Interpreter & Translator Norwegian ↔ German / English
Interpreter & Translator Norwegian ↔ German / English

Interpreter & Translator Norwegian ↔ German / English

Norwegian is spoken by Norway's nearly 5 million inhabitants. Actually, two languages are spoken in Norway: Bokmål and Nynorsk. Bokmål is a daughter language of Danish. Most Norwegians speak Bokmål. Nynorsk was established in the 18th century. It is descended from old Norwegian dialects. Nynorsk is spoken by 12% of the Norwegians, especially those in the rural areas. Both languages are official languages. Translations into Norwegian are mostly carried out into Bokmål. If a translation into Nynorsk is required, it is essential to mention this in order to be able to choose the right translator for the translation.

Qualified Translator Norwegian

The ISO 17100 certified Translation Agency Vienna | Connect Translations offers technical and legal specialist translations German Norwegian and English ↔ Norwegian. We guarantee consistently high quality by complying with strict qualification criteria when selecting our translators and by adhering to the Four Eyes principle. All translations into and from German, English and Norwegian are carried out by academically qualified translators who only translate into their native language, have excellent knowledge of the source and target language (German, English or Norwegian) and are also well versed in the terminology and the linguistic conventions of the respective specialist field (engineering, law, tourism, business etc.). Before being delivered to the client, every Norwegian translation carried out by one of our translators is compared with the source text by skilled proofreaders and checked in order to ensure that the translation is complete, grammatically correct, stylistically appropriate and that the terminology is consistent.

Norwegian Translators – Specialist Fields

The range of topics offered for Norwegian includes, but is not limited to:

  • technical translations (operating instructions, technical documents, data sheets, maintenance instructions, installation instructions, etc.).
  • legal translations (rental agreements, purchasing agreements, employment contracts, general terms and conditions, etc.)
  • financial translations (annual reports, tenders, etc.)
  • translation of marketing texts (SEO translation of websites and online shops, folders, catalogues, press releases, conference documents, etc.)

Specialist Translations Norwegian - Costs

The costs for Norwegian translations are calculated based on the number of words in the source language (German, English or Norwegian). Thus, our prices are always fixed prices. For larger projects, such as translations of websites or technical documentation, our translators use CAT tools, such as memoQ and Across. By using high-tech translation software, we can offer not only significant price advantages, but also translations carried out directly in the existing layout (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, InDesign, XML, PHP etc.). With InDesign files, we also need the IDML file.

Sworn Translation Norwegian

In addition to ISO 17100 certified specialist translations, Translation Agency Vienna | Connect Translations also offers sworn translations Norwegian ↔ German & vice versa. Sworn translations are produced by an Austrian court interpreter. A court interpreter confirms the exact conformity of the translation with the original by means of an attestation, his signature and a seal. Therefore, a revision carried out by a second translator is not included. The costs for sworn translations are calculated according to the number of lines in the target language.

Interpreter Norwegian German - Costs

Translation Agency Vienna | Connect Translations works with professional simultaneous interpreters and consecutive interpreters for Norwegian. In addition to Norwegian, their working languages are German & English. Interpreting fees for Norwegian are calculated according to the time the interpretation takes. Usually, a half day’s rate includes up to 4 hours and a full day’s rate up to 8 hours. For each hour after that, the fee will be determined at an hourly rate. The interpreter’s fee includes not only the act of interpreting itself, but also intensive and individual preparation for the interpreting assignment. Additional costs (travel costs to and from the location, accommodation, compensation for travel time) may arise if the location of the assignment is not where the interpreter usually works.

Interpreting equipment/technical conference equipment rental

At our interpreting agency in Vienna, you can rent the latest interpreting equipment (soundproof interpreting booths, public address systems, headphones etc.), portable interpretation systems, discussion equipment and the latest conference and event equipment.