Norway is one of the oldest monarchies in Europe. Norway is a member of NATO, the Nordic Passport Union, and the Schengen area. The country has two names in two linguistic “versions” of Norwegian – Norge in the alphabet and Noreg in the Nynorsk.
Both forms of the language are officially approved at the legislative level. The country has a specialized council. It deals with the regulation of the Norwegian language.
Despite the fact that the language issue is controversial, national television broadcasts in both the letter and the Nørnish.
The Norwegian alphabet is based on the Latin alphabet and consists of 29 letters (the same as in the Danish alphabet). The Norwegian language belongs to the group of mainland Scandinavian languages, modified under the historical influence of Danish and a slight influence of Swedish.
However, there are many dialects in the country besides the official ones. The reason for this is the isolation of Norway’s regions.
If you need a written translation from/into Norwegian, please contact MacroGlobal Translation Agency, and our employees will perform the translation in a quality manner and within the time frame you need.
Additionally, MacroGlobal Translation Agency provides services of certification of the translation with the seal of the translation agency and the translator’s signature, as well as notarization of the translation from/into Norwegian.
Documents are translated from and into Norwegian by professional translators, after which they are proofread by qualified editors, and only then you receive a high-quality and verified translation.
Urgent translation of documents from/into Norwegian can be done within 30 minutes.
THE PROCESS OF ORDERING A WRITTEN TRANSLATION
In order to estimate the cost of translation and the timeframe, we need to see the document in electronic form (scan, photo, file in any format) or directly in the office. You can leave a request on our website, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our office.
You can consult with our manager in advance by calling +38 (097) 933 31 46, +38 (095) 160 10 97, +38 (044) 227 01 24.