Norwegian Translation and Writing Services
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Professional Norwegian Translations
Content Localized offers multiple Norwegian translation services, including translation into and from the Norwegian language. We cover a range of other languages, too. There are nearly 5 million native Norwegian speakers, and while most of them live in Norway, there is a significant number of native Norwegian speakers who use this language every day in neighboring countries as well as in the US.
Speedy Delivery Meets High-Quality Content in Norwegian
You're looking for a professional team who'll tackle any task and provide well-written articles in Norwegian without delay? You've come to the right place. Our Norwegian writing team will perform multiple translations and writing services, including in-depth research, article drafts and attention-grabbing headlines in Norwegian Bokmål - without compromising the quality of content. In fact, you will find a million ways to tell your story intriguingly and boost your online presence with help coming from our Norwegian writers who are all committed to providing top-notch quality while staying fresh and relevant.
Let Our Expert Team Provide You with Translation and Writing Services in Norwegian
Our Norwegian writers and translators are well trained and experienced in working on a tight schedule, so you can always expect high-quality services with exceptional material. Meeting your expectations plays a pivotal role in our Norwegian team as they strive to exceed their clientsí expectations and bring outstanding content to the table. Their expertise allows them to tackle any topic under the sun while making sure they are always providing locally-based, engaging and relevant writing and translation services in Norwegian Bokmål.
The Norwegian Language
Norwegian belongs to the North Germanic language group, and it is spoken primarily by locals based in Norway. It began as Proto-Norse which developed from Proto-Germanic during the first centuries AD. It used Elder Futhark and later Younger Futhark (runes) for inscriptions but later adopted the Latin alphabet. After the Dano-Norwegian language split, modern Norwegian arose in the 19th and 20th century under the name Bokmål, which is somewhat more traditional compared to Nynorsk (New Norwegian).Get Content
What we offer:
Snezana Cicmil Writing Supervisor
My first job was a manager's job in an international company, so that has pretty much set the further course of my career. After studies of Law, came Master's degree in Languages. Language science has actually been an inalienable part of my earliest education. Having said that, I must emphasize that there hasn't been a single day in the last 15 years that I haven't written or spoken Scandinavian and/or English language(s). This helped me a lot with my daily job
My current responsibilities include: supervising a part of Writing Dept. team, organizing and monitoring their work process, maintaining quality of system content translation/localization, providing localization ideas and adding a linguistic perspective to the development, managing project timelines, etc.