Ørjan Larsen - About me

About me

 

Hobbies

Hobby is a good thing a person gets from childhood. It can be developed at any age however best to get from childhood. We all do some kind of work according to our interest which can give us happiness and joy that is called hobby. Some people get different hobbies according to their interest, likes and dislikes. There are many type of hobbies we can develop such as dancing, singing, drawing, playing indoor or outdoor game, bird watching, collecting antiques, photography, writing, eating, reading, sports, playing, gardening, music, watching TV, cooking, talking, and so many. Our hobbies help us in earning live hood and make a successful career. Hobby is something we can fully enjoy in our leisure or free time.

My favourite is cooking, listening music and playing football however I always prefer gardening. Gardening is like meditation to me which improves my work efficiency, interest and ability. It gives me high level of peace and makes my whole day useful. Every early morning I enjoy my blooming garden, growing plants slowly on daily basis. I also enjoy sun rise and sun set daily in my garden. I generally like to do my school home work in my evergreen garden. I play badminton with my father daily in the evening in my garden and enjoy evening walk with my mom. I daily watch new plants development and do watering plant. I also try planting new and decorative plants to my garden in order to enhance its look and beauty.

From my childhood I work daily in my garden for one hour to keep it well maintained. I have made there a nice and attractive green carpet using velvet grass. I have prepared beautiful flowerbeds in every corner of the garden and planted colourful roses, lilies, mogra, sunflowers, and other seasonal flowers. At Christmas, I decorate a big Christmas tree in the mid of my garden and enjoy Christmas celebration with my parents and friends.

 

language courses

Furthermore I'm offering norwegian language courses in whole Europe. I want to continue my favourite teaching lessons till the end of my life. They would keep me busy, happy and away from all tensions of the daily life. My parents always promote me to continue my all hobbies. They become so happy when I take my problems in easy way and try to solve them without getting anger and tension. My mom says that preserving the norwegian language is a good hobby, because for Norwegian culture and tradition is a very importnat thing; it blesses us because we give life to someone high educating content.

In Norway we have three official written languages and a myriad of spoken dialects. Sounds complicated? Don't worry, the reality is much easier, and it's not considered to be more difficult to learn Norwegian than any other European language. And if you know the words "ski" and "fjord" you already have a head start.

We have two official written Norwegian languages, Bokmål and Nynorsk. In addition the indigenous Sámi people have their own official written language. The majority of the people in Norway are using Bokmål. But in areas in the Northwestern part of Norway and in the very south, Nynorsk is widely used. However, it should be noted that Bokmål and Nynorsk are not classified as two different languages where you have to learn the other as a foreign language. In short one could say that they are more two different written norms. Thus, text written in Bokmål is perfectly understandable for a person using Nynorsk, and vice versa.

Very few Norwegians, if anybody, speak the way a text is written, whether it's in Bokmål or Nynorsk. Instead we make use of our local dialects. For Norwegians the dialect makes up an important part of their identity, and by listening to a person's dialect we can in most cases determine with good accuracy from which part of the country he or she is from. Beginners to the Norwegian language might find some dialects hard to understand, but Norwegians are understanding and speak closer to the written language if they notice you don't understand them.

The vast majority of Norwegians speak English in addition to Norwegian – and generally on a very high level. Many university degree programmes and courses are taught in English

 

visit at the society for speech communication in Oslo

visit at the society for speech communication in Oslo

 

I am very glad to announce you that i received a prize from the society for speech communication for giving some language courses. If you are interested in detail what i think about it, you can watch my 24h livestream where im giving some interesting details:

 

 

 

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