Language Connections delivers first-rate legal translation quickly. We use their interpreters for international training programs. These people are true professionals. We have found them to be extremely reliable and flexible.
Language Connections provides a full suite of German language services thanks to our team of German translators and interpreters. Our professional linguists work in business, medicine, technology, and many other fields. They are adept at translating concise English phrasing into the complex structures that formal German demands. Need a German translation of your quality-control information? Call us.
German language services
We offer a full range of German language services to support communication goals, including:
- German document translation
- German interpretation
- German website localization
- German graphics and DTP
- German multicultural marketing
- German subtitling and voiceovers
- German transcription
- German E-learning support
- German language consulting and training
- German conference services
German as a Language
German is a West Germanic language most closely related to Dutch, English and Frisian. It is one of the most commonly spoken languages, with approximately 120 million native speakers and 80 million non-native speakers worldwide. While it is primarily spoken in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, there are also native German 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, most notably in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Argentina. Over 100,000 German political refugees and entrepreneurs came to Latin America in the 20th century. In Brazil, the majority of German speakers are found in the Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina and Sao Paulo.
In the United States, German is the fifth most spoken language after English, Spanish, Chinese and French. In North and South Dakota it is the second most commonly spoken language after English. There are more Americans with German ancestry than any other ethnic group, an influence visible in the many German names of American cities such as Bismarck, Munich, Karlsruhe and Strasburg in North Dakota, or Berlin and Germantown in Wisconsin.
Peggy VidalInternational Manager, National Judicial College
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I want to thank you again for all of your help in making our program with Moscow State University a great success! Everything about the written and verbal translation went smoothly. It’s always a pleasure working with the team at Language Connections. We are very grateful for your support and look forward to working together again.
Ronni Baerkhahn Northeastern University
You guys do great work and we’re always appreciative of it so I’m happy to recommend you when asked.
Program ManagerMinisterial Leadership in Health Program, Boston Area University
These translations look great. You have done a great job making the Russian science jargon into understandable English sentences. It is also impressive that you managed to translate the last application with only a few days’ notice. Thank you for the high quality work!
Project ManagerCRDF Global
Language Connections has translated many of our documents into various languages. They are cost-effective, on-time, and reliable.
Diane McClellandMarketing Communications Director, Telkonet, Inc.