Norwegian Language Training in Bangalore
Nordic countries are building their business relations with Asian countries and this has created job opportunities for bilingual candidates with an obligation of learning Norwegian language if you want to settle there. We provide to you novice or competence courses depending on your needs. Our courses help you to learn the basics of the language and give you an insight of the culture and lifestyle of the Nordic countries.
Norwegian Language Translation Service in Bangalore
Translation of various written documents is delivered by our experts. Our translators are well aware of the culture and political situation of the different countries and they deliver the translation which is not only accurate and clear but in alignment to the government mandates and orders. We have experts specialized in the translation of Nordic languages.
Norwegian Language Interpretation Service in Bangalore
Interpreters allow us to understand and converse with our important clients from diverse culture in a very subtle and easy way. Our interpreters are multi lingual and have thorough attentiveness to the matter of discussion to make your conversation a success.
A few words about the great Norwegian Language
Norwegian is a North Germanic language and is the official language of Norway. It is spoken by about 5 million people primarily in Norway. The North Germanic languages include the Scandinavian, Faroese and Icelandic languages. Norwegian language has two official written forms –“ Bakmal ” and “Nynorsk”. The Norwegian Language Council is responsible for regulating the two forms. However, there are also two other forms – Riksmal (similar to Danish language) and Hognorsk (pure Nynorsk). Danish was the standard language of Norway between the 16th to 19th centuries. Norwegian is the official language of the Nordic Council. It descends from the Old Norse language which was the most widespread trading language during the Viking era. It was only a century ago that the modern Norwegian script came into existence with Christianity bringing in the Latin script with it.
Norwegian literature flourished as Old Norse but had a bottom drop during the 16th century. The works of Absolon Beyer marked the realm of humanism. Wergeland and Welhaven brought in the reformation from national to cosmopolitan. Plays of Ibsen and Bjornson brought home international recognition to Norwegian literature. Ibsen is called the Father of modern drama and his plays are performed even today. Three Norwegian authors were awarded Nobel Prize for Literature. Modern famous authors are Stugen, Jensen, Vik, Petterson etc. Most of the Scandinavian population speak English and hence learning the Scandinavian languages may seem pointless to some. The below facts may clear your doubts. Learning Norwegian acquaints you with both Swedish and Danish as Swedish is the same in pronunciation and Danish has the same writing script. The three languages put together calculate up to being spoken by 20 million people. It has a pool of great literature most of which is not translated. Hence, knowing the language is a must requirement to enjoy Norwegian literature. The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded from Norway itself.
It is an easy language to pick up and knowing one gives you the advantage of knowing 2 more languages. Strengthening your vocabulary and making it perfectly fluent is our responsibility. Join IULE and experience the delight of Scandinavian languages.