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The present and past tenses of verbs in Norwegian are very simple to conjugate. All the forms are the same for each personal pronoun. The infinitive of the verb to be in Norwegian is være, and the conjugated present tense form is er and the past tense is var. The infinitive of the verb to have is ha, and the conjugated present tense form is har and the past tense is hadde.
|være - to be|
|I am||jeg er||I was||jeg var|
|you are||du er||you were||du var|
|he is||han er||he was||han var|
|she is||hun er||she was||hun var|
|it is||den er||it was||den var|
|it is||det er||it was||det var|
|one is||man er||one was||man var|
|we are||vi er||we were||vi var|
|you are||dere er||you were||dere var|
|they are||de er||they were||de var|
ha - to have
|I have||jeg har||I had||jeg hadde|
|you have||du har||you had||du hadde|
|he has||han har||he had||han hadde|
|she has||hun har||she had||hun hadde|
|it has||den har||it had||den hadde|
|it has||det har||it had||det hadde|
|one has||man har||one had||man hadde|
|we have||vi har||we had||vi hadde|
|you have||dere har||you had||dere hadde|
|they have||de har||they had||de hadde|
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