Italian Translation Services

italian translation

Language Connections utilizes a staff of professional linguists to provide Italian translation, interpreting and localization services. As native speakers of the language, they have a natural grasp of the sentence structure and multiple verb tenses that differentiate Italian from English. Their expertise in a wide range of technical, medical and business fields means we can offer top-quality translations in any subject area. Need Italian subtitles for an interview? Call us.

Italian language services

We offer a full range of Italian translation services to support communication goals, including:

  • Italian document translation
  • Italian interpretation
  • Italian website localization
  • Italian graphics and DTP
  • Italian multicultural marketing
  • Italian subtitling and voiceovers
  • Italian transcription
  • Italian E-learning support
  • Italian language consulting and training
  • Italian conference services

Italian as a Language

Italian is a Romance language descended from Vulgar Latin, as are French, Spanish, Portuguese and Romanian, though Italian remains the least changed in terms of vocabulary. With over 60 million native speakers, it is primarily used in Italy and Vatican City but is also an official language in Switzerland, San Marino, Malta and the European Union. Italian is also found in expatriate communities in Europe, Australia and North America.
Until quite recently Italy was divided into city-states, each with its own culture and dialect of Italian. Though the country unified, regional dialects are still widely spoken alongside standard Italian. The standardized language is based on the Tuscan dialect spoken in Northern Italy, specifically Florence, home of the famed poet Dante Alighieri. Dante’s Divina Commedia was read throughout the country after its publication in the 14th century, and the dialect it was written in became the standard of all educated Italians.
The Italian Renaissance sparked a renewal of the language’s strength and prestige. Still, there was much disagreement as to how to standardize it for every Italian, including the uneducated. It was not until Napoleon’s conquest of Italy in the early 19th century that movement towards a single, unified Italy began in earnest. Even so, when the nation unified in 1861, only 2.5% of its population could speak the standardized dialect.

Italian translation services for your industry

As one of the largest Italian translation services provider, Language Connections offers specialized linguistic solutions to a number of industries, including Life Sciences, Law, Technology and Business.

Ready to connect with an Italian translator for your project, or need more details? Get a free, no commitment quote from a dedicated project manager today!

Our Clients