Norwegian - Æ Ø Å (Letters you dont have)

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Norwegian - Æ Ø Å (Letters you dont have) 4.5
Lessons to explain the Æ, Ø and Å. Visualization of how to pronounce them!

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Hey all Norwegian learners!
The language I'm teaching is not Bokmål nor Nynorsk. It's an east dialect and I don't think you will have much problem with bokmål after this. :) And everyone will understand this.

I am Norwegian, from Norway. Born and raised. I live in Oslo, with my husband and son.

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I started filming with my webcam. Then i moved on to a Flip, then a Flip Mino HD. Then followed my iPhone, and Now I have a Panasonic HC-V210 :)
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å is not a problem for me!

Thank god I live in Minnesota.
or minnesååååda.
;)

Author — Andrew H.

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This is a reason Denmark, Norway and Sweden are awesome. Just because

Author — LucasMaA

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Æ: The sound of the "A" vowel in the word "Hat."
Ø: The sound of the "O" vowel in the word "Hurt."
Å: The sound of the "A" vowel with the addition of a slight "W." Exempli gratia: The word "Gnaw."

Author — Ramy Jaroudi

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so i came here for my norwegian lesson from earlier today and i just realized

how weird does "twenty øne piløts" name sound if read literally?

Author — DaNeatra Barker

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Nøw I knøw høw tø really prønounce twenty øne piløts

Author — m_txt

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Thanks, miss.  You look as sweet, tart, and fresh as a wild strawberry yourself!

Author — BenjaminFranklin99

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Thank you for this helpful video! You are so sweet. <3

Author — Erin Clark

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Your videos are really helpful! I've been learning a lot, thanks for teaching this beautiful language, I love it!

By the way...Are you a Manchester United fan, isn't? Hahaha.
Go Arsenal! #proudgunner

Author — Eric Tabales

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When you are from Norway and reading all The coments!😂

Author — Lil Bean Im a bean

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Her:(letters you don't have)
Me: i'm coming from denmark so i have it

Author — Occasio

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hi
in response to this video, i have 44 characters you don't have:
ฤๅ ฦๅ

and those are just consonants.... muwahahaha

Author — Linus Björk

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i don't swear to put people down, i do so to express myself. maybe not rude, it seems pretentious.

Author — Anjan Venkatesh

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No, assuming you are predisposed to putting people down.

Author — Anjan Venkatesh

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Would that disprove my point? Still sound the same as finnish Ä & Ö.

Author — SuomenPaska

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oh.. i didn't think about it that way haha.. but it's still hard as hell :(

Author — Caro

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compared to japanese and korean yeah i would say norwegian is easy xD

Author — defector antal

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is it? really >:l .. i can't understand anything :(

Author — Caro

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We get it. You know things about letters. Now calm the fuck down.

Author — Anjan Venkatesh

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There is a substantial difference. [ø] is fronted and rounded, while [ə] is simply mid-central.

Author — Ali

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u start the vidio with i would also
:P

Author — Arild Dalevold