Norwegian

Five Good Reasons to Choose Norwegian

Norway is a Scandinavian country encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. Oslo, the capital, is a city of green spaces and museums.  

Norwegian is a Germanic language, and like most Western European languages has the advantage of common vocabulary and recognition. It also has easy grammar rules. 

Norwegian verbs have some of the easiest conjugation you can find in Europe. Present tense is made by adding an -r to the verb, regardless of who's doing it. Now that is easy for an English speaker, so much so that it almost feels like you're cheating somehow when learning verbs. 

Norwegian has two genders, 'common' and 'neuter'. Male and female are grouped under the 'common' gender, and it's not really necessary to learn anything but the two (common and neuter), and most of them are of the common gender, meaning the student only has to keep an eye out for a few neuter gender words.

Norwegian word order is different from other Germanic languages, and much closer to English. Norwegian plurals are very regular. Add an -r to the end if it ends in a vowel, add an -er if it ends in a consonant. 

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