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Yet another reminder about Norwegian Immersion

Norwegian Immersion is somewhat similar to the Schroedinger's cat - it exists and exists not at the same time :)

But the order arises from chaos, and you can see the map of this wonderful world with islands of topics and continents of categories rrrrright here:

Norwegian Immersion: list of articles (no->en)

Dive in! We have over 200 articles, and right now there is a huge huge huge update - over 30 articles for all of the featured categories - from Norway's history to the physiology of sleep to the origin of Odin to gaming reviews to cacao-sniffing to cave paintings in Indonesia to to to... i am pretty sure that everyone will be able to find something to his or her liking - and if it's missing, you can always upload something of your own!

Please join us - everyone is welcome! Immersion is sheer fun: it allows you to challenge your language skills with everyday Norwegian, expands your knowledge and allows to level.

So feel free to translate, edit and upload new materials, immerse yourself in the language in the company of fellow Norwegian enthusiasts. And don't worry if you are just a beginner or don't feel confident in your Norwegian skills - we all were one day. Early Immersion will remind you why you decided to learn the language and boost it in more ways than you can imagine. And if you are a seasoned seafarer in the waters of this amazing language and culture, you can polish your skills and get a warm fuzzy feeling on completion.

In short - and I am not bothered about repeating myself - everyone is welcome!

Just click here.

July 31, 2016



Thanks. Grab a lingot !

August 1, 2016


Sweet! I love playing around in the non-supported Immersion articles!

August 1, 2016


Right now I am marking all untranslated or partially translated articles too - so tehre is still a lot of work, even though there are many of them that are finished too :)

August 1, 2016
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