ALL SERVICES

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TRANSLATION

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LOCALIzation

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TRANSCREATION

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content creation

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Subtitling

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transcription
& voice-over

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EDITING / REVISION

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SEO translation,
writing & editing

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software &
product testing

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HOW TO ORDER

OUR LANGUAGES

Norwegian is the official language spoken in Norway, Europe’s most Northern country. While there are two official languages in Norway, namely Norwegian and Sami, the latter is spoken only by a small minority mainly in the Northern parts of the country. Norwegian consists of two variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk, both of which are taught at all Norwegian schools. Bokmål derived from Danish from the period of time when Norway was
ruled by Denmark, whereas Nynorsk derived from the old Norwegian spoken dialects. Due to the former variant being spoken by the majority of the population, Bokmål is the variant most often referred to as “Norwegian”. Norwegian is spoken by around 5 million people. Most Norwegian speakers reside in Norway, but there are also noteable Norwegian speaking groups residing in the US, the UK, Sweden and Denmark.

A Germanic language, many Norwegian terms are similar, or even identical, to German and French words. Due to the vast amount of English words deriving from Latin, via French, English speakers will also recognize quite a few Norwegian words. Additionally, several English words have been “imported” in recent years, including “trendy”, “jeans” and “yess!” to name a few. Norwegian is vastly similar to written Danish, and also very similar to Swedish, written and oral. Words are longer in Norwegian than English, because compound words are written together.

OUR NORWEGIAN TRANSLATION SERVICES:

Norwegian to/from English
Norwegian to/from Swedish
Norwegian to/from Danish
Norwegian to/from German
Norwegian to/from French
Norwegian to/from Spanish

NORWEGIAN AT A GLANCE:
  • Germanic language, spoken by 5 million people
  • 2 languages in Norway: Norwegian and Sami
  • 2 official variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk
  • Similar to Swedish and Danish
  • Words are typically longer than in English

Norwegian is the official language spoken in Norway, Europe’s most Northern country. While there are two official languages in Norway, namely Norwegian and Sami, the latter is spoken only by a small minority mainly in the Northern parts of the country. Norwegian consists of two variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk, both of which are taught at all Norwegian schools. Bokmål derived from Danish from the period of time when Norway was
ruled by Denmark, whereas Nynorsk derived from the old Norwegian spoken dialects. Due to the former variant being spoken by the majority of the population, Bokmål is the variant most often referred to as “Norwegian”. Norwegian is spoken by around 5 million people. Most Norwegian speakers reside in Norway, but there are also noteable Norwegian speaking groups residing in the US, the UK, Sweden and Denmark.

A Germanic language, many Norwegian terms are similar, or even identical, to German and French words. Due to the vast amount of English words deriving from Latin, via French, English speakers will also recognize quite a few Norwegian words. Additionally, several English words have been “imported” in recent years, including “trendy”, “jeans” and “yess!” to name a few. Norwegian is vastly similar to written Danish, and also very similar to Swedish, written and oral. Words are longer in Norwegian than English, because compound words are written together.

OUR SWEDISH TRANSLATION SERVICES:

Swedish to/from English
Swedish to/from Norwegian
Swedish to/from Danish
Swedish to/from German
Swedish to/from French
Swedish to/from Spanish

SWEDISH AT A GLANCE:
  • Germanic language, spoken by 9 million people
  • Official language in Sweden
  • Similar to Norwegian and Danish

Norwegian is the official language spoken in Norway, Europe’s most Northern country. While there are two official languages in Norway, namely Norwegian and Sami, the latter is spoken only by a small minority mainly in the Northern parts of the country. Norwegian consists of two variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk, both of which are taught at all Norwegian schools. Bokmål derived from Danish from the period of time when Norway was
ruled by Denmark, whereas Nynorsk derived from the old Norwegian spoken dialects. Due to the former variant being spoken by the majority of the population, Bokmål is the variant most often referred to as “Norwegian”. Norwegian is spoken by around 5 million people. Most Norwegian speakers reside in Norway, but there are also noteable Norwegian speaking groups residing in the US, the UK, Sweden and Denmark.

A Germanic language, many Norwegian terms are similar, or even identical, to German and French words. Due to the vast amount of English words deriving from Latin, via French, English speakers will also recognize quite a few Norwegian words. Additionally, several English words have been “imported” in recent years, including “trendy”, “jeans” and “yess!” to name a few. Norwegian is vastly similar to written Danish, and also very similar to Swedish, written and oral. Words are longer in Norwegian than English, because compound words are written together.

