B1.1 Norwegian classroom course

In the first module of the B1 intermediate Norwegian course, students will be able to consolidate everything they have learnt so far into more complex conversations and interactions in social and private contexts. In this Norwegian language course students can expect to learn how:

  • To talk about themselves and their background;
  • To discuss dreams and plans for the future;
  • To discuss about life at work, new job opportunities and possibilities to open their own business;
  • To talk about moving to a new place and learning a new language;
  • To discuss about immigration and emigration;
  • To discuss about school system in Norway, learning opportunities for adults and different career paths;
  • To discuss about democracy and Norwegian citizenship.
Grammar and vocabulary will also be a focus and students will have opportunity to learn and practice about verbs in the past, present and future; sentence structure and review all the grammar learnt on previous modules.

About your Norwegian course with Inlearn

This course is the first module of the B1 course. To complete the full B1, you need to attend the course for 64 lesson hours, with a total of 32 meetings of 1h30. You can read more about the full level B1 course here.

Each university has different requirements in terms of level of Norwegian, some universities require B1 while others require B2. You need to check with your university what applies on your course.

This course is the very first module of the B1 level, so it does not grant a certificate that you have completed the full B1 level. You can read more about the full level B1 course here.

If you would like to learn exactly what you will learn in your Norwegian language course, you can contact us and ask to see the curriculum.

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