SammendragIn the monograph under review, the author's aim is to discover what itmeans to be 'Norwegian in talk'. This book represents an ambitious attemptto understand and describe the underlying presuppositions and manifesta-tions of Norwegian communication patterns. What does it mean to speakNorwegian in a Norwegian way? A foreign learner of Norwegian may verywell use the correct grammar and pronunciation but nevertheless not alwayssound Norwegian when speaking the language. The author, Paulina Hor-bowicz, is currently employed as an Assistant Professor in the Departmentof Scandinavian Studies at Adam Mickiewicz Universityin Poznan, Poland.She states that this book, which is a revised version of her Ph.D. dissertationfrom 2009 at the Adam Mickiewicz University, is written with the hope ofcontributing to the methodology of teaching Norwegian as a foreign or sec-ond language. One important aim of her project is to shed light on whichphenomena second language teaching needs to focus on in order for the lan-guage learner to develop and reach better communicative competence inNorwegian.
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