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In a world with roughly 6,000 languages, there’s always something for us to do. We translate into any language requested by our clients. If you can’t find the language you’re looking for in the list below, please contact us.
Half of all our translations are into Swedish from other languages. The most common request we receive where Swedish texts are concerned is translation from English. But German, other Nordic languages, French, Italian and Spanish are also recurring source languages. Most of the Swedish translations we do are into the Swedish we speak in Sweden. But we also sometimes translate into Finland Swedish, spoken by Finns who have Swedish as their native language.Contact us for a quote
English is the second most common language we translate into after Swedish. Most of our English translations are from Swedish, but we also translate from other Nordic languages. In addition to translation, we revise a lot of English texts. As correct English is crucial in a professional context, you can engage one of our experts to check your English texts.Contact us for a quote
We translate a large number of words into Norwegian every year. The most common request we receive is English and Swedish into Norwegian, but we also translate from other languages. There are two official written languages in Norway: Nynorsk and Bokmål. Nynorsk is not new – it was developed in the middle of the 19th century. The majority of people in Norway use Bokmål, while in some regions, Nynorsk is the first language. Whether you need to translate into Bokmål or Nynorsk, we can help.Contact us for a quote
We translate a large number of words into Finnish every year. The most common request we receive is Swedish and English to Finnish, but also Finnish to English and Swedish. In addition to these language combinations, we can translate into Finnish from other languages requested by our clients.Contact us for a quote
We translate a large number of words into Danish every year. Danish is spoken by about 5 million people in Denmark and about 60,000 people in Southern Schleswig in Germany, where it has minority language status. Several of our employees have studied Nordic languages and Danish is a favourite!Contact us for a quote
Around 500 million people have Spanish as their mother tongue, making it the world’s second largest language (as a first language). We work with translators in Europe and America when translating into Spanish. The most common requests we receive are English and Swedish to European and Latin American Spanish.Contact us for a quote
French is a language that is very much influenced by the culture in which it is spoken. On many occasions, especially when it comes to marketing texts, a literal translation of a text is not sufficient. Texts need further processing to make them relevant to the people reading them. When you depart from the source text in this way, it is known as transcreation. You simply recreate the original intent of the text. The most common requests we receive for French are translations into and from Swedish and English.Contact us for a quote
We receive a lot of requests for translations into and from German. Most commonly, we translate from German into and from English, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish. But we also translate from German into other languages.Contact us for a quote
Italian is one of the major European languages. In the translation industry, we call the biggest languages FIGS or “The Big Four”, where Italian is the “I”. It is common to translate marketing and communication materials into Italian to reach new markets in Europe. The most common requests we receive for Italian translations are into and from German, English, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish.Contact us for a quote
We work a great deal with Chinese translations. The most common request we receive is Chinese into and from English, but we also translate Chinese into and from other languages. Over a billion people have Chinese as their first language, making it the world’s largest and fastest-growing language. There are two writing systems: Simplified Chinese, used in mainland China, and Traditional Chinese, used mainly in Taiwan and Hong Kong. We translate both.Contact us for a quote
We have extensive experience in translating Japanese texts, and the most common request we receive is Japanese into and from English. But we also translate Japanese into and from other languages. Japanese is a language that is very much influenced by the culture in which it is spoken. On many occasions, especially when it comes to marketing texts, a literal translation of a text is not sufficient. Texts need further processing to make them relevant to the people reading them. When you depart from the source text in this way, it is known as transcreation. With Japanese, it’s crucial to work with experts so that the translations come across as intended.Contact us for a quote
Like Swedish and English, Dutch is a Germanic language. About 28 million people speak Dutch today, most of whom live in the Netherlands, Belgium, Suriname and Indonesia. We usually translate Dutch into and from English and Swedish. But we can also translate Dutch into and from other languages.Contact us for a quote
We have extensive experience in translating Arabic. The most common request we receive is Arabic into and from Swedish and English. But we also translate Arabic into and from other languages. Arabic is written and read from right to left, which has often caused problems for people who are not used to translating. So it’s a good idea to engage an expert for Arabic translations, who can also proofread the texts after translation.Contact us for a quote
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