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What are some Norwegian sayings?

What are some Norwegian sayings?

Common Words and Greetings

English Word/Phrase Norwegian Word/Phrase
You’re welcome Vær så god
Please Vær så snill
Excuse me Unnskyld meg
Hello Hallo

What are some common phrases in Italy?

Basic Italian phrases

  • Yes – Si – See.
  • No – No – Noh.
  • Please – Per favore – Pehr fah-voh-reh.
  • Thank you – Grazie – Grah-tsee-eh.
  • You’re welcome – Prego – Preh-goh.
  • Cheers! ( To your health) – Salute! – Sah-loo-tay.
  • Excuse me (for attention) – Scusi – Skooh–zee.
  • Excuse me (to pass by) – Permesso – Pehr-mehs-soh.

What is the most beautiful Italian word?

15 Beautiful Italian Words We Need in English

  • Mamma mia.
  • Impiraressa.
  • Salve. From the Latin to ‘be well’.
  • Torno subito. Meaning ‘be back soon’.
  • Furbo. This means ‘clever’.
  • Auguri. Meaning ‘best wishes’.
  • Figurati. Meaning ‘imagine’.
  • Daje. Meaning ‘come on!

How do you swear in Norwegian?

Other common Norwegian swear words

  1. Jævlig, jævla, jævel. This little collection, like “faen”, has to do with the devil.
  2. Helvete. This word means “hell”.
  3. Satan.
  4. Fitte.
  5. Kuk.
  6. Ræva.
  7. Dritt.
  8. Drit og dra.

How do Norwegians greet each other?

Language Tip In formal situations, Norwegian people commonly greet each other by shaking hands. On the other hand, if we meet someone we are very friendly with and of the same gender, it’s common to give hugs.

What is a Norwegian greeting?

As a rule of thumb we can use God dagonly during the daytime—from morning until evening. During the evening we say God kveld! Kveld is Norwegian for “evening,” so God kveld means “good evening.” Finally, in the mornings we say God Morgen Which means “good morning.”