Dating phrases in norwegian
So for anyone embarking on the disconcerting experience of dating a Norwegian, here are The Local's top twelve tips. "Don't do it, that's your advice right there," said expat Marc-Antony Davies when asked for tips on dating Norwegians.
"Don't be too emotional, it didn't work for me," said Caroline Griffin.
I believe this is an easy excuse for people to keep strong feelings buried deep inside instead of trying to express them in any way. But actually kjære is also a word used for your dearest ones.
Why would I need to tell you I love you when I tapped you on the back, which should have been enough of a sign for you to be sure? Writing an email to your lawyer and starting with (words love and play together).
Apparently it depends where you live and your dialect. In French, people call each other mon amour, mon coeur, mon bébé (but you have to have a blue and pink unicorn tattoo and a flashy car with written Harry all over it to call each other bébé), mamour. Maybe not as seldom as Norwegians, but not everyday either. To conclude, Norwegian is not less or more the language of love than any other language.
For those from more outspoken, talkative cultures, Swedes may be a mystery. Make a move The first step of Swedish dating is don't be shy.
A collection of useful phrases in Finnish (suomi), a Finno-Ugric language spoken mainly in Finland by about 5 million people.
Jump to phrases See these phrases in any combination of two languages in the Phrase Finder.
When people tell me “I loooovve French, it’s such a romantic language” it is obvious these people didn’t understand that our conversation was just about going down to the shop to buy a broccoli and oignons.
I believe there is no such thing as one language being the language of love.