• Talking about your family, stating your age, making plans and meeting up with someone, the days of the week

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    Vi har ei datter og en sønn. Part 1

    We have a daughter and a son.

    Here you'll learn:
    1. words to describe your family
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    Vi har ei datter og en sønn. Part 2

    We have a daughter and a son.

    Here you'll learn:
    1. a few irregular plural forms
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    Vi har ei datter og en sønn. Review

    We have a daughter and a son.

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. the irregular plural
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    Kjæresten din er veldig hyggelig. Part 1

    Your girlfriend is very nice.

    Here you'll learn:
    1. to talk about your "kjæreste"
    2. possessive pronouns
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    Kjæresten din er veldig hyggelig. Part 2

    Your girlfriend is very nice.

    Here you'll learn:
    1. talking about age
    2. asking and talking about kids and family
    3. more about possessive pronouns and their position in a sentence
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    Kjæresten din er veldig hyggelig. Review

    Your girlfriend is very nice.

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. possessive pronouns
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    Har du tid i morgen? Part 1

    Do you have time tomorrow?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. the days of the week
    2. the use of the words "om" and "på" in statements of time
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    Har du tid i morgen? Part 2

    Do you have time tomorrow?

    Here you'll learn:
    1. some more expressions to talk about time
    2. to make a date or an appointment
    3. how to express the future tense
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    Har du tid i morgen? Review

    Do you have time tomorrow?

    Here you'll review:
    1. the vocabulary from the last two lessons
    2. "om" and "på"
    3. the future
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    The pronunciation of "tj, kj" and "sj, skj"

    Here you'll learn:
    1. more about the pronunciation of "ch"- and "sch"- sounds
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