I can answer questions about Norway or the Norwegian language. I can also answer questions about American Sign Language and Deaf culture as a whole. I can provide translation help between Norwegian and English as long as the text is limited in length.
Norwegian: I am married to a Norwegian man and spend my summers in Norway immersed in Norwegian culture and language. American Sign Language: I am a sign language interpreter which has required many years of classes learning the language, learning about the culture of the Deaf world, and interacting with the Deaf community.
Norwegian: Norwegian language classes at the University of Oslo; self-guided learning through textbooks and tutoring from family and friends. American Sign Language: more than three years of Sign Language and Interpreting studies at the college level in Missouri as well as real-world interpreting experience.
American Sign Language: Alexander Graham Bell was a pretty bad guy, and NOT a friend to the Deaf community. Even today, if you mention his name to a Deaf person they are likely to show a negative reaction!
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Bobby, Congrats on finding a career that excites you and that you are looking forward to! 1) I've read that ASL interpreters/signers are projected to experience the BIGGEST employment growth spurt
Sorry this has been so long ... One audio downloadable program available for learning Norwegian is Pimsleur. I really like it's method and it gives a lot of good instruction for a beginning learner
Matt, That is really a tough question that truly, only you can answer! You ask what are the applications of Norwegian. I assume you mean, will it be useful? In a "I'm going to make money from
I don't know a thing about Old Norse, Welsh or anything beyond Norwegian and English. However, I do have a friend that has studied a lot of those sorts of things at a Ph.D level. I have sent her an email
Hi Liz! That is a tough question you have asked! As you are surely aware, Norwegian isn't one of the languages with a ton of learning material out there. For myself, I would say the best way
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