Bilde is how you say photo in Norwegian.
"Velg meg" is how you say "choose me" in Norwegian.
in norwegian its "tenåring"
Pappa is dad in Norwegian.
Hunter in norwegian is 'jeger'.
Jeg er norsk.
"Jul" , that's Christmas in Norwegian. If you want to say Merry Christmas you say "God jul".
My family in norwegian are "Min familie"
Jeg snakker norsk.
Snakker du norsk?
The Norwegian word for "creative" is "kreativ".
Green is the same in English and Norwegian
No in Norwegian is 'Nei', pronounced 'Niy' (english pronounciation of i)
Hi ther in norwegian is hei der.
Hill in English, would in Norwegian be: "Ås"
It's the same. Algebra = algebra in Norwegian
We in norwegian is "Vi" It is pronuonced the same way as "We"
Babe is not aomething one would say in Norwegian. Those who do just say babe. Might I suggest Snuppa or Søta.
How do you say merry Christmas and happy new years in Norwegian
"Where is the Police station" in Norwegian is as follows: "Hvor er politistasjonen?" This is not a joke, that is really how you say it.
"barnebarn" - meaning "grandchild", Norwegian has no term for granddaughter.
Good luck in Norwegian is "Lykke til"
In Norwegian, the English word for home would be: "Hjem"
The word "bread" in both Norwegian and Nynorsk is "Brød".
"Sheperd" is shepherd in Norwegian, and is pronounced "sheh-phad"
In Norwegian, when toasting over a drink they say "skÃ¥l!". Which is the equivalent of "cheers!" in English.
In norwegian it's "språk" both in singular and plural form.
In Norwegian that would be "Gud være med deg"
Happy Christmas means "god jul" in Norwegian.
You can say: Full or beruset.
You say it like gutt
'Hey' in Norwegian is 'hei'. It is pronounced almost exactly the same as in English.
You would not say Happy Birthday in Norwegian as it is not grammatically correct. You would however say "Gratulerer med dagen" which means Congratulations with the day.
Norwegian persons = norske personer how to pronounce it, I can't write xD but it's something, right? :D
Have a wonderful Sunday, in Norwegian would be: "Ha en god/ fin søndag" In Norwegian the first letter of the weekdays are not capitalized. The Norwegian word for Sunday is "søndag."
The same way you say it in English.
In Norwegian, the word "welcome" is velkommen. An example sentence is "Velkommen til Norge". Which means "welcome to Norway". Related Video 1: Related Video 2:
um, ski. (like, SKEE). I am Norwegian.. but if you want to know the word "ski" in Norwegian, it's the same. "Ski" is already in Norwegian.
'Together in Heaven' translates to 'sammen i himmelen' in Norwegian.
"Takk for at du lyttet" is the correct translation. Source: I'm Norwegian.
Aloha: kahawai [kahav-I]
It depends. If you say: the small dog, in Norwegian it's said: den lille hunden. But if you say: the ship was grey, in Norwegian it's said: skipet var grått.
In Norwegian, the simple form of 'Hi' is 'Hei', because 'hej' is actually the Danish and Swedish spelling of 'hi'. So, if you are wanting norwegian, then its 'hei'
"My name is ..." In Norwegian is "Jeg heter ..." Example: "My name is Homer" = "Jeg heter Homer"