You can also have lessons online.
We’ll match you with a teacher that shares your interests and is an expert in what you want to learn.
You set your goals and your teacher helps you reach. No more boring lessons thanks to personalised teaching.
We think convenience is key, so you can meet your teacher where and whenever it suits you.
Norwegian, or norsk, belongs in the same language family – West Germanic – with Swedish and Danish. The three languages are so closely related that their speakers are able to naturally understand each other.
There are two official forms of written Norwegian – Norwegian Bokmål and Norwegian Nynorsk.
Both versions have a great variety of optional forms. Broadly speaking, Bokmål is a Norwegianised version of Danish, while Nynorsk is based on local dialects and acts in opposition to Danish.
Additionally, two unofficial forms also exist – Riksmål, which is quite similar to Bokmål but with even more of a Danish influence, and Høgnorsk, a purist version of Nynorsk with limited use.
It will take you just 10 minutes to give us all the information we need, then you’ll be talking to your new teacher within 24 hours.