Bokmål (UK: //, US: / -/-,; lit. 'book language') is one of two official written forms of Norwegian; the other is Nynorsk. Bokmål is used by 85-90% of the population in Norway and the usual way to teach to foreign students.
|norsk • bokmål|
|Pronunciation||[nɔʂk] • [ˈbuːkmɔːl]|
|Native to||Norway, Denmark|
|~ 5.32 million|
|Latin (Norwegian alphabet)|
Official language in
|Regulated by||Norwegian Language Council (Bokmål proper)|
Norwegian Academy (Riksmål)
Bokmål is regulated by the government's Norwegian Language Council. A more conservative orthographic standard is called Riksmål, which is regulated by the non-governmental Norwegian Academy for Language and Literature.
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- https://snl.no/bokm%c3%a5l. Store norske leksikon
- Vikør, Lars. "Fakta om norsk språk". Retrieved 2009-08-04.
|Bokmål edition of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia|