Mysteriet om Nils. norsk med en spennende historie.

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$39.49

Vi er alle lei av lærebøker som begynner med Hei! Hva heter du?, ikke sant? Mysteriet om Nils er basert på en fortløpende historie. Du klarer kanskje ikke å legge den fra deg? Da må du nok lære norsk! Det er ikke nødvendig at du har jobbet med del 1 av historien siden introduksjonen forteller deg alt som har skjedd i den forrige boka.

Vi har sørget for at historien stort sett består av de mest brukte ordene i det norske språket. Andre tekster og tilleggsoppgaver omhandler konversasjonstemaer og forbereder deg til livet i Norge.

Du får kanskje hodepine av grammatikk? Ikke med Mysteriet om Nils. Oppdag strukturene i det norske språket med bilder, enkle og likevel omfattende forklaringer og mange eksempler som er lette å huske.

Repetisjon er særlig viktig når du lærer et språk. På skapago.eu/nils finner du lydklipp til historien, diverse øvelser, en glosetrener, uttalevideoer og mye mer – og det meste av dette er gratis.

Lærerne våre har vært med på å utforme denne boka. De kjenner til alle vanskeligheter du kan snuble over, og de kan støtte deg med individuell norskundervisning. Siden vi underviser gjennom videokonferanser over Internett, kan du delta fra hvor som helst i hele verden. Avtal en gratis prøvetime på skapago.eu.

Dette er historien: Erna Langvik har laget en personlig bursdagsgave til det åtte år gamle barnebarnet sitt, Susanne: en dukke som er inspirert av den mytiske figuren nisse i norsk folklore. Nils – som er dukkens navn – lever et lykkelig liv sammen med den nye familien sin i Oslo. Men etter hvert blir det klart at Nils betyr mye mer for Erna enn bare det å være en tilfeldig bursdagsgave som hun har laget. Uten at han vet det, bærer han med seg en smertelig hemmelighet, og i løpet av en eventyrlig tur til Nord-Norge hjelper han Erna med å ta én av de vanskeligste beslutningene i livet hennes.

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10 reviews for Mysteriet om Nils. norsk med en spennende historie.

  1. Chris C.

    Some Good… Some Not So GoodBe advised that I am not all the way through this book yet and I worked through the first Nils book twice.First the good: I like the story aspect. The grammar is explained very well (most books really stink in that regard unless they are outright grammar books). This book is well organized and well-thought-out with regards to sequence. It’s pleasant and covers a lot of the social aspects and everyday “life” in Norway as well. The book itself is quality and will not fall apart under typical heavy usage. There are also plenty of exercises–something else that other Norwegian language learning books tend to lack (at least most of them).And now the bad (IMO): unless you have a huge Norwegian vocabulary going into this book, plan on spending about 90% of your study time trying to figure words out via context in the sentences, looking them up in a dictionary, or typing them into translation software. It’s pretty brutal. I’m not going to slam this book in particular because it’s common in lots of language books. And I’m sorry, but having to look up words all time does NOT help; it simply wastes time. If you don’t know the word, you don’t know it. Please stop punishing learners; PROVIDE the text translations in case they are needed and provide word lists. This is one place where “interlinear” reader books have it all over other language books. Unfortunately, the interlinear method is not integrated into more comprehensive language learning books (with grammar, word lists, exercises, etc) as far as I know. Anyway, that is a huge time waster for me and my biggest gripe with this book. It’s not that I am opposed to a lot of new vocabulary being thrown at the learner, just please don’t waste his or her time by having to look it up in a dictionary all the time. Provide the translations, PLEASE.What tends to happen with me in this book is that I get the grammar right away–it’s never a problem–but there is certainly vocabulary overload. Obviously, knowing words is the most basic building block, but I find that the way it is handled in the Nils books (especially this second one) is just not a very efficient way of handling it, at least for me. Other than that, I think pretty much everything else about the book is top notch. I especially like that the author understands grammar is important and he doesn’t water it down or exclude it. It’s there, and you WILL learn it well if you work at it. The vocab…. ugh…. I guess having a photographic memory would REALLY help for this book.

  2. Louis-Dominique Dubeau

    A good but for self-study, unfortunately not complete.I bought this book to further my study of Bokmål. It is a good book for self-study. There is an answer key in the back of the book. Unfortunately, the authors designed some of the exercises in such a way that you need someone who already speaks Bokmål and is willing to correct your answers if you want to have these exercises corrected. For these exercises, either there are no answers at the end of the book, or the answers you find are just one possibility among many. I would have preferred a book designed with more self-sufficiency in mind.

  3. AumTatSat

    Veldig Bra!I’ve just start Mysteriet om Nils 2, it is a fun way to learn to read Norwegian. You can also take the online classes to get accustomed to understanding conversation. I lived in Norway over 30 years ago, so I remember the basics. If you are brand new to the language start with Book 1.

  4. Chris

    En veldig god bok!I’ve tried many, many different language-learning materials over the years, and this is one of the best. Free SoundCloud audio makes the learning experience even better. If you have some Norwegian under your belt already you can dive into this without having to read the first book because this book provides a synopsis of what happened in book one.

  5. Janacka

    Best Textbook of NorwegianThis is the best textbook of Norwegian accessible in the U.S. The charming story makes the learning more interesting, all new vocabulary definitions only in Norwegian help to learn twice as much vocabulary, and concise grammar explanations are easy to comprehend. The author’s website is a great learning tool as well.

  6. John M. Carringer

    Great next step past basic self-teaching booksI am only a little way into this course, but I can see that it is working well. It is the perfect follower for the more basic courses that I have.

  7. Jeger

    GoodGood

  8. EA McLean

    Great for seasoned learners of NorwegianGreat book. The lessons progress as you learn new words. It’s best to begin with The Story of Nils.

  9. Jack Tarr

    A good parallel study isA person should understand a little (very little) Norwegian bedore beginning, I think. A good parallel study is Babbel

  10. isabelle ismael lacerda

    It is a very good book I am a beginner but I feel the …It is a very good book I am a beginner but I feel the explanations are quite simple and clear.I am happy I bought it!Jeg er veldig glad, fantastisk bok.

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