what's going on in your life / your friends / family's life"
#64 to #62 - smoklax
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justin, you're canadian. just shush and apologize
User avatar #122 to #47 - unrealmadrid
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"Sup?" Doesn't really fit
User avatar #36 - dennymyman
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Related **** here. "Would you kindly shut your mouth now, please?" is "Kjeft"
#40 to #36 - lazyvoltage
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Kjeften if you're really serious.
#71 - felixjarl
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Comment Picture
#75 - angelusprimus
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And then you have the Finns who think that Norwegians are chatty people that never shut up.
#104 to #75 - finni
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User avatar #84 to #75 - mistercookie
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Are you kidding me? Finnish is like the longest language i have ever seen. Whenever i read a shampoo flask and it says "Keep away from eyes" The finish part is like a paragraph long.
User avatar #94 to #84 - angelusprimus
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Ever tried talking to Finns?
Language can be as long as you want, they don't freaking use it.
#108 to #75 - thelegitmetalhead
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#18 - fuckdamnshitcunts
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The accuracy of this post surprised me...
#33 to #18 - toastableduckling
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#29 - joiik
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this one is in swedish
#37 to #29 - anon id: 9db7782d
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an ass?
#50 to #29 - dardands
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huehueuhe "An Ass"
#74 to #29 - lookatmyhouseofwax
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User avatar #44 to #29 - greeneyedgamer
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"an ass"?
It should be "an ash".
#9 - moseth
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(04/15/2013) [-]
This is actually quite accurate.