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At EasyTranslate we are experts in professional Norwegian translations. We provide tailored and industry specific translations at affordable rates. With us you get access to a network of over 10.000 experienced and highly qualified translators who will make sure to adapt your material to fit your brand identity, line of business and tone of voice.

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Get support throughout the entire translation process from our dedicated team of experts. Their expertise in linguistics and a wide range of industries allows them to find the right Norwegian translator for your translation project. They work closely with our translators to make sure that all your translation needs are met and that nothing is left to circumstances. 

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We do all kinds of translation services, so whether your business needs regular Norwegian translation, certified translation, subtitling or something completely different, we have got you covered. 

  • Translation
  • Literature Translation
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Norwegian translations for any industry 

At EasyTranslate we provide Norwegian translations for a wide range of industries and our translators all have the needed expertise to deliver tailored translations that fit your specific line of business.

  • Ecommerce
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  • Media, Marketing & SEO
  • Legal
  • Medical
  • Business & Finance
  • Technical & Engineering

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Meet our Norwegian translators

Our team of dedicated Norwegian translators are the best in their field and put their passion for language at your service. They have years of experience and know the language in all its little details and complexities. With all of them being native-speakers and having followed specific training courses, they have certifications that recognize their language level and qualify them as expert Norwegian translators.

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Cultural knowledge 

Norwegian language history

Norwegian (norsk) is an Indo-European language belonging to the North Germanic branch of the Germanic languages. Like all scandinavian languages, Norwegian traces itself back from Old Norse, which was spread across Europe by Viking merchants (including settlements in present-day Russia), who made Old Norse one of the most widespread languages of their time.

Starting in the 9th century, Old Norse underwent splits and divisions over time that eventually gave birth to a remarkable three modern languages which are actually mutually intelligible – Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish! Today, Norwegian actually has two official written languages, which takes a variety of dialects into consideration - Bokmål and nynorsk.


Norwegian-speaking country worldwide

5 M 

native Norwegian-speakers worldwide


country in the global English-proficiency ranking

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A mutually intelligible language

Let’s not be fooled. Norwegian isn’t the language with the most international reach. Therefore, and unsurprisingly, the only country where Norwegian is the official language is Norway. Today, there are in total 5 million Norwegian speakers, which represents the entire population of Norway.

The only other strongly represented language is English, with about 4 million people who speak the language. This means that the vast majority of Norwegians speak English in addition to Norwegian – and generally on a very high level. Many university degree programmes and courses are taught in English.

However, knowing and speaking Norwegian allows you to reach about 20 million other people, as the sacandinavian languages are mutually intelligible.

Language differences 

Bokmål or nynorsk? 

As already mentioned earlier, Norwegian is composed of two official standardized spoken and written languages: Bokmål and Nynorsk. The two varieties are used in public administration, religious services, and in the media. Newspapers, magazines and books are published in both varieties that have undergone a number of reforms throughout the 20th century.

This division of Norwegian has a historical explanation:  Bokmål is based on written Danish, which was the official language of Norway for more than four hundred years (1380–1814). Nynorsk was created in the 1850s, and is a compilation and combination of mostly Western Norwegian regional dialects. If you have a good command of Norwegian you're not only able to communicate with Norwegians, but also with people in Sweden and Denmark. 

Speaking Norwegian

Norwegian alphabet 

The Norwegian language is one of its kind. The modern Norwegian alphabet has 29 letters compared with 26 in the English alphabet. The first 26 letters of the Norwegian alphabet are exactly the same as in English, however, Norwegian has three extra letters at the end of the alphabet. The three extra letters at the end are æ ø å. 

Knowing the order can be helpful for anyone who is trying to find a town or street name in the index section of a map. It can also be helpful when you are trying to translate a word with the help of a Norwegian-English dictionary. So, the Norwegian alphabet is as follows:

a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z æ ø å

Regional differences 

Norwegian dialects  

Very few Norwegians, if any, speak the way a text is written, whether it's in Bokmål or Nynorsk. Instead they make use of the local dialects. For Norwegians the dialect makes up an important part of their identity, and by listening to a person's dialect we can in most cases determine with good accuracy from which part of the country he or she is from.

Beginners to the Norwegian language might find some dialects hard to understand, but Norwegians are understanding and speak closer to the written language if they notice you don't understand them. The Norwegian Dialects are usually divided into four major groups: North (Nordnorsk), Central (Trøndnorsk), West (Vestnorsk), East (Østnorsk). 

From global to local 

Norwegian localisation

As you may know, there isn’t really one single universal Norwegian language. Many words and phrases can be singular to a particular area and would be as foreign to a Norwegian-speaker from outside the region as words from Mandarin or Elvish. On the other hand, there are some words that can be used in all regions but which have totally different meanings depending on which region you’re in. 

Localisation goes beyond the mere translation of content. It’s about understanding the culture behind the specific language to make it look and sound more native to your target audience. So, if you’re planning on expanding your business to the Norwegian market, it’s important to employ the right language. You want the language to sound as natural as possible to the locals, but you also want to avoid mistakenly offending anyone. Therefore, only qualified and experienced Norwegian translators can deliver the right and appropriate content when translating to Norwegian.

Useful knowledge

5 Fun facts about Norway

It is always good to have some random interesting facts up your sleeve - particularly if they are about the market you are looking to reach! So, here are some fun facts about Norway that you might not already know that could come in handy, if not just for your next Trivia game! 

  • Norway has the longest tunnel in the world. It is called “Lærdal Tunnel”, it is 24,5 kilometers long (152,3 miles) and it connects Lærdal and Aurland
  • The Nobel peace award takes place in Norway. It is being awarded by the Norwegian Nobel committee and the award show is hosted every year in December at Oslo’s town hall.
  • It was actually Norway that first introduced Salmon to japanese delicatessen, namely sushi. The japanese did not use salmon in sushi until some norwegian delegates introduced it to them in the 1980s
  • The cheese slicer was invented by the norwegian inventor and businessman Thor Bjørklund in 1925
  • Every year, Norway gives away a Christmas tree to England, as a thank you gesture for their help during the Second World War. The tree is then placed on Trafalgar Square in London

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