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Daily routine & everyday activities in Norwegian

Requested by anon (I’m really sorry that it took so long!!)

This is going to be lengthy, so look for more under the cut!

General

En hverdag - A weekday, an everyday
Spiser du godteri på hverdager? - Do you eat candy on weekdays?
I hverdagen står jeg opp tidlig - On weekdays I get up early.

En rutine - A routine

En aktivitet - An activity

Daglig - Daily

In the morning - Om morgenen

En morgen - A morning

På morgenkvisten / I morgentimene - In the morning hours

God morgen! - Good morning!

Har du sovet godt? - Did you sleep well? 

En/ei vekkerklokke - An alarm clock
Jeg hører aldri at vekkerklokken ringer. - I never hear the alarm clock ringing.

En alarm - An alarm
Skru av alarmen! - Turn off the alarm!

Å slumre - To snooze
Jeg må virkelig slutte å trykke på slumre! - I really have to stop pressing snooze!

Å forsove seg - To oversleep
Vi forsov oss på eksamensdagen. - We overslept on the day of the exam.

Å våkne - To wake (up)
Han våkner av seg selv - He wakes up by himself.

Å vekke - To wake (The act of waking someone)
Vekket jeg deg? - Did I wake you?

Våken - Awake
Ja, jeg er våken! - Yes, i’m awake!

Å stå opp - To get up
Du må stå opp! - You have to get up!

Å strekke seg - To stretch
Jeg strekker meg hver morgen - I stretch every morning

Et bad / Et baderom - A bathroom
Hun gikk på badet for å pusse tennene. - She went to the bathroom to brush her teeth.

Å gjøre seg klar - To get ready, to make oneself ready
Jeg kommer, jeg må bare gjøre meg klar! - I’m coming, I just need to make myself ready!

More below the cut! (Without examples because I was too lazy, so if you want more examples feel free to ask!)

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