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?

December 22, 2018


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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.

December 22, 2018

Ok, thanks

December 22, 2018

It seems this has not been mentioned yet: You can also use your page on (a site that is independent from Duolingo, created by a Duolingo user).

This is my page:

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.

December 26, 2018

Amazing! Wish something like it was implemented in the app. So much good information there other than just the words list.

January 8, 2019

Try this one:

Not from Duo itself, but it does the trick ...

December 24, 2018

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

December 31, 2018
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