Norwegian Alphabet Pronunciation
The Norwegian Alphabet consists of 29 letters of them 9 letters are vowels: a, e, i, o, u, y, æ, ø and å. For foreign speakers the most difficult ones is: u, y, æ, ø and å. As it is not so common in most European languages.
The letters: c, q, w, x og z, is almost only used in loanwords. Some Norwegian surnames also use these letters.
If you have studied the languages for a bit, you maybe also have noticed the letters: é, è, ê, ó, ò, â, and ô. These letters are not obligatory, but it can sometimes change the meanings of the word: f.ex. "for" and "fór".
To listen to the different sounds, just press the links and the sound will automatically start up.
. PS: sometime it changes sound to "Å": Ordne
Is pronounced s in beginning of words: xylofon
and ks in middle of words: Alexander