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Han har vunnet en bil. Hvem har sagt det? Jeg har nettopp snakket med Else. Have you heard about Atle? No. What about him? He has won a car. Who says? ) I have just spoken to Else. Language points The five groups of verbs Norwegian verbs can be divided into five groups, of which four are fairly similar in conjugation, while the last group consists of irregular verbs. Below you will see an example from each of the groups. Group 1: Group 2: Group 3: Group 4: Group 5: kaste lese prøve bo gå throw read try live walk The stem of the verb By removing the -e from the infinitive (when appropriate) you get a basic core of the verb, a form of the verb which is called the stem, on to which certain endings are added: Infinitive (å) kaste (å) gå throw walk Stem kast gå 40 The past participle Past participle: Susan has just called.

Vocabulary skilt små (pl) overleve (-de, -d) komme (kom, kommet) på besøk divorced small survive visit håpløs bli (ble, blitt) sur likne (-et, -et) rengjøring (en) hopeless sulk to be like cleaning Language points The genitive The genitive form: The children’s rooms. To construct the genitive, Norwegian just adds an -s to any noun in any form: Marits rom barnas rom Anders’ rom Marit’s room the children’s rooms Anders’ room Note 1: an apostrophe is used with the genitive only when the noun or name ends in an s-sound: Anders’ rom.

Have you seen my cheque book? Preceding the noun: Mitt sjekkhefte ligger her. My cheque book is here. The first construction is most often used in speech. Note that the noun must be in the definite form. The latter construction is more formal and used mostly in writing. It is also used when the possessive adjective is stressed: Mitt sjekkhefte ligger her. My cheque book is here. ) The noun here must be in the indefinite form. Note 2: min, din and vår inflect according to the noun they are attached to or refer to.

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