Arabic is a very old language, and just as with some other languages, there are many different dialects, and it is considered a sociolinguistic language. This means that the dialects would likely be considered different languages based on linguistics, but instead they are commonly grouped together as a single language for political and/or ethnic reasons. Of the many dialects, Arabic is the first language of 280 million people.
- Our Arabic translators are fluent in both Arabic and English, work within a wide range of specialties and come from a diverse set of regions. You can count on us to deliver low-cost, accurate and culturally correct translations no matter where your target market is located.
- We have an in-house typesetting team. This allows for a quick turnaround, and prompt revisions when required.
- We are proficient users of industry-leading Translation Memory software. This means lower costs, faster turnarounds and more consistency for your projects.