Professional Norwegian Translation Services

Get ahead of the competition and enter the Norwegian market today! We offer cost-effective, reliable, and high-quality Norwegian translation services. We do the translation – you deliver the winning content.

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Meet our Norwegian Translators

Our number one priority is to provide our clients with high-quality translation services. We guarantee that we work exclusively with the most experienced and highly skilled translators on the market. We have developed a complex testing process that is individually reviewed by our team of expert language specialists. This means that only a handful of the best translators are selected to join our team.

Our translators not only excel in translation but also have broad industry-specific knowledge. Your Norwegian translation project will be realized by a translator who will be the perfect fit for your industry and for your translation needs. To guarantee the extra quality, our services are delivered in compliance with ISO standards, so you can expect nothing but the best from us! We will assign your translation to an internal or a freelance translator who will be the perfect fit for your translation requirements.

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Norwegian to English & English to Norwegian Translation Services
We offer a wide range of quality translation services to meet your Norwegian translation requirements. A designated project manager will guide you through the entire process and will help you to choose the best service for your needs. We are here to help you meet all your translation requirements fast and efficiently.

Norwegian document translation

Norwegian legal translation

Norwegian website translation

Norwegian software/app translation

Norwegian marketing copy, advertisements and social media content

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About the Norwegian Language

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Norwegian is a North Germanic language, and an official language of Norway, and is spoken by 5.32 million people. Norwegian originates from Old Norse (Old Nordic), an extinct North Germanic language that was spoken by the inhabitants of Scandinavia during the Viking Age. Today, the North Germanic languages constitute Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic, and Faroese.
There are two official forms of written Norwegian today, Bokmål and Nynorsk. Bokmål developed from the Dano-Norwegian language, and Nynorsk was based upon a collection of various Norwegian dialects. Children are educated in both forms, although they are allowed to choose their main language. Each student selects one as their native form and learns the other as a mandatory school subject. It is estimated that around 86.3% of Norwegians use Bokmål as their primary written language, 7.5% use Nynorsk, and the rest use combinations of the two.
It is important to note that there is no standard spoken version of Norwegian. Students speak their own local dialects at school. Because there is no standard spoken version of the language, information on how to pronounce certain words is absent from most Norwegian dictionaries. Because Norwegians are exposed to the various different dialects from an early age, it is generally only a minor problem for them to understand one another.
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About the Norwegian Language

  • Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian form a dialect continuum of more or less mutually intelligible varieties.
  • Danish was the standard written language of Norway from the 16th to 19th century.
  • Bokmål is a Norwegian variety of Danish, while Nynorsk is a language that is based on Norwegian dialects and is very different to Danish in purist terms.
  • In 2010, 86.5% of students in Norway’s primary and lower secondary schools received their education in Bokmål.
  • Norwegian is one of the working languages of the Nordic Council.
  • The dialects of Scandinavia developed during the late Middle Ages because there was almost no travel within the countries.

Quality Guarantee

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ISO 17100 defines the roles of the translator, their technical resources and the quality of service. It also outlines the best practices for translation companies to ensure communication between clients and the translator for all completed tasks.

 

ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”), which defines a framework of effective work processes to be established within a company. As well as demonstrating continuous improvement, it illustrates a company’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet the needs of its customers, as well as complying with regulatory requirements.

Find out more about ISO quality standard.

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Frequently asked questions

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!

Both languages are North Germanic languages that originate from Old Norse. They have a lot of similarities and are closely related. Generally, Danish and Norwegian are largely mutually intelligible. With so many dialects in both languages, the greatest differences are found in pronunciation and vocabulary, meaning that Danish and Norwegian speakers are able to understand one another after a bit of exposure to the other language.
We work exclusively with the most experienced translators that have been put through our rigorous onboarding process. Our Norwegian translators have both extensive linguistic skills and a good understanding of Norway’s key cultural features. To guarantee high quality, we regularly review their work to make sure they stay on top of their game.