I am twenty-five years old. I come from Kosovo, and I have lived in Norway for five years. In Oslo, Norway, I have studied the Norwegian language and grammar, and History as a BA program. I now live in Helsinki, Finland.
I have experience in teaching because I have worked in kindergartens and high school while I lived in Norway.
I am a calm and responsible person, I can work both individually and with a team. I am flexible and I have a lot of patience, which is definitely needed when it comes to teaching.
Learning a language is always easy if there is a will. You can learn Norwegian through books, movies, or music. But if you want to speak the language then you will have to learn it with a Norwegian-speaking person (best is if it is a teacher). Keep in contact with Norwegian-speaking people, especially the ones you are learning the language from. Be confident and use the language whenever given the chance.
Norwegian is not a difficult language to learn. It is rather beautiful and has easy grammar rules. It may take a few months to learn Norwegian, maybe even a year if you are not following intensive courses, or learning sites. Anyhow, if you know a little Swedish, you will learn it very fast and will be able to speak in Language Cafes, restaurants, shops, or even write texts in Norwegian.
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