If you are looking for a professional German translation agency, then you have come to the right place. Translator UK has been working with some of the United Kingdom's best German translators since 1999.
As a professional German translation agency, we are able to hand-pick the most qualified German translators for your translation project, which means that we can offer you the lowest price for the best translation possible.
We also provide a free quotation; therefore, you can compare the costs of our services against our competitors quickly and without commitment.
Our team of experienced German translators will work with you to deliver whatever type of translation you require.
Below you will find a list of the most common services our German translators offer in the United Kingdom and throughout the world; Should you require any other type of service, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Common German Translation Services offered by Translator UK
- German Legal Translations
- German Mobile Application Translations
- German Certificate Translations
- German Certified Translations
- German Document Translations
- German Website Translations
- German User Manual Translations
German Translators Qualifications
All of our German translators have been thoroughly vetted and have at a bare minimum the following qualifications:
- University educated in translation
- Native German speakers
- Experienced with the subject matter of your German text
- Accredited by one or more translation institutes for their previous German translation experience
- References from other German translation agencies
At your request, comprehensive supporting documentation of the translator's credentials can be sent to you once the project has commenced. In larger projects, it is often beneficial for you to work directly with the German translator in conjunction with one of our project managers.
The German Language
History of German
The German language started with the separation of Old High German from Old Saxon back in the 6th centrury. It was primarily only a written language while spoken, people would still speak a dialect of Low Saxon or Low German. Still to this day, there are variations of German from region to region.
In the modern world, there are currently over 120 million native German speakers that speak one dialect of German. The largest concentration of these native speakers is of course, in Germany.
The German alphabet is based on the standard ISO basic Latin alphabet and also utilise four diacritic letters which although written, are not officially considered to be part of the alphabet.
Learn more about German history and the people who are speak German today by reading the following information on Wikipedia.org:
Contact German Translation Agency in the UK
To get in touch with one of our project managers and discuss your German translation requirements, please either call, email us or use our contact form.
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