It’s a language that has a weak, simplified inflection, but at the same time its active vocabulary is based on derivation and composition. It is a V2 language, which means that the verb in an indicative sentence is always in the logical secondary position. There are variants of Norwegian, such as bokmål, or bookish, and nynorsk, or ‘New Norwegian’. The Norwegian language is extremely rich in a huge number of dialects. The exact number is still unknown, but it is assumed that there may be about 400. Each separate part of Norway has its own unique dialect; that is why it sometimes happens that people from distant regions (administrative units, equivalents of Polish provinces) may have communication problems.