- venn – friend
- gjøre – to do
- flink – clever
First, listen to the dialogue and then answer the questions in the Exercise 1. Listen as many times as you need to.
Alexandra looks at Facebook photos. She tells Adrian about her friends.
Read the dialogue below. Then, do the Exercises 1 and 2 in the Practice tab. By pressing the play button, you can also listen to each line separately. For your convenience, the new words are underlined and you can find them in the vocabulary section.
| ||(et) bilde||picture|
| ||Dette er…||This is…|
| ||å fortelle||to tell|
| ||å gjøre||to do |
The verb “gjøre” changes to “gjør” in the Present Tense:
Hva gjør du? – What do you do? / What are you doing?
Hva gjør du/han/hun/vi/dere? – What do you/does he…. do?
| ||å gå||to walk, to go on foot |
å gå på norskkurs – to go/attend a Norwegian course
| ||å ha||to have|
| ||Hva med… ?||What about…?|
| ||(et) land||country|
| ||(en) restaurant||restaurant|
| ||å se||to look|
| ||(en) student||student|
| ||(en) venn||friend|
| ||økonomi||economics; economy|
*sine – her
About the word “venn”
The word “venn” can refer to both, male and female friend. If you want to specify that you are talking about a female friend, you can use the word “venninne”:
en/ei venninne – female friend, girl friend.
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Think about a friend of yours and write a few sentences about him or her. You can mention their name, age, where they are from, what languages they speak, and where they work. Upload your text as a document to have it corrected by our teacher. Please name the file “Min venn”.
You can start with “Min venn heter… ” – My friend is called…
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