Cities & Traffic in Norwegian

Cities & Traffic in Norwegian 2017-11-27T08:17:09+00:00

This vocabulary lesson will teach you the Norwegian words for buildings, monuments, streets and vehicles, as well as talking about different modes of public transportation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Norwegian“.

Cities & Traffic in Norwegian

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Shops, Buildings and Institutions

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
shop
butikk
department store
kjøpesenter
kiosk
kiosk
bakery
bakeri
confectionery
kondetori
butcher’s
slakteren
market
marked
library
bibliotek
church
kirke
cinema
kino
theater
teater
hotel
hotell
bank
bank
school
skole
university
universitet
kindergarten
barnehage
chemist’s / drugstore
farmasøyt
apotek

hospital
sykehus

Cities and Places

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
town / city
by
house
hus
building
bygning
street / road
gate
avenue
allè
bridge
bro
center/city center
senter
crossing
kryss
square
torg
park
park
landmark / sight
landemerke
monument
monument

Traffic, Vehicles and Transportation

EnglishNorwegianPronunciation
(Audio)
vehicle
kjøretøy
car
bil
train
tog
bus
buss
tram
trikk
metro
undergrunn
bicycle
sykkel
motorbike
motorsykkel
taxi
taxi
airplane
fly
ship
skip
(train) station
togstasjon
main station
sentralstasjonen
stop
stopp
station / stop
stasjon
parking area
parkeringsplass
petrol station
bensinstasjon
(to) go by car
(å) køyre bil
(to) go by motorbike
(å) køyre motorsykkel
(to) go by bike
(å) sykle
(to) go by bus
(å) sitte på med bussen
(to) go by metro
(å) bruke undergrunnen

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