The Norwegian language is one of the easiest languages for English speakers to learn. It originates from the Germanic language group and has a lot of similarities to English. We can see similar syntax and many cognates between the two languages.
Norwegian also has a very simple structure and does not require verb conjugation, making it even easier to learn.
The main problem with the Norwegian language is the number of dialects that are used. There are many dialects across the country, sometimes creating minor barriers in communication. This is especially the case if you are a foreigner. Experienced translators can help you to put your message in the right context for a specific audience. Read more about localization services here!