Lja is the official language of Norway. It is the second most spoken language in the world, spoken by around 5 million people. Although there are many variations of the language in different areas of the world, the most common is Norwegian, spoken in Norway and neighboring countries like Greenland, Iceland, Faroe Islands and Skovland. The majority of Norwegians can speak English, but some do learn Swedish and German.
Lja is a Scandinavian dialect, spoken by around two-thirds of the Norwegian population. Like many Scandinavian languages, it has evolved through the process of cross-cultural contact and evolution. However, there is a marked geographical difference between the written language and the spoken language in Lja. In Lja, there is no distinction between the written and spoken word. For this reason, it is easy for learners to learn the language without being forced to write or understand the difference between the two.
Because of its lack of written vocabulary, the written language in Lja is mostly used to communicate greetings and wishes. In addition, the written texts in Lja can also be used to indicate a specific meaning behind an action. When necessary, Lja speakers can always replace a written word with an action word, which is very common in oral speech. For instance, in order to request someone to do something, the sender usually says “Mjenhof eller” (I need you to help me). However, in Lja, this would be more appropriate than “Nene svin” (I want you to help me).
Unlike other Scandinavian languages, in Lja, there is no distinction between spoken and written texts. In fact, the written word and the pronunciation of the language are often the same. This makes it easier for Lja speakers to learn the language. Another characteristic that sets Lja apart from other languages is that the sentence structure does not change when you approach a Lja question. For example, the order of the words in “Nene svin” (I want you to help me) are always in the same order as in a normal sentence in a different language.
In addition, since most questions in Lja are directed to a person (the subject), you will have fewer grammatical mistakes while learning the language. In a society where English has become the principal lingua franca, it is important that you can communicate using the correct grammatical forms. By learning Lja, you will be able to communicate your wants and needs easily. It will also make you more sociable and confident.
Learning Lja is easy. Unlike other languages, you don't need to study hard in order to get . . . . . . good results. You can simply make use of traditional teaching methods in order to learn the language in a short period of time. Besides, the most essential aspect of learning Lja is to practice the language regularly.