Casinos supporting Norwegian language
One of the North Germanic languages, Norwegian is spoken mostly in Norway and, alongside Danish and Swedish, they form a continuum of languages which can be intelligible to one another, at least to a major extent, as there are a few differences.
There are two different forms of Norwegian, the Bokmål and the Nynorsk. The two are also followed by other two, unofficial ones.
Norwegian is very similar to Swedish, but there are multiple variations based on the dialect. Most of the reflex consonants are appearing only in the East Norwegian language based on sandhi.
When it comes to the accent, Norwegian has two different accents as well, and these are used for the differentiation of two syllable words that have an identical pronunciation.
You have 29 letters in the Norwegian alphabet, all of them based on the Latin script. There are some loanwords in the language, but these have been adapted so the scrip has not been changed.
When it comes to the nouns, it's important to note that most of them are declined or inflected in definiteness as well as number. Based on the dialect, the definite nouns can also be declined in their case.