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Teach Yourself Complete Norwegian [With Paperback Book] (Teach Yourself Language Complete Courses) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Audiobook, 11. Februar 2011


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Margaretha Danbolt Simons is Norwegian, but has lived in England for many years. She has been teaching at the University of Surrey for the last ten years. Her course, Norwegian ab initio, is part of the MA/Diploma in Translation Studies.



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HASH(0x97f0cc30) von 5 Sternen Good, but..... 11. Oktober 2013
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As a person strays away from popular languages to study, ie French, German, Italian etc., good course choices become rather limited. From the reviews, I had high hopes for this course. Fortunately, it does fulfill a primary requirement, namely a clean and clear audio accompaniment to the text. I also like the grammar explanations. Most vocabulary is usually found within the chapter. The course is designed for people of all foreign language backgrounds. The course has many fine attributes.

Although I like this course, after a few lessons the dialog began to become a bit tedious. Dialog translation is intentionally not provided. Taking the time to decipher a dialog is believed to be be a learning tool. Teach Yourself likes to call it 'discovery'. It is supposed to 'promote language awareness by identifying patterns and grammar concepts'. My question is "Just how often do you want to consult the vocabulary list or look up a word which you might have forgotten"? I'm not lazy or unmotivated but this becomes a chore rather quickly. Learning the language becomes more like work with the motivation and fun factor flying right out the window. It reminds me of language study back in high school.

Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, omitting the dialog translation prevents practicing 'cross language translation' exercise. From my reading, many polyglots like Arguelles, Lampariello, Simcott, and Kaufmann all stress this technique when studying a foreign language. Without the dialog translation available, this isn't possible. It's a straight forward and uncomplicated technique but very helpful. Basically, one practices translating the sentences back and forth between the native and object languages. As a result of this omission, instead I am now using an Assimil book/CD course. (Although it is not available in English, it fortunately was available in German). For myself, Assimil, along with a decent grammar book, seems to be a more effective method for primary language exposure. At least, this has been my own experience. Professor Arguelles recommends using several courses, anyway. Afterwards,I plan to return to this course and go through the dialogs.

** Just a note...
Although the course is very different, to the author's credit, Speak Norwegian with Confidence does have the dialog translations. The course though, follows a much different format and has little didactic instruction like Complete Norwegian does.
HASH(0x98f06684) von 5 Sternen Easy to Understand & Useful 17. Dezember 2015
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I can already speak and read a little Norwegian, but I wanted more help with grammar and mechanics (after all, why bother just memorizing countless vocab words if you can't use them?)
I knew most of the material from the early chapters, but I still used it as a clear refresher.

What I enjoy the most is the grammar explanation. I've found some similar books to be heavy with jargon and more fit for a linguist, but this book is pretty clear and uses terms you probably learned during elementary grammar class.

Also a plus, the numerous chances to read passages in Norwegian and dialogues. Yes, the dialogues are a little stiff and simplistic, but you're starting at the bottom. There are also little vocabulary lists throughout and a big glossary and terms list in the back. I also really like the little parts where it includes certain phrases that don't exactly translate into English properly and explains them (i.e. et kart over).

The little exercises are useful for practicing written skills, but the little questions about the dialogues seem a bit pointless since it's not about understanding what's said, just what's written.

For anyone put a bit off that it's tourist-y, yes, it kind of it. But so are most teach yourself-style Norwegian books. Most people teaching themselves are doing it for travel or because they can't take a proper course. It's still plenty useful.

I haven't tried the CD's yet, and I don't know if I will. My computer doesn't have a disk drive but it's nice I have them.
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HASH(0x9ab8b5d0) von 5 Sternen Aimed at tourists 30. November 2011
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This course would be quite helpful for someone who was planning to visit Norway as a tourist; it talks a lot about traveling, making reservations, meeting people and the like.

I bought it for a short class in Conversational Norwegian. The pace of the class was too fast for me to process (5 weeks), and the topics of the lessons not very relevant to my interests (primarily family history), so I didn't learn much. Nevertheless, this has been helpful -- I can pronounce Norwegian much better now than before taking the class. The good thing is that I still have the CDs, so I can keep working on it outside of class.
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HASH(0x98f06654) von 5 Sternen Jeg snakker litt norsk na... 2. Februar 2013
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This is a good course. I used the older version of it from my local library and then decided to purchase it. It was a good decision and I don't think you will be disappointed to have this newer edition with a better layout. Best wishes in your learning.
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