Excellent Norwegian translators

Our professional Norwegian translation service is trusted by hundreds of individuals, businesses and corporations across the world. We have extensive experience in delivering expert skills in professional Norwegian translation, revision, proof-reading, editing and publishing. Our Norwegian team members have years of experience in translation in many different languages and can provide you with quality Norwegian translations for automotive, marketing, clients, legal affairs and other purposes

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English to Norwegian translation

Pangeanic offers professional Norwegian translation services with translations from English into Norwegian and also from Norwegian into more than 12 language pairs. Our experienced Norwegian translators make a team consisting of expert translators, knowledgeable of the best computer-assisted translation tools and they offer decades of experience in Norwegian translations.

Pangeanic’s Norwegian language team are highly knowledgeable and expert at translating all manner of documents, web copy and printed materials. They can even translate from French, Spanish, German and Italian into Norwegian.norway flag in black background

We have solved the needs for Norwegian translations for many different clients: from individuals requiring a single document to multinational corporations looking for regular publications. Our expertise means that we can take on board translation projects ranging from multilingual multi-document projects to small documents that need to be translated from just one language to another. Pangeanic is known for technology, speed and accuracy, and we charge great prices too.

Our high technology language management software tools allow us to ensure that you’ll never pay twice for the same sentence to be translated. We keep our phrases and idioms up to date and ready for use.

The best Norwegian and other language linguists will be selected for your project. Every Pangeanic Norwegian translator specializes in a different field such as technical Norwegian translations and engineering translations, legal Norwegian translations, financial Norwegian translations, pharma / medical Norwegian translations, etc.

We will use latest generation terminology management and assisted translation tools to create databases and ensure that you do not pay the translation of the same phrase twice. Rely on the experience of our Norwegian team and the selection of the best Norwegian-speaking and English-speaking linguists as well as several other languages so that your publications are read in Norwegian as if it were a native version.

Norwegian to English translations

Our team has accumulated decades of experience in translation: tens of thousands words to translated from Norwegian into English, Spanish, French, German or other languages for large corporations and multinationals around the world. Our experience in high caliber, multilingual translation projects gives us a unique experience upon which we guarantee fast translation services at competitive prices. Furthermore, by using your previously translated material, we can build machine translation engines from Norwegian into English. Some of our clients benefit from fast keyword translations and product definitions into Norwegian to market their products online in Norway and other Scandinavian countries. Other require Norwegian translations for the automotive sector, professional electronics or consumer electronics.

From a single MS Office file to translate from English into Norwegian to processing InDesign, FrameMaker files, po formats and others for software localization, html, xlsx, odt, etc, Pangeanic will provide an efficient and economic solution to your translation needs.

EN15038 quality-assured Norwegian translation services

We can promise

  • your Norwegian translations will be delivered to you in exactly the same format or the format you require;
  • we will work to save you time and with the help of powerful filters and translation technology;
  • you will receive a ready-for-press, accurate Norwegian translation;
  • you will not need to revise or check again our Norwegian translation.

As a European Translation Standard certified company, Pangeanic offers full transparency and traceability in all its processes and Norwegian Translations. We do not cut down on quality, we cut down on process times: it doesn’t matter if you just need one, a dozen or 100 Norwegian translations, our translation company will always supply consistent, high quality Norwegian translations in each project.

Characteristics of the Norwegian language

Many people are surprised when they find out that there are 2 different forms of written and spoken Norwegian in Norway: Bokmål and Nynorsk, which are the languages that are used for official administration such as in churches, schools, on television and radio. The two of them are very similar whilst the Sami language is of a totally different origin. Bokmål means literally “book tongue” and Nynorsk is “new Norwegian”. Both provide standards for how to write Norwegian, but none of them set any rules on how to speak it. Thus, there is no officially sanctioned standard of spoken Norwegian. Most Norwegians speak their own dialect in all circumstances

Norwegians are educated in both Bokmål and Nynorsk and the two forms of the Norwegian language are both used in public administration, in schools, churches, and on radio and television. Together with neighbors Swedish and Danish, Norwegian forms a continuum of fairly mutually intelligible local and regional variants called “Scandinavian languages” which constituted the North Germanic language group together some Icelandic, Faroese and some other extinct languages.

The third language spoken in Norway is Sami, which is spoken by the indigenous people of Norway and is considered to have been formed 2,000-3,000 years ago around Karelia (now Russia) as proto-Samic, and between 1,000 B.C. to 700 A.D in its present form. It is considered to be of equal status as the other two languages and it is also spoken in parts of Sweden, Finland and Russia, reaching from the southern part of central Scandinavia in the southwest to the tip of the Kola Peninsula in the east. Sami is strongly dialectal and some varities of spoken in the Northen part of Scandinavia are not intelligible to speakers of other dialects.

Short History of Norwegian Language

Danish was the standard written language of Norway from the 16th to the 19th centuries. As a result, the development of modern written Norwegian has been subject to strong controversy, influenced by nationalism, by confrontation of rural forms versus urban discourse, and by Norway’s literary history. Historically, Bokmål can be considered a Norwegianised variety of Danish. Nynorsk can be considered an amalgamation of Norwegian dialects and puristic Norwegian opposition to Danish. The rurally spoken Sami has close roots to Finnish. Through waves of Scandinavian invasions into Britain, different Scandinavian varities settled in the English language, although the words (shirt / skirt) have come to mean different objects which historically were one.

Norwegian also uses the same word order as is found in English. This makes it easy to learn for English speakers. If you know some Norwegian then you’ll find that you can maybe even do some of your own simple translations.

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