44 days left until I leave Japan for Norway!
All my friends are very nice so they text me and luckily I can get to see them in Tokyo! 🙂 I am very excited to hang out in the big city again.
My boss never tells me when exactly I can quit in August so I’ll make plans after he does. It should be complicated to go through a process of resigning… 😦
Want to Study Norwegian for Free?
So today, I’d like to talk about how I study Norwegian with no textbooks. You don’t need to buy anything but please have your phone, computer or tablet, like these! Anything likely accesses to the website. (Now you are looking at this blog so DAIJOUBU) 😉
I have looked for ways to study Norwegian starting with 0 knowledge and experience. I was confused because there are FEW Norwegian textbooks and dictionary even in my international university. So I purchased an expensive dictionary via England at Amazon but I would say it doesn’t help at all.
※Surely this one is that I purchased. I do not recommend this.
Access to Norwegian Website by NTNU Students
I want u to jump to NoW Guide Page by NTNU firstly.
Then you will see this page.
You may start with Information or quickly jump to Chapter 1.
Let’s see how Chapter 1 looks like…
When you click “Chapter 1” button, you can check what you are going to learn at the chapter.
Next, you would click “Ken” button at the upper left.
You see Ken’s face as shown to the right on the screen.
I guess he is actually editing this page.
Each page has a voice recording so that you can check the pronunciation.
Here I am going to show you how I study with this website!
(This is just an example. You have your style to study a new language!)
Write down all the sentences on notebook
Check the vocabulary that you don’t know
Study what it is focused on each episode.
Chapter1 Ken’s is focused to learn numbers. So I wrote down numbers in Norwegian and memorized them.
Yes, of course you can listen to the voice recording of numbers 🙂
This is how I study Norwegian.
One of the campuses of NTNU is located in Trondheim which I have visited and is popular for international students since there are a lot of international courses.
The school looked very huge and very chill place to study at.
If you are considering studying abroad, this school might attract you? 🙂
That’s all for today!
I hope you enjoyed this post 😉
Mataneeeee ( *´꒳`*)ノ