Norwegian is Norway’s official language, spoken by virtually all of the country’s 4 million inhabitants.
Norway’s geography and living conditions have a myriad of local and regional dialects. Today, they still in a strong position. Norwegian has two official written forms, one is “Bokmål” (Bokmål), one is the “new Norwegian” (Nynorsk). “Bokmål” is based on Danish – Norwegian language, the written text in Denmark with Norway on the basis of the pronunciation of the eastern dialects evolved. “New Norwegian” according to a compilation of various western Norwegian dialects by linguist Ivar Aasen in the 1850s.
Although the “Bokmål” in major cities Oslo and somewhat more widely used, it have the equal official status with “new Norwegian”. People Use the “new Norwegian” who stands at about 10 to 15%, mainly in the western coastal areas. Another “new Norwegian” is also used in government documents, literary, dramatic arts, public broadcasting and church services.
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