So, to (two) and spraklig (linguistic) are combined to make bilingual? hmm, interesting.
It varries, in the broadest sense it means that one is able to speak 2 languages, though (in Europe at least) the term is usually reserved for people that have been raised with 2 languages as native tongue. (E.g. one parent is an English native speaker and the other a Norwegian native speaker and they decide to raise their children in both languages)
I am a trilingual person who is trying to become polylingual, by achieving Norwegian.
Så er jeg polylingual når jeg kjenner mer enn tre språk? Jeg vistte ikke at det ord betyr dette. Er det sann?
Yes, though you're more likely to be referred to as a "polyglot".
In Norwegian, the word is "flerspråklig".
Hello! I know I have no concern with this, but I am currently learning Swedish so I would like to know how similar are those languages between themselves (including Danish).