About Norwegian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Norwegian is a North German language that is the official language in Norway. The dialect continuum of this language is similar to that of Swedish and Danish. It features local as well as regional varieties that are easy to distinguish. The native speakers are 5.32 million. This language is written in many standard forms but Nynorsk is the official one. Norwegian belongs to Indo-European and German language families. The retroflex consonants feature only in the Eastern dialect. Even the dialect of Northwestern Norwegian is quite similar to Spanish. The native speakers have a pitch accent that has two distinctive patterns just like Swedish. All the two-syllable words have identical pronunciations. As Norwegian doesn’t have accent marks it is pronounced with a simple tone.
About Spanish Language
According to Wikipedia.org, The Spanish language is from the Indo-European family. It is spoken by 360 million people all over the world. If we talk about the early 21st century Mexico had the highest number of speakers (around 85 million). In Columbia, there are around 40 million people while Argentina has around 35 million speakers. Even in the United States, there are more than 31 million speakers. Spanish is the official language of 18 American countries. This language has got the dialect from modern standard Spanish. Castilian dialect became popular in the 9th century and is spoken in central Spain around Madrid. During the late 15th century Castilian became the official language of Spain. The Castilian dialect is commonly used in all parts of Spain and is still going strong.