Arabic translation bureau
The Arabic language is derived from a Semitic language which was spoken in the Arabian peninsula. During the birth of Islam around the sixth century the Arabic language became closely associated with the religion.
Islam spread rapidly over the Middle East and North Africa, taking the Arabic language with it. In the process local languages disappeared and more and more people spoke Arabic. Worldwide there are now some 280 million people whose mother tongue is Arabic .
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A certified translation by The Hague's leading Arabic translation bureau
A certified Arabic to Dutch or Dutch to Arabic translation is performed by one of our certified translators. A certified or sworn translator is qualified at bachelor level or higher and is also authorised to translate official documents such as deeds, diplomas, extracts from the trade register or birth certificates .
A certified translation in 3 steps
Legalization of your Arabic translation
It can happen that your certified Arabic translation will also need to be legalised for the country where you wish to use it. We have set out what is needed for a legalization on a country by country basis.
Urgent Vertalen’s legalization service
Translation bureau Urgent Vertalen offers the service of having your certified translation legalised. Our translation bureau is situated at a strategic location in The Hague, between all the bodies that have to be visited for your legalization. This means that we are able to perform the entire legalization for you at a low price.
Why choose Urgent Vertalen’s legalization service?
A regular translation into or from Arabic
Naturally translations into or from Arabic do not always need to be certified translations; it may be that you want something translated into or from Arabic for yourself. This might be for example a website, blog, leaflet, or even a love letter. We only work with qualified native speaker Arabic translators, who look forward to being of service to you.
A fast Arabic translation
The name says it all: Arabic language translation bureau Urgent vertalen. Because we perform Arabic translations on a daily basis, whether certified or regular, we have an extensive team of Arabic translators at your service.
Because our team of Arabic translators is so large and diverse we can perform your Arabic translation fast, at a highly competitive price.
Arabic translation bureau with 100% satisfaction guarantee
Because we select the Arabic translator carefully on the basis of your document you are assured of a completely accurate translation. Given that we fully guarantee the accuracy of our translation we are also prepared to accept the consequences if your Arabic translation should not be correct.
If you are not satisfied with your Arabic translation then we will simply refund your money!
Why choose Arabic translation bureau Urgent Vertalen?
Arabic is written from right to left and the Arabic alphabet comprises 28 letters. Numbers are also written from right to left. Some Arabic letters take on a different form, depending on their position within a word (at the start, in the middle, at the end or on their own). This means that Arabic is regarded as a complex language. There are a number of Arabic scripts, including ‘Thuluth’ and ‘Kufic’. These are the best-known Arabic scripts which are used in mosques.
Varieties of Arabic
Classical Arabic is derived from the Koran. It is also referred to as Fus-ha or Koranic Arabic. Classical Arabic is only used for religious purposes.
Modern Standard Arabic
Modern Arabic is the official language which is most frequently spoken by people. Those interested in learning Arabic would be well advised to opt for Modern Standard Arabic. It is the form that is most frequently used in a formal context such as studying at a university, the television news, books, newspapers and road signs.
There are many different Arabic dialects. There are as many as 30 different types of Arabic. Often the differences between the dialects are very significant. It can even happen that people with different Arabic dialects are unable to understand each other. So it is a good thing that modern standard Arabic is regarded as the standard language. This enables everyone to communicate together. Each dialect is learned as a child at home. The various types of dialects can be divided into the following categories:
- North African Arabic (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya),
- Hassaniya Arabic (Mauritania),
- Egyptian Arabic (spoken by approximately 65 million people),
- Levantine Arabic (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Palestine),
- Iraqi Arabic
- Gulf Arabic (Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE and Oman).
- Hejazi Arabic (Western Saudi Arabia)
- Najdi Arabic (central Saudi Arabia).
- Yemeni Arabic (Yemen and south-western Saudi Arabia).
Poetry is the oldest form of Arabic literature. Arabic literature has a great and long history. The history of Arabic literature can be traced back 16 centuries to its beginning in the Arabian Peninsula. Arabic literature is very important for anyone who is interested in Arabic language and culture.