by Kathleen Stokker and Haddal Odd
University of Wisconsin Press, 1981
Paper: 978-0-299-08694-7 | eISBN: 978-0-299-08693-0 | Cloth: 978-0-299-08690-9
Library of Congress Classification PD2623.S86
Dewey Decimal Classification 439.8282421

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

This introduction to Norwegian helps students acquire the basic units of vocabulary and structure and use that knowledge to learn about Norway and Norwegian culture.
    Once students acquire the basic units of vocabulary and structure, they will use their knowledge of the language to learn about Norway. Students will learn about the cities of Oslo and Bergen, how to converse when eating in a Norwegian home or restaurant, and about Norwegian schools. Emphasis is also given to travel and communications, as well as the seasons of the year and Norwegian holidays.
    The present edition of the text features a short grammar summary, a reference for review to assist in drawing together aspects of the grammar that are presented throughout the text. To aid in developing good pronunciation and intonation habits, as well as to internalize certain items of vocabulary and structure, most chapters contain a practice dialogue for students to practice repeatedly while studying the chapter.