Translations into Italian
Italian is one of the most widespread languages in the world. Translations into Italian are requested particularly for the fashion, food, culture and tourism sectors. These are, in fact, the sectors in which the Made in Italy brand always stands out globally.
Translations into English
English is the language of the global society. From international political institutions to technical and financial glossaries, the vocabulary is British. A company that wants to define itself as international must be able to communicate in English. For this reason, and because they are the most important, translations into English are the most requested.
Translations into German
As one of the most important countries in the world for the import/export market, Germany represents a significant share of the global goods and financial trade.
Germany has the ability to attract investments from all over the world because it is one of the biggest global powers of the century. In the last few years, more and more jobs around the world are requesting knowledge of the German language.
Translations into German are certainly among the most requested in the world.
Translations into French
Before being replaced by English as the official language of European institutions, French was the official language of continental politics.
Although it is, today, the second official language of modern Europe, French is, in effect, a colonial language covering Europe, parts of Africa and the Middle East.
Translations into Chinese
If English is the most widespread language in geographical terms, Chinese is without a doubt the most populous language.
With 848 million native speakers, Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world.
The period of economic expansion that China has been experiencing over the last decade has forced many international companies to speak Chinese, and for this reason, translations into Chinese are today a constant requirement.
Translations into Russian
With around 170 million native speakers in 2010, Russian is the eighth most spoken language in the world. Famous for its unfathomable grammar and charming Cyrillic script, it remains one of the six languages spoken in the UN and one of the most important languages of global literature, having given rise to the literary genres which include the works of Dostoevskij, Nabokov, Cechov, Gogol, Tolstoj and Puskin.
Translations into Nordic languages
“Nordic languages” refers to the linguistic family of the Scandinavian countries. Northern European translations are often requested in a variety of languages and not only for one language in particular. Although these languages belong to different countries, from a social and economic point of view, exchanges and relationships between the countries are very strong.
Below is a detailed list of the languages defined as “Nordic”:
- Icelandic (in Iceland)
- Faroese (in the Fær Øer / Faroe Islands)
- Norn (extinct after the transfer of the Shetland and Orkney islands to Scotland)
- Insular Danish
- Eastern Danish
- Jutland dialect (in Jutland)
- Sveamål (in Svealand, Gästrikland and southern Hälsingland)
- Norrländska mål (dialects in Norrland, except for in Gästrikland and in southern Hälsingland, and the Härjedalen and Jämtland dialects which can be classified as Trøndersk)
- Götamål (in Västergötland, Östergötland, Dalsland, Värmland and Småland)
- Östsvenska mål
- Fenno-Swedish (in some coastal areas of Finland)
- Sydsvenska mål (South Swedish dialect) or Scanian, originally a variant of the Danish spoken in Skåneland, the very southern tip of the Scandinavian peninsula, is considered by some to be a separate language to Swedish and Danish.
Translations into Japanese
Japanese is an agglutinative language characterised by an honorary system that reflects the hierarchical nature of Japanese society, with verbal forms and specific vocabulary to indicate the social status of the speaker and the listener. The Japanese writing system uses Kanji (Chinese characters) and two Kana scripts (syllabic scripts based on simplified Chinese characters), as well as the Latin alphabet and Arabic numbers.
Translations into Baltic languages
Japanese is an agglutinative language characterised by an honorary system that reflects the hierarchical nature of Japanese society, with verbal forms and specific vocabulary to indicate the social status of who is speaking and who is listening. The Japanese writing system uses Kanji (Chinese characters) and two Kana scripts (syllabic scripts based on simplified Chinese characters), as well as the Latin alphabet and Arabic numbers.