Languages

Do you want to get your message out to a global marketplace?

We work in over 50 languages with clients who are very active in a variety of export markets. As such, we are confident that we can cover all the major languages required by exporters in all the important market sectors.

With over 25 years’ translation experience, you can trust us to translate your key messages into the key export languages and support your brand worldwide.

Here Are Our Most Popular Languages

  • The Facts

    • There are around 280 million Arabic native speakers worldwide.
    • Arabic is an official language in 26 countries, including Algeria, Egypt, Israel (along with Hebrew), Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the UAE.
    • It is the 5th most spoken language in the world.

    Arabic

  • The Facts

    • 1 in 5 of the world’s population speaks a form of Chinese.
    • Mandarin is the official language of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong (which is now once more part of the PRC) and Taiwan.
    • Mandarin is by far the most widely used version of Chinese, with nearly 1 billion speakers.

    Chinese + Cantonese & Mandarin

  • The Facts

    • There are around 10 million Czech speakers in the world.
    • Along with being spoken by the majority of Czech citizens, it’s also considered a minority language in Poland, Serbia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Bulgaria, and Austria.

    Czech

  • The Facts

    • Spoken by around 6 million people, it is an official language in Denmark and the Faroe Islands. It is also spoken as a native language by about 20% of the population of Greenland, where it holds official language status.
    • Danish, Swedish and Norwegian are all derived from Old Norse so as a result, they share strong similarities and are mutually intelligible.

    Danish

  • The Facts

    • Dutch is a West Germanic language derived from the Frankish language, which also influenced Old French.
    • There are 28 million Dutch-speakers worldwide, including 22 million native speakers.
    • Dutch is mostly spoken in the Netherlands and Belgium, as well as in the Dutch Antilles and Suriname.

    Dutch

  • The Facts

    • There are around 5 million native speakers of Finnish.
    • It is an official minority language in Karelian-Russia, parts of Sweden, and the far north of Norway. There are also a few small Finnish speaking communities in the USA and Canada, consisting mostly of Finnish immigrants.

    Finnish

  • The Facts

    • There are around 220 million French speakers worldwide, including 80 million native speakers.
    • It’s an official language in 29 countries, including, Belgium, Canada, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Congo, Mali, Senegal, Vietnam & Cambodia and it is spoken on every continent.
    • France is the most visited country in the world with 75 million tourists every year.

    French

  • The Facts

    • German is spoken by 95 million native speakers worldwide and is the 3rd most widely taught language.
    • It is an official language in South Tyrol (Italy), Belgium and Luxembourg, and a minority language in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Namibia.

    German

  • The Facts

    • There are around 85 million Italian speakers across the world, including 65 million native speakers within the EU.
    • Italian is an official language in San Marino, Switzerland and Vatican City.
    • It is a minority language in various countries across the world, including in the United States, Australia, and Malta.

    Italian

  • The Facts

    • Japanese is the official language of Japan, which has a population of over 125m.
    • There are also around 2.5m people who speak Japanese as their first language, living in Brazil and the rest of the Americas, particularly the US.
    • It is the 9th most spoken language in the world.

    Japanese

  • The Facts

    • Approximately 3 million people speak Lithuanian, making it one of the least common languages in Europe.
    • Lithuanian is a Baltic language and is the official language of Lithuania as well as one of the official languages of the EU.
    • Lithuanian is a very old language. It is related to Sanskrit (a classical language of India) Latin and Ancient Greek.

    Lithuanian

  • The Facts

    • Norwegian is spoken by about 4 million people in Norway and another 1 million in the other Scandinavian countries and North America.
    • Norwegian is a North Germanic language and is originally derived from Old Norse.
    • Norwegian is mutually intelligible with Danish and Swedish.

    Norwegian

  • The Facts

    • There are around 55 million Polish speakers across the world.
    • Polish is the official language of Poland, which has a population of 39 million people.
    • There are big Polish-speaking communities in Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Lithuania, the UK, the Ukraine, the US and Russia.

    Polish

  • The Facts

    • Ranked as the 6th most natively spoken language in the world, Portuguese is spoken by 260 million people worldwide.
    • Portuguese is the fastest-growing European language after English.
    • It is widely spoken in 4 continents: Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia.

    Portuguese

  • The Facts

    • Russian is spoken by 260 million people worldwide.
    • It’s the official language of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and a recognised regional language in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
    • Russian is also a significant minority language in the Baltic countries and Central Asia and is still used as a lingua franca in the former Soviet countries.

    Russian

  • The Facts

    • Spanish is spoken by 559 million people around the world, including 470 million native speakers.
    • It’s the second most studied language in the world.
    • It is the official language in 22 countries.

    Spanish

  • The Facts

    • There are around 9 million native Swedish speakers across the world.
    • Swedish is mainly spoken in Sweden, and in some coastal parts of Finland.

    Swedish

  • The Facts

    • There are around 15 million native Turkish speakers in Southeast Europe and 65 million native speakers in Western Asia.
    • Turkish is spoken by small groups of ethnic Turks in Iraq, Greece, Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania and some other regions of Eastern Europe.

    Turkish

Other Languages We Work With

  • Bosnian

  • Bulgarian

  • Croatian

  • Estonian

  • Flemish

  • Greek

  • Hebrew

  • Hungarian

  • Icelandic

  • Indian

  • Korean

  • Latvian

  • Romanian

  • Serbian

  • Slovakian

  • Urdu

  • Ukrainian

  • Welsh

If you don’t see the language you’re looking for listed above, please get in touch with us to see whether we’re able to provide what you need.

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