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    MH Senpai 有名人 / Yuumeijin / Celebrity The Boff's Avatar
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    Re: Norwegian anyone?

    nu känns det meningslöst att starta en svensk språktråd, det är ju ungefär samma sak..

    but youre way better than me at describing how to pronounce things like å, ä, ö.
    keep it up!

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    Re: Norwegian anyone?

    Thanks. Swedish is inferior anyway. XP

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    Re: Norwegian anyone?

    LOL

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    Re: Norwegian anyone?

    Hehe, flott å kunne sjå ein norsk tråd her og
    Nynorsk FTW!

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    Re: Norwegian anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hermie
    Also, all of the spoken/written languages in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are so close that people from those countries can communicate without much problem.
    heh... Have you tried speaking to danish people? I sure hope it's easier for you guys in Norway to understand 'em, 'cause I sure can't.
    I spent a couple of days there and the only way I could find a shop was to use swedish, english and a great deal of "hand-using*" (God, that just sounds wrong).

    *EDIT. Hand gestures! (thx to Boffen )

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