Why isn't there a word list for Norwegian?
I've noticed that for both Danish and Norwegian that there is not a word list, it seems that the Scandinavian languages do not have this feature. Does anyone know why this is?
if i’m correct in thinking of what you’re referring to, i believe only spanish, french and german have official word lists. all of the other languages don’t have lists.
It seems this has not been mentioned yet: You can also use your page on duome.eu (a site that is independent from Duolingo, created by a Duolingo user).
This is my page: https://duome.eu/Heike333145/progress
If you replace my username by your own while the language Norwegian is active on Duolingo, you will be able to see a "Words" tab for you. Duome always displays the details for the language that is currently active on Duolingo.
I have never used the "Words" feature in any of my languages because - in the context of Duolingo - I don't think in terms of individual words, but rather phrases. So I'm not really familiar with it. I just saw it the other day.
Amazing! Wish something like it was implemented in the app. So much good information there other than just the words list.
Try this one:
Not from Duo itself, but it does the trick ...
If you log into duolingo schools and set yourself up as a teacher, you can view the curriculum for the norwegian course and it will show you all the words in a list for each skill