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Norwegian Script Request

KhwadschahHasan
Incomplete
by halibote -

Thank you very much for that, and I have to begin by saying congratulations, because this is the labourer's day. It's not LO's day, it's not The Labor Party's day. This day belong to the common laborers. And in the end, that's something we all are. And when I've looked at some of the slogans to be seen on Jungstorget in Oslo or below LO's banners today, I'm a little surprised that they actually have forgotten why we all can go to work every day. Namely, that there is someone creating those jobs for us. LO should be more focused on that, that someone dare to invest, dare to create, dare to invest their savings, because they have a good idea for a company. That's why we also should use this day to praise the thousands of small and medium-sized businesses all around in this country

by nataliyeah 0:00 - 0:31

Tusen hjertelig takk for det, og jeg må jo begynne med å si "gratulerer med dagen" fordi dette er arbeidernes dag. Det er ikke LOs dag, det er ikke Arbeiderpartiets dag, dette er vanlige arbeideres dag, og det er i bunn og grunn noe vi alle sammen er. Og når jeg har sett på noen av de parolene som har vært på Youngstorget i Oslo eller under LOs faner i dag, så er jeg litt forbauset over at de egentlig har glemt det som er grunnen til at vi alle sammen kan gå på jobb hver dag nemlig at det er noen som skaper de arbeidsplassene for oss.

by Lilyflower 0:40 - 1:10

Det burde LO være mer opptatt av; at det er noen som TØRR å satse, tørr å skape, tørr å satse sparepengene sine fordi de har en god idé for å starte en bedrift. Derfor så burde vi også bruke denne dagen til å hylle alle de tusener, på tusener små og mellomstore bedrifter rundt omkring i dette landet som er med på å få hjulene til å gå rundt, og som gjør at vi kan gå på jobb hver dag, fordi det er noen som tørr og noen som satser.

(Please note that she uses incredibly long-winded sentences!)

Comments

halibote
Sept. 28, 2011

that was a bit more time-consuming than I expected. Maybe I'll transcribe more when I have the time.

KhwadschahHasan
Nov. 24, 2011

Yes, it is. However I would prefer to have a transcript in original Norwegian rather than in English, so I could look all unknown words up, because I don't simply want to understand her, but to learn some Norwegian as well.

Lilyflower
Sept. 11, 2014

Hope this helped you out a little. I just realized your last comment was written in 2011 (!). I hope you are still pursuing you Norwegian studies.

KhwadschahHasan
June 2, 2015

Tusen hjertelig takk for det! Jeg fortsetter å lære.

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