Norwegian is a part of North Germanic group of Scandinavian languages and dates back to the first thousand AD when the Germans spoke Proto-Germanic language, from which three groups of languages later separated - West, East and North Germanic languages, to which Norwegian language belongs. Norwegian was divided into two subgroups - West Norwegian from which separated Norwegian, Icelandic and Faroese and East Norwegian from which originated Swedish and Danish.
In the history of development, Norwegian underwent various stages. The first stage began with the arrival of Christianity in the 10th century and the language of that time is referred to as Old Norse. Then, from the 13th century it was known as Middle Norwegian and with the Union of Denmark and Norway and reformation of languages - Danish became written form of Norwegian language. Only since the 15th century, they stand out as separate languages, but development of Norwegian was significantly influenced by German and Danish and later by Swedish. Ultimately, separate literary language and New Norwegian which failed to become unified into common Norwegian language in the 20th century.
We have part-time court interpreters for Norwegian language in our team and therefore we can always respond to your needs quickly and translate and certify documents for which the stamp of a Norwegian language court interpreter is necessary.
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