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German Translation and Interpreting / Interpretation Services
Professional German Translators and Interpreters Worlwide
English to German, German to English and multiple other languages.
Have your business activities run into German language barriers? Do you require the services of a professional translator or interpreter for documents, events or meetings? If so, you have come to the right place! TJC Global offers German translation and interpreting services to suit every business requirement and can cater for locations across the globe, including Europe, Asia, the Middle East, the USA, South America, Africa and Australia.
Our German linguists have expertise in a wide variety of different industries, in addition to native level of both German and at least one other language. Our network of professional German interpreters also includes certified conference and legal interpreters. This allows us to find the perfect translator and/or interpreter for your project, ensuring accurate and well-informed language support every time.
We also specialise in providing German deposition interpreters, and have worked for clients and organisations in many cities worldwide, providing this service. Please see the link below for more details about our German legal specialists. Or to find out more about what we offer in any field, contact us directly.
For more information on the specific fields covered by our German translators and interpreters, please see the pages below:
German is the official language of Germany, and one of the twenty-three languages of the European Union. Native speakers number almost 100 million, with approximately 80 million speaking it as a second language. It is closely related to English, Dutch and Frisian languages, and uses the twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet plus three vowels with umlauts (also called diaeresis): ä, ö, ü, in addition to the "Scharfes 'S'" or "eszet": ß. German is also spoken in Austria, Luxembourg, Lichtenstein, some parts of Italy, and is one of the four main languages of Switzerland, the others being French, Italian and Romansh. Of course, in these countries, accents can be strong and Swiss German is well known for being relatively unintelligible to speakers of standard German.
There are also various German dialects within Germany, tracing back to the different German tribes, many of which demonstrate substantial differences in lexicon, phonology and syntax to standard or "High German". People from Bavaria (one of the Southern "Länder"), for instance, often have very different words for things than those in general use; while "Plattdeutsch" aka "Plattdüütsch" or "Low German" is a language of its own, traditionally spoken in the Northern counties of Germany, which uses an orthography similar to Dutch.
If you require language services for a specific German dialect, i.e. anything other than High German, please do not hesitate contact us. We will always do our very best to fulfil your requirements.
Just like any other nation, Germany has its own business etiquette. See our Doing Business in Germany Page to find out more.
Click below the map to read about some of the locations we cover in Germany:
Europe, USA, Asia, Africa, Middle East, South America, North America, Oceania, London, UK
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