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Hi! I've found this really useful site, you can look for the language/s you are learning and immerse yourself to the sound of that language. Which will (at least i believe) help you to your journey towards fluency. Listening and deciphering words are as important as speaking :)

http://www.surfmusic.de

Now, i'd like to ask this specific station i'll link down below if it's in bokmal or nynorsk and what geographical accent or location could it be. Thanks and happy learning.

http://radio.garden/live/oslo/radionova/

1 year ago

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Thank you for sharing!

The two people speaking right now have typical Oslo dialects, so a type of "østlandsdialekt".

Bokmål and Nynorsk are both written standards, not spoken dialects. When you pronounce Bokmål as it's written, you get what's referred to as "standard østnorsk".

God jul! :)

1 year ago
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