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Arbeid med adjektiv. Tips til hvordan elevene kan variere og utvide bruken av adjektiv. Danish Language, Norwegian Words, School Subjects, Too Cool For School, Kids And Parenting, Kids Learning, Norway, Literacy, Homeschool

Arbeid med adjektiv. Tips til hvordan elevene kan variere og utvide bruken av adjektiv.

Norwegian words for items of clothing. Danish Language, Swedish Language, Turkish Language, Norway Language, Birthday Canvas, Norwegian Words, Learn Swedish, Norway Travel, Thinking Day

Homesick For A Place That Has Never Been My Home

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Fx: Hugo - skal hoppe - i sandkassen Danish Language, Writing Activities, Best Teacher, Kids Education, Kids And Parenting, Teaching Kids, Classroom, Adhd, Montessori

mandagsmoro

en inspirasjonsblogg om det å være lærer på 1.-7. trinn i osloskolen. mest om matematikk, vurdering og klasseledelse, og litt om alt annet.

Vegetables in Norwegian

Vegetables in Norwegian

Setningslære. Paraktivitet: Elevene pusler sammen setninger som må ha mening. School Classroom, Teaching English, Norway, Literacy, Language, Activities, Education, Learning, English Lessons

Setningslære. Paraktivitet: Elevene pusler sammen setninger som må ha mening.

Bild-Verb-im-Praesens alemão - Street German Grammar, German Words, German Language Learning, English Language Arts, Educational Websites For Kids, Deutsch Language, Learn German, Reading Passages, Teaching

DEUTSCHE GRAMMATIK – Wo steht das Verb? Niveau A1-A2.

Hallo meine lieben Schüler und Schülerinnen ;-) Si ya sabes expresarte en alemán un poco, notas que quieres hablar más y mejor. ¿A qué sí? Quieres hacerte entender, argumentar y defender tu opionió…

I, Polyglot: Counting by Twenty

Counting by Twenty

I recently reviewed how to count in Danish, and it uses a fairly unique system. In pretty much every language I've learned, multiples of ten are usually based on the other factor. That is, 2 times 10 is twenty, which is clearly based on the number "two." In Spanish, 4 x 10 is cuarenta, which is clearly based on the number "cuatro," and so on. Danish is unique in that numbers starting with fifty are based on multiples of 20, not 10. 20 tyve 50 halvtreds 60 tres 70 halvfjerds 80 firs 90…