Welcome to WorldAccent, a London-based agency that has provided high-quality Norwegian translation services since 1989.
We can supply your business or organization with translations that are accurate, appropriate and sensitive to the profile of your readership.
An expert project manager from our multilingual team will look after your job from receipt through to delivery.
Find out how we can meet your Norwegian translation requirements by contacting us for a free quote.
Professional English to Norwegian translators
A successful translation pays attention to style, linguistic connotations and cultural appropriateness.
For English to Norwegian translations, we only employ mother-tongue professional translators with the educational background, specialisms and experience required for the subject matter of your document, be it medical, legal, technical or whatever else.
They will be fully briefed on the context of your assignment, including the target audience and the role of the document within any communication strategy.
Our use of the latest translation management software will ensure consistency within your current project and also across any related ones. It can also help to reduce costs and turnaround times.
If you wish, you may review your Norwegian translations prior to final delivery.
What can we translate into Norwegian?
Our team of translators cover a broad variety of subject matter. So whether your document is a business card, presentation, annual report, brochure, or an entire book, we can translate it into Norwegian.
We can handle most electronic document formats directly. There’s usually no need to create a new file or mark up what needs to be translated into Norwegian – just send us your English document as it stands and we will do the rest. Some of our most frequent file formats include InDesign, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, HTML, XML, Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Photoshop and subtitles.
Norwegian language background:
- Norwegian is a North Germanic language descended from Old Norse.
- Although there are many local variations of spoken Norwegian, there are two official or written forms, Nynorsk and Bokmål, despite past government attempts to unify them.
- There is also an unofficial written form in use called Riksmål, which stemmed from an earlier form of Bokmål.
- Nynorsk, Bokmål and Riksmål are all differing approaches to “Norwegianizing” (to a greater or lesser extent) the written or official language, which had been close to Danish.
- The most widely-used form of written or standard Norwegian today is Bokmål. Since later changes to it were rolled back in 2005, it is now close to Riksmål.
Other Norwegian language solutions
WorldAccent can also supply Norwegian to English translations, as well as a range of other Norwegian language services, including copywriting, proofreading and transcription.
We can also provide an integrated Norwegian typesetting service that is second to none. We apply the same high standards to translating your visual design from English to Norwegian as we do to the text itself, and our in-house studio has several decades of experience and accumulated skill in multilingual typesetting. Moreover, combining translation and typesetting in this way creates efficiencies and economies over carrying them out separately.
Norwegian translation, London project management and decades of experience
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