1 Extras LearnNoW
|- Hei, hei, hei, jeg heter Alfred.
- Hei, hei, hei, hva heter du?
|- Morn, morn, morn, jeg heter Petter.
- Morn, morn, morn, hva heter du?
(Repeated for all the names in the group.)
Morn is short for god morgen, which means good morning.
There are several words that can be used when you are greeting another person:
|Hei is informal and quite common. In general, one is using hei in face to face communication with friends, but also the first time you meet a stranger.|
|Hallo is informal and rather common as well. In general, one is using hallo when talking on the telephone, but also in face to face communication.|
|God dag (literaly, good day) is a bit more formal, most used by adults when greeting strangers and less acquainted people.|
In Norwegian, the tense of the verbs can in general be identified by checking a verb's ending. Most verbs have -r endings in present tense.
There are four different verbs in Chapter 1:
- Jeg heter Axel.
- Hyggelig å hilse på deg.
- Jeg er norsk.
- Hvor kommer du fra?
Can you identify the verbs in present tense?