I'm currently learning Norwegian on account of the fact that my girlfriend is Norwegian (don't worry, she speaks English just fine, if not better than Norwegian), and I was wondering if anyone else here has ever attempted this. So far it seems like a pretty easy language for an English-speaker like me. But does anyone know any good books, etc. that I should have? I have this book called "Teach Yourself Norwegian" which is pretty good so far (I'm about a third of the way through it after two weeks or so), and I plan on buying a dictionary and "Norwegian Verbs and Essentials of Grammar." Right now, this is how I'm doing it. I go through the dialogues in the book with my girlfriend, with her correcting my pronunciation, but I read the grammar bits and study vocab on my own, occasionally getting pronunciation help and the native-speaker perspective from my girlfriend. I guess I want to have more exposure to the language (i.e. hearing, speaking, etc.) but I'm not sure how to go about it. My girlfriend isn't around much right now and even when she is, she isn't a teacher so it's hard to know how to go about it. Anyone have any tips? Any help would be very appreciated.