We offer translations from and into German to clients from a variety of industries: from athletic equipment vendors to the oil industry, our professional translators have experience in a range of businesses and fields. Our translators work exclusively into their mother tongue, and we employ only qualified translators to provide high quality services to our customers. As a provider of German translations, we continue to meet the needs of all our clients, from solicitors and hospital managers to retailers in need of professional translation services. We also comply with industry standards when selecting our translators for projects and jobs. This ensures both timely and professional services for all our customers.
With us, clients are guaranteed:
- Professional and affordable services
- Highest quality of translators who only work into their mother tongue
- German translation services for most businesses and industries
- Professional customer services for all questions and concerns
The German Language
The German language is one of the world’s leading languages. With over 100 million native speakers, it is the most spoken language in the EU. The German language also shares common lingual roots with both Dutch and English. The German vocabulary is also derived from the Indo-European language family. In fact, several German words are derived from Greek, Latin, and French as well. Its alphabet entails 26 letters, and is written and based on the Latin alphabet. In addition to Europe, German is widely spoken in Africa, North America, South America, Oceania, and even Polynesia.
Where German is spoken
Spoken natively by approximately 100 million people, German is definitely one of world’s most popular languages. It is the most widely spoken first language in the EU, where it is also one of the official languages. It is the official language in 6 countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Belgium) and recognised minority language in 18 countries.
6 countries (official language)
100 million speakers
18 countries (minority language)