Alcohol may be served or sold anywhere 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. China edit Many bars, KTVs and nightclubs have no specific last call and will continue to sell alcohol and stay open provided there are paying customers present. The following are examples of phrases that both in Norwegian and English mean one thing as a compound word, and something different when regarded as separate words: stavekontroll (spellchecker) or stave kontroll (spell checker) kokebok (cookbook) or koke bok (cook book) ekte håndlagde vafler (real. If they are not written together, each part is naturally read with primary stress, and the meaning of the compound is lost. Phonology edit Main article: Norwegian phonology While the sound systems of Norwegian and Swedish are similar, considerable variation exists among the dialects. Swedish and, danish, Norwegian forms a dialect continuum of more or less mutually intelligible local and regional varieties, and some Norwegian and Swedish dialects, in particular, are very close. They will frequently use le boulot, le taf, le job, la bosse to talk about their occupation. Pronouns are a closed class. Chiant/e, this can be used in numerous ways, but it certainly is not a pleasant word.