Nytt på Norsk (have I got that right, Nordmenn?)

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Re: Nytt på Norsk (have I got that right, Nordmenn?)

Postby jeff_lindqvist » Mon Nov 23, 2020 4:41 pm

Alright! I also thought of something like "News in Norwegian". The Swedish counterpart "Nytt på svenska" is something that could be used in book stores, libraries, record stores - as a part of the collection.

-Har ni något nytt på svenska?
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Re: Nytt på Norsk (have I got that right, Nordmenn?)

Postby tractor » Tue Nov 24, 2020 10:41 pm

Mista wrote:I agree with Ogrim. I'm considering if it would be possible to say "Ny i norsk", but since I need to consider it, maybe that's a bad sign :lol:

I'm considering it too, and I agree, that's a bad sign. It doesn't feel right, but maybe it would work in certain contexts.
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Re: Nytt på Norsk (have I got that right, Nordmenn?)

Postby tractor » Tue Nov 24, 2020 10:42 pm

jeff_lindqvist wrote:Alright! I also thought of something like "News in Norwegian". The Swedish counterpart "Nytt på svenska" is something that could be used in book stores, libraries, record stores - as a part of the collection.

-Har ni något nytt på svenska?

It could be used like that in Norwegian too.
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