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AJANTA NORWEGIAN

IN TWO MONTHS

With a New System of Simplified Phonetic


Pronunciation in Roman and Devanagari Script
by
Dinesh Chander Kapoor
Postgraduate Diploma in Library Science
M.A. (Eco.). Honours (Eco.)
Proficiency in Applied Economic Statistics
& Advanced Economic Statistics
Certificate (French & German)

Member of the Indian Association of Teachers of German &


Association of Indian Teachers of French which are affiliated to the
International Association of Teachers of German & Fédération
Internationale des Professeurs de Français-Member of the
Association of French Canadian Studies & Comparative Literature
&
Author of 29 Books of Foreign Languages
Director :
AJANTA SCHOOL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
AMRITSAR
Ajanta School of Foreign Languages, Amritsar and the Foreign
Language Books published by this institution are registered under the
National Agency for ISBN, Ministry of Human Resource
Development, New Delhi. National Agency for ISBN is operating in
India in Coordination with the International ISBN Agency, Berlin.
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CHAPTER 1 ( 1)
THE NORWEGIAN ALPHABET

1. Norwegian letters
Capital Small Pronunciation
letters letters

A a
B b
C c
D d
E e
F f
G g
H h
I i
J j
K k
L l
M m
N n
O o
verst worst (
10. s so s Examples :
saft juice (
sak cause (
sal hall (
seks six (
saus sauce (
sau sheep (
11. sj, skj, sk when followed by i, y or ø or øy, like sh in shut.
Examples :
sjikane harassment (
sjiraff giraffe (
skjørt skirt (
sky cloud (
ski ski (
N.B. : In the combination sl at the beginning of a word, s becomes sh
Examples :
slank slim (
slik such (

Mute Consonants
1. adjectives adverbs -ig -lig ending g mute
ærlig honest
hurtig quick
stadig constantly
ivrig anxious
2. In the groups rd, rl, rn and rt, the r tends not to be

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en buss a bus et institutt an institute
ehn bewss eht in-sti-tewtt

en bunt a bundle et intervall an interval


ehn bewnt eht in-terr-vahl

en dame a lady et intervju an interview


ehn daa-mer eht in-terr-vyew

en datter a daughter et kateter a desk


ehn daht-terr eht kah-tay-terr

en diktator a dictator et kilo a kilogram


ehn dik-taa-toor eht khee-loo

en dikter a poet et kjøkken a kitchen


ehn dik-terr eht khurk-kern

en diplomat a diplomat et kjøleskap a fridge


ehn dip-loo-maat eht khur-ler-skaap
love past tense lovte past
participle lovt
With diphthongs : bøye -bend, eie -own, greie
-manage, leie -rent, pleie -be in the habit of
Class IV -dde class class verbs
infinitive stressed vowel
Infinitive Present Past Perfect tenses
vri jeg vrir jeg vridde jeg har (hadde) vridd

twist I twist I twisted I have (had)


twisted
Examples of words with one syllable of Class IV
gro grow
spå prophesy, predict
skje happen
snu turn
tro believe
ro row
Examples of words with two syllables of Class IV
bero på depend on
bety mean (signify)
Some more examples of class IV
Infinitive Past Perfect tenses
1. kle kledde kledd
dress dressed dressed
XI. Yrker (Professions)

Norwegian English
ingeniør engineer

lege doctor

tannlege dentist

sykepleierske nurse

skredder tailor

maler painter

sakfører lawyer

lærer teacher (male)

lærerinne teacher (female)

skomaker cobbler

tolk interpreter
NORSK-ENGELSK-HINDI
ORDBOK

NORWEGIAN-ENGLISH-HINDI
DICTIONARY
skikk c. custom
skip nt. ship
skjebne c. destiny
skjegg nt. beard
skjema nt. scheme
skjule v. hide
skjønn adj. lovely
sko c. shoe
skredder c. tailor
skriver c. clerk
sky c. cloud; adj. shy
sladder adj. gossip
slem adj. naughty
smil nt. smile
snekker c. carpenter
soldat c. soldier
sorg c. sorrow
speil nt. mirror
spå v. predict
stige c. ladder
støv nt. dust
syklist c. cyclist
såpe c. soap
sår nt. wound

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øvelse c. exercise
øvre adj. upper
N.B. : ø is pronounced like but with the lips rounded.
Å
åk nt. yoke
åker c. field
ånd c. ghost
åndelig adj. spiritual
år nt. year
årbok c. annual
årsak c. reason
årsdag c. anniversary
årstid c. season
åtti eighty