Norwegian Mini Stories

tavisoreilly gb United Kingdom

I was wondering if there is any time frame for when the Norwegian set of mini stories will be released?

August 12 at 10:30
  • Administrator
    zoran rs Serbia

    Not sure exactly when at this moment, but I'll try to have them up as soon as possible.

    August 12 at 14:44
    • Ryanaissance us United States

      Are the stories complete?

      August 12 at 18:10
      • Administrator
        zoran rs Serbia

        No, we don't have anything done in Norwegian at the moment.

        August 13 at 15:42
  • Ted_Gilmore us United States

    Any update on Norwegian Mini-Stories?

    May 20 at 22:08
    • Administrator
      zoran rs Serbia

      We have someone hired working on them at the moment. So we will probably have them in the Library in month or so.

      May 22 at 12:38
      • Ryanaissance us United States

        Really looking forward to this. Thanks LingQ team!

        May 22 at 18:00
      • Ted_Gilmore us United States

        Fabulous news!

        May 22 at 18:50
      • TheOregonian us United States

        Fantastic news, thanks for sharing this zoran!

        I'm still completely open to the idea that was echo'd in the "Crowdsourcing Georgian conversations" (https://www.lingq.com/en/community/forum/open-forum/crowdsourcing-georgian-convers) -- could be a great way to get mini-stories going for beta languages and also the circular questioning material that Steve has been talking about.

        Tusen takk!

        May 23 at 07:01
  • TheOregonian us United States

    Also inquiring into this -- is there something I can do to contribute (financial, outreach) to getting these mini-stories written / recorded / uploaded? I've asked in a few online communities for native speakers to take a look at the mini-story thread, but haven't seen any responses -- then again, asking someone to record 60 stories for little in return is probably a rough sell all-around.

    Clearly we're moving forward without the mini-stories in this community. However, perhaps there's something we can do (community + LingQ) to push beta languages into fully-supported ones that has more teeth to it than what these threads seem to suggest? Steve is constantly referring people to the mini-stories in his videos, yet there doesn't seem to be a straight forward path to getting them done.

    Any ideas?

    May 21 at 20:48