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CCJK.com with its extraordinary advantages for Norwegian Translation services:
We have Norwegian translators to cover every specialist subject, including but not limited to:
Initial Translation (T):
a. Assignment of jobs to our native translators with related industry experience.
b. Should the translators encounter any uncertainties or questions about the source text during this period, we will receive a query log list with questions in order to get answers/explanations/confirmation from the clients.
Independent Editing (E):
c. Assignment of the initially translated files along with the query log to an independent freelancer for editing.
d. Editing of the translation to ensure quality and accuracy; ensuring consistency of terminology and linguistic style throughout all the documents; ensuring formatting is accurate and the same as in the source files.
e. Questions listed in query log are solved and at the same time, both questions and answers are sent to the clients in order to confirm that they are handled correctly.
Proofreading for Q & A (P):
f. Another round of proofreading by a third reviewer, checking fluency of the language; check for basic mistakes such as typos, omissions, grammatical errors, etc.
g. Feedback of the confirmed queries to the translators; completion of a final proofreading to the translation to assure everything is completely ready for delivery.
CCJK commitments to You:
Generally, Norway has three official languages. They are Bokmål (Book Language), Nynorsk (New Norwegian) and the Sámi language.
Around the country some 272 dialects of the Norwegian language continue to be spoken in rural areas. The Sámi minority people of North Norway speak their own languages but also learn Norwegian in school. Although Danes, Swedes and Norwegians can understand each other’s languages, only 4 million people in the world speak Norwegian. Norwegian belongs to the northern group of Germanic languages. It is very close to Swedish and Danish and is also related to English, German and Dutch. English is taught in all Norwegian schools and is spoken widely as a foreign language.
Norwegian and Scandinavian Languages
Most consonants are pronounced the same way that you would pronounce them in English but there are a few exceptions:
• J is pronounced like the “y” in yes
• R is a little more “rolled” than the English R
• KJ, KI and KY make a soft k-sound without actually blocking the throat, so that the air makes a sound as it squeezes out
• SJ, SKY, SKJ and SKI as in shopHere are some basic phrases to get you started:
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