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Here are some interesting facts about Norwegian

Norwegian, or norsk, belongs in the same language family – West Germanic – with Swedish and Danish. The three languages are so closely related that their speakers are able to naturally understand each other.

There are two official forms of written Norwegian – Norwegian Bokmål and Norwegian Nynorsk.

Both versions have a great variety of optional forms. Broadly speaking, Bokmål is a Norwegianised version of Danish, while Nynorsk is based on local dialects and acts in opposition to Danish.

Additionally, two unofficial forms also exist – Riksmål, which is quite similar to Bokmål but with even more of a Danish influence, and Høgnorsk, a purist version of Nynorsk with limited use.

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