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     Hello! I'm Tay. I would make a introduction in the proper forum area but I don't feel ready for that. Heard of this site from a friend as a suggestion as a place to find friends that might could help me further my learning of Norwegian. I was too anxious to throw myself out there and it's been awhile since I practiced but I thought better late than never.

I consider myself to speak an elementary level of the language, but I would appreciate interaction to kinda warm me up and feel more welcome to speak it more as I have issues socially with the worry of saying something wrong and embarrassing myself, though I hear Norway is rather accepting and appreciate someone making the attempt to speak properly. I hope that's true.  [smile] Any suggestions are appreciated.

I live in the eastern US if it matters for timezone reasons, and I'm aware of the time difference and keep track of it. I figured here would be better than just "any ol site" as I'd meet people with similar interests on the way. So anyway! Nice to see this place and hope this is an okay post to make. Thanks for reading c:
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Welcome to the site, Tay! It's not as active as it used to be, but it's always nice to have another member here.

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My recomendation is to join our Discord server:
https://www.norwegianpaws.org/forum/index.php?topic=5808.0

The .gg link at the bottom is the invite link.

Then it should be easy to ask questions and get quick answers, can even call ppl over to the voice channel or make your own chat group. GL

Last but not least.. Welcome here ^^3
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Thank you both! It is appreciated. c:

I'll check out that Discord server

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  Hei. Jeg heter Tay. Jeg ville ha laget en introduksjon i det rette forum-omerådet, men jeg føler meg ikke klar for det. Hørte om denne siden fra en venn som et forslag på et sted for å finne venner som kanskje kan hjelpe meg å lære Norsk. Jeg var for redd til å kaste meg selv ut i det, og det har vært en stund siden jeg øvde, men bedre sent enn aldri.


Jeg betrakter megselv for å snakke et grunnleggende nivå av språket, men jeg hadde satt stor pris på samhandling (not a word used much in Norwegian) for å lizm varme meg opp og føle meg mer velkommen til å snakke det mer siden jeg har problemer sossialt med bekymringer av å si noe feil, og å drite meg ut, selvom jeg hører Norge er temmelig tollerange og setter pris på noen som prøver å snakke riktig. Jeg håper det er sant. [smile] Noen forslag blir satt pris på (Norwegian lack of words can be so funny).

The last part is easy. Well, in Norway we are very used to forigners, and I don't think our language have many "traps" where you could offend someone, but the grammar can be quite hard for some, but if you use your native grammar, most Norwegians will understand you quite well. There has even been a special dialekt that have become more and more common, where the grammar rules don't matter much, called kebabb-norsk.

Don't worry, you can start using the words you know, aks peebs to talk slowly and make them explain everything all the time if you feel they have the patience. Almost everyone below the age of 45 speaks English, and when you know Norwegian you can talk to Swedish people, and read what Danish people write. Don't worry about dialekts, we can't understand what they say neither, just nod and smile.

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