Arabic Translation Services
Language Connections offers professional Arabic translation services with the help of our translation team of experts in Arabic. We translate from English to Arabic and from Arabic to English language to satisfy all of your translation needs. What makes Language Connections unique is our team of expert translators who are also experts in other specific industries. We specialize in Arabic medical translation, Arabic legal translation, Arabic pharmaceutical translation, Arabic business translation, Arabic technical translation, and others. We can successfully translate your Arabic industry specific documents with complete accuracy.
We also offer Arabic interpretation services along with our extensive translation services. Our Arabic interpreters can aid in your business meetings, medical clinical trials, or legal proceedings. Our expert interpreters are more than willing to work around your needs and wishes when it comes to Arabic interpreting.
Language Connections’ Arabic services don’t end there. We also provide: localization, website and other informative material translation, voiceovers, and many more. No matter what your Arabic translation needs are, Language Connections can achieve them for you. Feel free to contact us or request a free quote on your Arabic project.
Arabic Language and Translation
Arabic is a Semitic language originating from the Arabian Peninsula and Horn of Africa whose various dialects are spoken by nearly 221 million people world-wide. Despite huge geographic distinctions in dialects, Modern Standard Arabic is the common literary form of the language and the dominant language of culture, media, and government. It is the official language of 22 countries and one of six official languages of the United Nations, the inextricable result of the rise of Islam as a major world religion.
Today Modern Standard Arabic is the universal and official language of the Arab world, including Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian West Bank and Gaza, Qatar, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. Most of these countries speak dialects of Arabic, and Standard Arabic is used in addition to local dialects primarily among educated classes.
Standard Arabic differs significantly from most local dialects. For example, although Iraqi Arabic is related to Modern Standard Arabic, it differs in the same way that Latin is related to but is different from Italian. In addition, country dialects also differ significantly from each other. For example, the difference between Moroccan Arabic and Kuwaiti Arabic can be compared to the difference between Portuguese and Romanian. Thus, the non-Arab-speaking world must consider that there are many variations of spoken Arabic, and must use interpreters that are familiar with both local dialects and Standard Arabic.
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