Translation

What type of translation do I choose?

We are professional linguists and would be glad to offer free advice for your business needs. Expert Language Solutions offer a range of translation services, including but not limited to:

You can contact us at any time. We translate 7 days a week throughout the year.

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Your most important choice when selecting a translation service is reliability

 

Translations you can rely on: A whole host of companies rely on us to get their translations right first time, including Freshfields and Select NY. We deliver your documents back to you, exactly how you want them, on time and at the price we quoted you.

Our promise: Language is constantly developing and evolving. To ensure our translators keep abreast of the language we use only native professionals who translate into their mother tongue and possess proven experience in the subject of your original document. Our extensive network of translators ensures that we can guarantee you a fast turnaround, even on large documents with short deadlines.

The best translation service to help start business with clients overseas:

  • We fulfill our promises.
  • We stick to our price quotations.
  • We pride ourselves in a personal and flexible service with our customers.
  • Every project and client gets our 100% attention – no job is too big or small

Some important factors for consideration:

Which country-specific dialect for your translation?

For example, Spanish is obviously the main language in Spain but also spoken throughout the whole of Latin America and by over 400 million people around the world, including the Philippines and the United Stated, as either a native or a second language, in 24 countries.

Getting the correct translation of your documents right can be very tricky. The Spanish language is spoken extensively around the world but there are a many linguistic and cultural nuances depending on where your documents are intended for use. We will discuss the target market of your document with you.

What is the target audience for your translation?

Clearly, if aimed at teenagers, it will need to use their terminology and possibly even slang. This attention to detail can make the difference between a successful translation and a bad one.


 

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