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    Due to various personal and professional reasons, I decided to learn Norwegian. While researching the topic online, I've found that some people say it's one of the easiest languages for an English-speaker to learn, while others say it's not so easy.

    Assuming a relative commitment and immersion, how easy/difficult is it going to be and does anyone have any experience with it?

    Thank you
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    Not sure why anyone would say it's easy, it isn't, no language is. I think you should look into the Norwenglish channel on youtube and facebook, lot of useful information on there. I believe the guy who started it got to fluency after about 4 years. How are you planning on learning?
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    Not sure why anyone would say it's easy, it isn't, no language is. I think you should look into the Norwenglish channel on youtube and facebook, lot of useful information on there. I believe the guy who started it got to fluency after about 4 years. How are you planning on learning?
    I actually started using Duolingo on the day you recommended it and it's been going great so far. I plan on using it for as long as I can - that is, until I reach lower or middle intermediate level of proficiency (B1 or B2) and then I'll move on to TV shows, movies, books, articles and other such sources.
 
 
 
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