Tre teknikker som løfter norsken din
This is the last episode of this season, and Camilla talks about what kind of listening techniques can help you reach your language goals.Published on Friday, June 05, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Hva må du huske på når du skal flørte med en nordmann?
Spring is in the air, and this week's episode is about flirting. This fundamental behaviour not only makes you feel good and improves your health, it also helps you further bond with the special person in your life. In this week's episode coach and headmaster of " Flørteskolen", Asbjørn Kjellsby talks about what to expect when flirting with a Norwegian. Learn flirting Scandinavian style!Published on Friday, May 22, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
All you need to know about applying for a job in Norway.
Saira Khursheed talks about what you need to think about when it comes to applying for a job in Norway. Saira has extensive experience guiding foreigners through the process of finding work in Norway, and this episode takes you through all the steps, from looking for work, writing an application and resume, and the much anticipated interview.Published on Monday, May 11, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Ingrid Kristiansen forteller om hvorfor trening gjør deg til en bedre student.
Former world record holder, Ingrid Kristiansen, perhaps one of Norway's most celebrated atheletes, shares some of her thoughts about exercise in the time of Corona, when you should exercise and the importance of having fun while exercising. As it turns out, exercise will not only make you feel good, but will improve your productivity and focus as well!Published on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Hvordan detaljfokus på modalverbene kan gjøre underverker for deg!
In this week's episode Camilla talks about modal verbs, and just how nuanced you can get with them. You might think you know what is needed to be known, but your host argues that the path to proficiency might just be paved with modality.Published on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Hvordan er det egentlig å kombinere det profesjonelle og det private i disse nye tider?
The Corona virus is a massive experiment in working from home as companies around the globe have rolled out mandatory remote work. We all sit in the available corners of our homes and squint at screens as we try our best to do all the work we normally do, via the web. And for the most it works. However, there are many juggles and struggles to be dealt with. Today's episode is about working from home in the time of Covid 19. Guests, Anita, Martine and Kristian share their perspectives.Published on Monday, March 30, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Hvordan fortsette å lære norsk i virustider?
In this week's episode Camilla talks about the importance of adding technology as a key ingredient to the language learning process, as traditional classroom learning is currently advised against. Fortunately there are many online alternatives that can add depth to your learning experience and cater to the current situation.Published on Sunday, March 15, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Learn more about the urban phenonemon of Kebabnorsk.
“Inappropriate” or “incorrect” usages of language are valuable “ signs of the time” that shape, develop and spice up the common vernacular. In today’s episode you are going to hear about one particular type of slang that is spoken in the urban parts of Norway. Today’s episode is about Kebabnorsk and my guest is Halim Zaghir who is, as he likes to call himself, a first generation “kebabnorsk” speaker.Published on Friday, February 28, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
How does music affect the brain and how can that benefit your language learning process?
Ever wondered which benefits you can reap from listening to Norwegian music? In this week's episode you get to hear from not only from neurologist and musician, Geir Olve Skeie, that has dedicated much of his professional life to understanding the effects of music on the brain, but also from Lisa Hartmark, one of Norway's foremost experts on the brain-friendly language learning method called Suggestopedia. They both talk in detail about how your brain appreciates and benefits from musicality in the language learning process.Published on Friday, February 14, 2020 by Camilla Cahill
Your main enemy is not your grammar or vocabulary problems. It’s not your fluency or pronunciation either. All these things are important and the examiner will mark you on them, but the biggest challenge you face is overcoming your nerves and chattering mind. In this week's episode Camilla and Helene talk about the Norwegian oral exam and key factors that can potentially bring you closer to successfully passing your B1/B2 oral exam.Published on Friday, January 31, 2020 by Camilla Cahill