German Translation Services
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Language Connections offers professional German translation services with the help of our translation team of experts in German. We translate from English to German and from German 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 German medical translation, German legal translation, German business translation, German technical translation, and others. We can successfully translate your German industry specific documents with complete accuracy.
We also offer German interpreting services along with our extensive translation services. Our German 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 German interpreting.
Language Connections’ German services don’t end there. We also provide: localization, website and other informative material translation, voiceovers, and many more. No matter what your German translation needs are, Language Connections can achieve them for you. Feel free to contact us or request a free quote on your German project.
German Language and Translation
The German language is primarily spoken in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein. However, there are also native speakers in Northern Italy (in the Province of Bolzano-Bozen), in the East Cantons of Belgium and the French regions of Alsace and Lorraine, and in the former German colony of Namibia.
Over the last 200 years, German immigrants have settled in many countries throughout the world. The largest groups of German immigrants are in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Argentina. During the 20th century, over 100,000 German political refugees and entrepreneurs settled in Latin America. In Brazil, the majority of German speakers are found in the Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Sao Paulo.
German is the fifth most spoken language in the United States - after English, Spanish, Chinese and French – and in North and South Dakota German is the second most commonly spoken language after English. One indication of the German presence and influence in the United States is the many German names of places such as Bismarck, Munich, Karlsruhe and Strasburg in North Dakota or Berlin and Germantown in Wisconsin.
Fun Facts about German Translation
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