OUR DANISH TRANSLATION SERVICES:

Danish to/from English
Danish to/from Norwegian
Danish to/from Swedish
Danish to/from German
Danish to/from French
Danish to/from Spanish

DANISH AT A GLANCE:
  • Germanic language, spoken by 5 million people
  • 2 languages in Norway: Norwegian and Sami
  • 2 official variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk
  • Similar to Swedish and Danish
  • Words are typically longer than in English

Norwegian is the official language spoken in Norway, Europe’s most Northern country. While there are two official languages in Norway, namely Norwegian and Sami, the latter is spoken only by a small minority mainly in the Northern parts of the country. Norwegian consists of two variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk, both of which are taught at all Norwegian schools. Bokmål derived from Danish from the period of time when Norway was
ruled by Denmark, whereas Nynorsk derived from the old Norwegian spoken dialects. Due to the former variant being spoken by the majority of the population, Bokmål is the variant most often referred to as “Norwegian”. Norwegian is spoken by around 5 million people. Most Norwegian speakers reside in Norway, but there are also noteable Norwegian speaking groups residing in the US, the UK, Sweden and Denmark.

A Germanic language, many Norwegian terms are similar, or even identical, to German and French words. Due to the vast amount of English words deriving from Latin, via French, English speakers will also recognize quite a few Norwegian words. Additionally, several English words have been “imported” in recent years, including “trendy”, “jeans” and “yess!” to name a few. Norwegian is vastly similar to written Danish, and also very similar to Swedish, written and oral. Words are longer in Norwegian than English, because compound words are written together.

OUR FINNISH TRANSLATION SERVICES:

Finnish to/from English

 

FINNISH AT A GLANCE:
  • Germanic language, spoken by 5 million people
  • 2 languages in Norway: Norwegian and Sami
  • 2 official variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk
  • Similar to Swedish and Danish
  • Words are typically longer than in English

Norwegian is the official language spoken in Norway, Europe’s most Northern country. While there are two official languages in Norway, namely Norwegian and Sami, the latter is spoken only by a small minority mainly in the Northern parts of the country. Norwegian consists of two variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk, both of which are taught at all Norwegian schools. Bokmål derived from Danish from the period of time when Norway was
ruled by Denmark, whereas Nynorsk derived from the old Norwegian spoken dialects. Due to the former variant being spoken by the majority of the population, Bokmål is the variant most often referred to as “Norwegian”. Norwegian is spoken by around 5 million people. Most Norwegian speakers reside in Norway, but there are also noteable Norwegian speaking groups residing in the US, the UK, Sweden and Denmark.

A Germanic language, many Norwegian terms are similar, or even identical, to German and French words. Due to the vast amount of English words deriving from Latin, via French, English speakers will also recognize quite a few Norwegian words. Additionally, several English words have been “imported” in recent years, including “trendy”, “jeans” and “yess!” to name a few. Norwegian is vastly similar to written Danish, and also very similar to Swedish, written and oral. Words are longer in Norwegian than English, because compound words are written together.

OUR ICELANDIC TRANSLATION SERVICES:

Icelandic to/from English

ICELANDIC AT A GLANCE:
  • Germanic language, spoken by 5 million people
  • 2 languages in Norway: Norwegian and Sami
  • 2 official variants, Bokmål and Nynorsk
  • Similar to Swedish and Danish
  • Words are typically longer than in English

our guarantee

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We offer an unprecedented guarantee of unlimited free revisions for 1 year after delivery
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Your documents will be translated by a native translator qualified to ISO 17100:2015 stardard
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Your documents are processed in strict confidentiality, never subjected to machine translation

our PRICES

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MT POST-EDIT
€0.06
Per Word
Post-Edited Machine Translation
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Quality Assurance Included
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Fluent and Creative Translation
Focus on Branding and Style
Edited by a Second Linguist
TRANSLATION
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Translation, Edit, Proof
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Focus on Branding and Style
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CERTIFIED
€0.18
Per Hour
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Qualified, Specialized Translator
Quality Assurance Included
Market leading rate
Accurate terminology
Fluent and Creative Translation
Focus on Branding and Style
Edited by a Second Linguist