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Å introdusere meg selv på norsk
Hei, jeg heter Ingrid og lærer norsk her i Beijing.Jeg håper å finne noen nordmenn (check note below for explanation) hvem som kan snakke norsk (it's pretty obvious from what you said in your first sentence that you want to speak in Norwegian) med meg. Jeg ønsker selvfølgelig å få mange nye venner også! (I wish of course to get many new friends as well!) Jeg forstår både (check note below) kinesisk, engelsk og litt norsk. Men jeg prøver å lære mer.
En nordmann= a Norwegian(singular)
Noen nordmenn= some Norwegians(plural)
Because you wrote 'noen'('some') in your sentence you have to write 'nordmenn' ('Norwegians') after it."Some Norwegians", "Noen nordmenn".
Både (translated : 'both')
"Både" means "both" which is in English as in Norwegian used only when you talk about two things, in this case languages. You can only mention two languages to use "både" (both). Had you only mentioned 'Chinese and English' you could've written 'både' there. However since you mention three languages 'Chinese, English and Norwegian' you can't use "både" in that sentence.
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