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Norwegian History

Norwegian language has developed from Old Norse language. Thus is very similar to all other Scand avian languages of this area that is Sweden, Danish and Icelandic as well as faros. Viking traders have been responsible for spreading this language from Europe till Russia, that is the reason one finds many of Serbians speaking Scandinavian languages including Norwegian. Old Norse developed in to Western and Eastern Norse languages and Norwegian and Icelandic languages are part of Western Norse variant of Norse languages.1350-1525 is transition period from old Norse to development of Scandinavian language and is termed as Middle Norwegian period. During this time Middle German words were incorporated in the language and language form and structure underwent lots of changes in reference to grammar, vocabulary and pronunciations. This is noted as compared to changes in languages of Faros Island's language and Icelandic languages.

1397 Norway was merged with Denmark and Sweden and came under Danish rule this was Kalmar Union and Danish was officially adopted and used in administrative work & governance of the state

1814 saw the end of this Union but by then Danish had already become an integral part of Norwegian language and was popularly spoken amongst urban elites and was called Dano –Norwegian coine

Ivan Aasen was a young lad of 22 years old who travelled across Norway in all parts of country trying to compare and unite the essence of language and he was major part of nationalist movement which demanded freedom o languages. He published his work in form of book which is called landsmal which is dialect of rural population and which means rural language and he called it the real national language

Bjornson tried to reconcile the fight between different language users in Norway by proposing unified term for then spoken language called 'riskmal' meaning national language. This name has been coined from Danish version of' Danish rigsmal. 'In 1929 'Riskmal' name was replaced by current version of 'bokmal'which today is officially and publically accepted as a main Norwegian language.

A further attempt was made to unite the two different languages of this region Nyorskand Bokmal by naming it 'Samnorsk'Common Norwegian in 1938.But due to strong opposition from nyorsk speaking people this was not successful and today Norway has two official languages 'NYORSK' and' Bokmal'.

Vowel phonemes of Standard Østnorsk

a

/ɑ/

Open back unrounded

ai

/ɑɪ̯/

 

au

/æʉ/

 

e (short)

/ɛ/, /æ/

open mid front unrounded

e (long)

/e/, /æ/

close-mid front unrounded

e (weak)

/ə/

schwa (mid central unrounded)

ei

/æɪ/, /ɛɪ/

 

i (short)

/ɪ/

close front unrounded

i (long)

/i/

close front unrounded

o

/u, o, ɔ/

close back rounded

oi

/ɔʏ/

 

u

/ʉ/, /u/

close central rounded (close front extra rounded)

y (short)

/ʏ/

close front rounded (close front less rounded)

y (long)

/y/

close front rounded (close front less rounded)

æ

/æ/, /ɛ/

near open front unrounded

ø

/ø/

close-mid front rounded

øy

/øʏ/

 

å

/ɔ/

open-mid back rounded

 

Norwegian vowels have 29 alphabets

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

Æ

Ø

Å

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

j

k

l

m

n

o

p

q

r

s

t

u

v

w

x

y

z

æ

ø

å

Modern Norwegian

Norwegian language is intelligible with Danish language and Swedish language. Together with faros and Icelandic languages, they form an integral part of Germanic languages along with faros and Icelandic languages. Since Scandinavian languages belong to same group, languages of this group are very similar to each other

There are two forms of written Norwegian language one is nyorsk and another is Bokmal. Bokmal is book language and NYORSK is New Norwegian language. Norwegian language Council is responsible for regulating this two languages and this is in their by law and administration. Rismark and Hognorsk are other two written form s of Norwegian language which does exist but has no official status and used for informal communication. This two are regulated by Norwegian academy. Hognorsk meaning high Norwegian is more pure form of Old Norwegian language.

Most of Norwegian speaks their own dialects in many forms in urban cities sociolect is defacto language of high and middle class people. This is very much influenced by Danish language and this is taught to foreigners as Norwegian language. Most of the Norwegian population is educated in both the languages Bokmal as well as Nyorsk. Norwegian broadcasting services have their broadcast in both this languages and media also follows the same pattern. All the government agencies support both languages although popularity and usage of Bokmal is almost 92% and Nyorsk is only 8%.in comparison with each other.