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Derrick Hildreth

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norwegians have three recognized languages, Bokmål, Nynorsk and Sami.
parents and children
children usually pay for their clothes by the age of 18
schooling is free
Norway's development data
Teen activities
teens like to ski in winter and in the summer they like to hike and spend time in the mountains
population: 4,722,701
literacy: 100%
life expectancy: 79 for males and 84 for females,
human development index: 1 out of 148 countries
capital: Oslo
currency : Norwegian Krone
kindness,honesty, and independence is important in norwegian culture.
norwegian is a germanic language and has three extra vowels than English å, œ, and ø
chewing gum is inappropriate in a business setting or in a place with a lot of people.
children usually have simple task around the house like cleaning & setting the table
children get paid a small allowance called ukelønn
both parents usually work outside of school.
schooling in Norway is known to be the best.
teachers try to make everybody have equal treatment/attention
English,physical education,history,religion,mathematics, and science are taught in schools.
kids have about three hours worth of homework each night.
after secondary school Norwegians start to work
a lot of teens love nature
teens in Norway also like music and shopping
A lot of Norwegians also like to eat berries like blueberries and strawberries
Norwegians also like to eat Torsk Cod which is boiled with potatoes, and melted with butter.

some popular vegetables Norwegians eat are turnips, rutabaga, and carrots.
conflicts/problems of Norway
Norway has a decreasing young population.
The population of children the age of 0-14 is only 20% compared to 35% in 1990.
5-10% of children in Norway have reported to have experience sexual abuse.
There are also a lot of refugees from Somalia and Iraq that end up staying in shelters for more than 3 years.

contrast to America
Compared to Americans, norwegians are pretty similar.
Norwegians enjoy nature a lot more than Americans
Religion is mostly evangelical Lutheran although a lot of norwegians do not practice religion daily.
Their language is not English
Compared to America the life expectancy is longer
By: Derrick Hildreth
Works Cited.
People are more independant
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