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hi everyone

well i have lived here for nearly 4 months and want to start to properly learn Norwegian ,i know alot of words but still no where near good enough to put a sentance together .

so my question is does anybody know of any languge courses in the fjellhamer area ?

believe me i have looked and i seem to be hitting a brickwall all the time .

also seeing as this is a fishing website can you guys translate a few of your Norwegian fishing words into english for me eg

English Norwegian

fly fishing ?

seafishing ?

spinning ?

any words you can help me with will be really helpfull and i promise i will take them all on board and learn them :)

Thank you

Mark

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hi everyone

well i have lived here for nearly 4 months and want to start to properly learn Norwegian ,i know alot of words but still no where near good enough to put a sentance together .

so my question is does anybody know of any languge courses in the fjellhamer area ?

believe me i have looked and i seem to be hitting a brickwall all the time .

also seeing as this is a fishing website can you guys translate a few of your Norwegian fishing words into english for me eg

English Norwegian

fly fishing ?

seafishing ?

spinning ?

any words you can help me with will be really helpfull and i promise i will take them all on board and learn them :)

Thank you

Mark

flyfishing - fluefiske

seafishing - sjøfiske

spinning - spinnerfiske

Maybe you can be so kind to translate these words into English, then:

Sætervaffel

Leikarring

Sælbuvott

:)

Jan.

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Hi Mark!

I don`t know of any norwegian educational courses in the Fjellhamar area but there are several in Oslo.

"Oslo VO Rosenhof do offer classes - but you have to meet up in person to book the dates:

Oslo VO Rosenhof, inngang A i Dynekilgata 10, 0569 Oslo. Do remeber to bring your passport...

Open 2006 from 31. juli 2006:

Monday: 14:00 - 18:00

Tuesday: 09:30 - 15:00

Wednesday: 09:30 - 18:00

Thursday: 09:30 - 15:00

Friday: Closed

Questions:

Tlf 22 38 77 90 all days fromkl 10:00 - 14:00

e-mail: rosenhof.inntakskontoret@ude.oslo.kommune.no

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Hi Mark!

I don`t know of any norwegian educational courses in the Fjellhamar area but there are several in Oslo.

"Oslo VO Rosenhof do offer classes - but you have to meet up in person to book the dates:

Oslo VO Rosenhof, inngang A i Dynekilgata 10, 0569 Oslo. Do remeber to bring your passport...

Open 2006 from 31. juli 2006:

Monday: 14:00 - 18:00

Tuesday: 09:30 - 15:00

Wednesday: 09:30 - 18:00

Thursday: 09:30 - 15:00

Friday: Closed

Questions:

Tlf 22 38 77 90 all days fromkl 10:00 - 14:00

e-mail: rosenhof.inntakskontoret@ude.oslo.kommune.no

thanks guys for all the help :D

thanks Hoffa i checked out there website and found some very helpfull information and web pages to start helping me to learn ,

cheers top reply m8

Mark :D

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Sorry about my poor english.

this is the moast imoprtant word: skitt fiske.

It means bad fishing,but it is realy as a good luck before the fiching.

Ever never say lykke til-good luck.

It is a old people beleave ekspression.

:D

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U should join one of us for a fishing trip...with a big deal going on...

The Norwegian guy only speak eng and u only speak norwegian

Did i hear racing learning????

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U should join one of us for a fishing trip...with a big deal going on...

The Norwegian guy only speak eng and u only speak norwegian

Did i hear racing learning????

lol i have been told that if i really want to learn norwegian the best way is for the people i know here and my parnter to only talk norwegian to me apparently its the best method of learning ,hope i dont go hungry in the meantime lol. ;)

thanks for the imput guys ;)

Mark

Sorry about my poor english.

this is the moast imoprtant word: skitt fiske.

It means bad fishing,but it is realy as a good luck before the fiching.

Ever never say lykke til-good luck.

It is a old people beleave ekspression.

;)

no need to be sorry m8 i am in your country so its upto me to understand norwegians .

lol my partner always says lykke til to me when i go fishing now i know why .

thanks

:P

Mark

ah cool thats what i am looking for ,

tack

Mark :)

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I learnt a lot of English from watching all three extended versions of Lord of the Rings with English subtitles. Quite a few words they don't teach us in childrens school in those films, especially those spoken by Gandalf; "hearken to me, I am no conjurer of cheap tricks!" I believe Norwegians learn much of their English from TV since we have subtitles and don't have actors saying the lines in Norwegian, does it work the other way around as well? How about Norwegian books on fishing, Ingar Heum's "Sportsfiske langs Oslofjorden" should be ideal since you will also learn about fishing opportunities in the most relevant area of the country for you.

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Agree to your thoughts regarding dubbing vs subtitles and original-language on movies. Just look to other European countries like Germany, Italy, Spain and France. They dub their movies, and are quite lousy in english, both in writing and speaking. But the Dutch speaks english exellent.

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