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|Norwegian to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Norwegian term or phrase: Goddag tak|
Tak for the information
"God dag" could be translated with "hello"/"hi" (it is formal and informal at the same time), it´s used the whole day long even though there are expressions in Norwegian for
good morning => god morgen
good evening => god kveld
It is written in two words => god dag.
Often it is repeated as well, if you enter a shop you may say "god dag" or "god dag, god dag."
Tak = roof, so I guess there must be one more k => TAKK.
Meaning thank you/thanks in English
"Thank you very much" is expressed with "tusen takk" in Norwegian (meaning a thousand thanks)
I wish you good luck !
Greetings from Tone
Local time: 04:22
Native speaker of: Norwegian
PRO pts in pair: 12
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