It is one of the oldest languages in the world. It belongs to the Semitic language family and it is divided into two parts: literary and colloquial language.
The literary language (normally called Classical Arabic). It is the language of Quran and it is the standard language that is the same in all the Arabic countries. It never changes, and it can be learned only in academic way. Translation Agency Littera offers easy and fast Arabic Translation Services.
How Many People Speak Arabic
Arabic speakers reach more than 200 million in the world in 28 countries in Africa and the Middle East.
Member States of the Arab League
- United Arab Emirates
It is used in formal situations as well as in books, newspapers and scientific studies. In contrary, colloquial Arabic consists of many spoken dialects and many of them are not mutually intelligible. The main dialects are the ones used in Iraq, Arabia, Egypt, Syria and North Africa. These dialects are mainly used as colloquial language and it has no official written form.
The first known written evidence of Arabic was found in Syrian desert and it is believed it originates from the 4th century. The ancient Arabic tribes had a great tradition of oral poetry which was not collected systematically in a written form until the 8th century. What makes Arabic special is that it is written from the right side to the left.
When learning the Arabic alphabet and writing in Arabic it is very important to pay attention to the dots. They are used to differentiate one letter from another and a single dot added by accident may change the meaning of the whole word.
Official Arabic Translation of Documents: When is it Needed?
This service is required to process various source material:
- contracts and agreements;
- project estimate documents;
- scientific research works,
- passports and birth certificates;
- marriage and divorce certificates,
- marriage contracts;
- documents for receiving inheritance;
- court documents
It must be understood that the translation of documents is provided not only from Arabic into English, but also vice versa. In our office you can order translations in both directions. In addition, the appropriate linguist is selected according to the content of the source and the orientation towards the language group requested in the final document. To avoid any errors and inaccuracies, the text is read by a professional editor after translation.
An Arabic translator is available at the Littera Translation Agency. We have about 10 Arabic translators and proofreaders.
We can help you with Arabic to English translation! We work with more than 80 other languages. Ask our manager for your language pair.
Our Most Frequently Used Arabic Translations:
- English – Arabic
- Farsi – Arabic
- Spanish – Arabic
- Swedish – Arabic
- German – Arabic
- French – Arabic
- Czech – Arabic
- Lithuanian – Arabic
- Russian – Arabic
- Latvian – Arabic
- Danish – Arabic
- Estonian – Arabic
- Finnish – Arabic
Translation Services Provided:
- certified translation from English to Arabic
- official translation from Arabic to English
- certified Arabic to English translator
- translation of documents from English to Arabic
- English to Arabic translation services
- notarized translation Arabic to English
- text translation from English to Arabic
- localization of sites into Arabic
- editing into/from Arabic
- medical translation into/from Arabic
- translation of science into/from Arabic
- literature translation into/from Arabic
- translation of poetry into/from Arabic
- translation of books into/from Arabic
- legal translation into/from Arabic
We guarantee full confidentiality of your documents because we work under NDA agreements (non- disclosure) with our translators and other suppliers. Clients are safe with us.
Price quotation within 30 minutes.
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