Our Norwegian translation team consists of
Norwegian is a North Germanic language that is mainly spoken in Norway, where it is the official language. It is mutually intelligible with Swedish and Danish. Law and governmental policy have established two official forms of written Norwegian - Bokmal (literally book language), which is popular among the urban upper and middle class and taught to foreign students, and Nynorsk (literally new Norwegian). There is no officially imposed standard of spoken Norwegian, and most Norwegians speak their own dialect. In the 16-19th centuries, Danish was the standard written language of Norway, which has affected the development of modern written Norwegian, intertwined with aspects of nationalism and a rural vs. urban discourse. Historically, Bokmal is a Norwegianized variety of Danish, while Nynorsk is a language form based on Norwegian dialects and folk opposition to Danish. Both Bokmal and Nynorsk are upheld in the education system, public broadcasts, and governmental agencies. Norwegian, with an estimated 6.3 million native speakers, is also one of the working languages of the Nordic Council.
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Asker (NO), Bergen (NO), Kristiansand (NO), Oslo (NO), Stavanger (NO), Trondheim (NO),