Our translation agency offers services of professional translation into Norwegian language. Translation is carried out in the following areas: oil and gas industry, food industry, measuring technology, software, medicine, business, finance, environment, promotional products, legal documents, management and marketing, complex technical documentation, etc..

Our translation agency is often bought translation into Norwegian language. Subjects translation is the most different from the description of teas and consumer goods, to highly specialized technical translation into Norwegian. We will gladly accept a new order from / to Norwegian to interesting technical topics. 

Due to the large volume of works we are able to maintain reasonable prices for translation, the quality of which thus remains at the highest level. We offer flexible pricing and discounts.


For customers, we offer:

• Text to translate from / into the Norwegian language 

• Translation of documents from / into Norwegian  language 

• Translation online with / into the Norwegian language 

• Urgent transfer to / from the Norwegian  language  

• Technical translation from / into Norwegian  language 

• Medical translation from / into the Norwegian  language 

• Legal translation from / into the Norwegian language

• Medical translation from / into the Norwegian language 

• Translation of " Norwegian " in the foreign language 

• Translation from a foreign language into Norwegian 


Order translation from / into Norwegian, you can:

1. In the towns: Kiev, Kharkov, Odessa, Dnepropetrovsk, Donetsk, Zaporozhye, Lviv, Krivoy Rog, Nikolaev, Mariupol, Lugansk, Vinnitsa, Makiivka, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Kherson, Poltava, Chernihiv, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Khmelnytskyi, Chernivtsi, Gorlovka, Rivne, Dniprodzerzhynsk, Kirovohrad, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kremenchug, Ternopil, Lutsk, Bila Tserkva, Kramatorsk, Melitopol, Kerch, Nikopol, Slavyansk, Uzhgorod, Berdyansk, Alchevsk, Pavlograd, Severodonetsk, Yevpatoria, Lisichansk, Kamianets-Podilskyi, Alexandria, Krasny Luch, Yenakiieve, Stakhanov, Konstantinovka.

2. E-mail – write request for the translationminfociv@gmail.com

3. Convenient order form for the translation go to the order form


Norwegian language – History 

Norwegian - language, which is spoken by about 4 million. People in Norway.

Old Norse Old Norse form with the West Scandinavian (Old Norse or Western) group, also known as the Norse.

Norse runic inscriptions are known from the 4th century. The first manuscript, written in Latin alphabet, are 12. In the 12th and 13th centuries. Old Norse differed little from Old Norse. However, while the Old Norse developed a literary norm, which has been preserved, the Norwegian language was influenced by Low German, Swedish and Danish, especially at a time when Norway was part of the Kingdom of Denmark (1397-1814).

Influence Danish determined look of the Danish-Norwegian language in which written and spoken in Norway throughout the 19th century. Language Bjørnson and Ibsen. Being Danish terms of morphology and lexical structure, this language was phonetically similar to Swedish.

Modern Norwegian language, both oral and written, exists in two different forms: one is called "Bokmål" and "riksmol", another - "lansmol" or "Nynorsk". Lansmol was coined in the 19th century. romantic, I believe that Norway needs its own national language.

This need has been met by Norwegian philologist I.Osenu, which in 1953 created a language lansmol - based on Norwegian dialects, mainly Western, with elements of Old Norse.

From about 1890 the Danish-Norwegian languages ​​used in the press and speech in the city came to be called "riksmol" and both languages​​have been officially recognized.

In 1929 riksmol was renamed "Bokmål" and lansmol - in "Nynorsk".

Currently, there is a tendency to unite them in obschenorvezhsky language called "samnorsk."

The modern Norwegian dialects are divided into three groups:

• Western;

• East;

• North;

In the last two used mainly Bokmål, in the first - Nynorsk.


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