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NORWEGIAN DISCUSSION // Norskdrøfting

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Re: NORWEGIAN DISCUSSION // Norskdrøfting

Postby TeneReef » 2014-11-05, 6:24

The plural verb form was not even included in Nynorsk which means it had already been obsolete by the time Aasen studied the dialects.
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Re: NORWEGIAN DISCUSSION // Norskdrøfting

Postby Palabriscious » 2014-11-07, 19:10



Thanks for the link! I found especially this paragraph very interesting:

Flertallsbøyning av verb er også noe brukt i norske dialekter i dag, for eksempel i Hallingdal: «ho er – me era»


So on the one hand plural forms of verbs died already a long time ago, on the other hand they are still preserved in some dialects. :)
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Re: NORWEGIAN DISCUSSION // Norskdrøfting

Postby EinarJ » 2014-11-08, 18:57

Well, given the variety in the dialects, stuff like that isn't uncommon. For instance dative is dead in written language, and has been that way for quite a while, but certain dialects still retain that too (including mine if I spoke it consistently).

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Postby TeneReef » 2014-11-08, 23:37

EinarJ wrote:Well, given the variety in the dialects, stuff like that isn't uncommon. For instance dative is dead in written language


except in some expressions :wink:


å gå i svevne / ho døyde i svevne.

at times, other cases are kept, like old genitive: å koma til botnar
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Re: NORWEGIAN DISCUSSION // Norskdrøfting

Postby EinarJ » 2014-11-08, 23:43

Well, those are mostly frozen grammar constructs if I'm not mistaken, just like how "Folkens" is a frozen ablative-form. But yes, you are right, dead grammar remains intact in fixed terms for quite some time. (The same holds true for english too, the affirmative forms of yes/no "yay" and "nay" survive in certain contexts for instance)

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SV: God St. Patricks dag alle sammen!

Postby Raufoss » 2015-03-17, 0:10

Raufoss wrote:
Rounin wrote:
Raufoss wrote:Hva heter"St. Patrick's Day" i norge?

Er det bare "St. Patrick's dag"kanskje?

Jeg vil gjerne skrive på norsk "I will wear my green University of Oslo International Summer School t-shirt on St. Patrick's Day."

Bare "St. Patrick's Day", egentlig.

Raufoss wrote:Her er mitt forsøk:

Jeg skal "wear" (å bære?) min grøn Universitetet i Oslo internasjonal sommerskole t-skjorte på St. Patrick's dag.

Jeg ville nok si "Jeg skal ha på meg den grønne "Universitetet i Oslo internasjonal sommerskole"-T-skjorten min på St. Patrick's Day."

Men "min grønne "Universitetet i Oslo internasjonal sommerskole"-T-skjorte" og "St. Patrick's dag" er også helt OK.

Tusen takk for hjelpen Rounin! :y:

Det var snilt av deg. :)

Her er lenken til opplysninger om Patrick av Irland funnet jeg i går:[/b]

http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_av_Irland

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Re: NORWEGIAN DISCUSSION // Norskdrøfting

Postby Lauren » 2015-03-20, 19:22

So, I watched Trollhunter (Trolljegeren) yesterday. It was kind of amazing and I loved it and want to watch it again. But one of the actors had a weird accent that I want to try and get identified. It sounded like he had the "guttural" R /ʁ/ and he kept saying "ikke" like it was Faroese, /ɪt͡ʃə/. I've never heard that before. :o Can anyone identify that dialect/accent?
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