The Norwegian language
Norwegian is a North-Germanic language from Scandinavia that is spoken by more than 4.5 million people. Norwegian is the second largest Scandinavian language. Because it is quite similar to Danish and Swedish, people in Scandinavia can understand and read Norwegian. In addition, Norwegian has acquired many German words. Like those of Swedish, Norwegian has distinctive sounds due to the intonation and the melody. There are many different dialects in Norway, which can sometimes differ widely from each other. It is, however, generally mutually acceptable to use these dialects. Unlike Swedish or Danish, Norwegian has two written languages. Bokmål and Nynorsk. The majority of Norwegians write in Bokmål, which is very akin to Danish.