New week - new ABC challenge:
The original ABC challenge derived from Denise Nesbitt from Yorkshire in England and Petunia brought the challenge to Norway; but since my Blog is written in a kind of English, I've given me a doubble challeng: The objects must begin with the same letter or sound in both Norwegian and English. How about that?
This weeks challenging is the letter F.
Did you know this about the letter F:
F is the numerical equivalent of 6 and represents love. It is warm-hearted, compassionate, and has the ability to make others feel at ease. When it is the first consonant in a name it carries the vibration of a mother hen type of individual. Negatively, F can carry a sense of melancholy
There are two things my foreign readers may connect with Norway, beginning with F.
GeirangerFjord captured from just North of Hellesylt, Norway. Geiranger is one of the most frequented spots for Cruiseships in the World, due to the Unique Nature.
Fiord or Fjord as we write it in Norwegian and also in English.
Aha, you are revealed: You know some Norwegian words. The second in this series. Right? Yes, yeah, ja?
Here I am with a former collegue around Midnight in the Northern Norway. Cod and Pollock.
And Fish or Fisk as we say in Norway.
The Fishing industry is very important in Norway. In fact, Norway is the second largest exporter of Fish world wide. It's a fact.
Have you remarked how alike both Fiord and Fish is written in English and Norwegian. "Fjord" and "Fisk" What came first?
This is in fact the 3rd word in Norwegian you have learned through this ABC-series.
Amazing? But you have learned one more in this post; Ja?
Even if you do not understand Norwegain, go visit Petunia's blog, enjoy her excellent photos, and also find out other F-solutions. It's worth some minutes to learn to know what bloggers outside the English Spoken Sphere publish with photos. You might be very positively surprised of the Quality.
Have a wonderful Easter weekend. (maybe we see each other again on Saturdays PhotoHunt: triangle)
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