Spanish translation bureau Urgent Vertalen
Are you looking for a Spanish translation bureau which can translate your text or document to or from Spanish?
One that offers a guarantee of a good quality translation, at a highly competitive price? A certified Spanish translator who can perform your translation for you very quickly?
Would you like your document translated quickly and economically?
A sworn Spanish translator ready and waiting for you
Official documents which are required to be translated by a sworn Spanish translator are never translated into one of the four Spanish regional languages.
Official bodies only accept sworn translations in the national Spanish language. Thanks to our extensive network we always have a sworn Spanish translator available to begin right away with your translation assignment.
Our sworn Spanish translators have all sworn an oath before the Dutch Courts, which enables them to perform official translations of documents from Dutch to Spanish, or from Spanish to Dutch.
A sworn translation to or from Spanish in 3 steps
Legalization of your Spanish translation
It can happen that your certified Spanish 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 Spanish
Naturally translations into or from Spanish do not always need to be sworn translations; it may be that you want something translated into or from Spanish for yourself. This might be for example a website, blog, leaflet, or even a love letter. We only work with qualified native speaker Spanish translators, who look forward to being of service to you.
A fast Spanish translation
The name says it all: Spanish language translation bureau Urgent vertalen. Because we perform Spanish translations on a daily basis, whether sworn or regular, we have an extensive team of Spanish translators at your service.
Because our team of Spanish translators is so large and diverse we can perform your Spanish translation fast, at a highly competitive price.
Spanish translation for business purposes
It is very important to consider beforehand which target group you wish to address in the Spanish-speaking countries. For example it is quite common for a website to be translated into Catalonian, as well as into Spanish (Castilian). Our experience project leaders can advise you on this
Spanish translation bureau with 100% satisfaction guarantee
Because we select the Spanish 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 Spanish translation should not be correct.
If you are not satisfied with your Spanish translation then we will simply refund your money!
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After all you don’t want to pay more than you actually need to, do you? So why not ask for a quotation now, free of obligation?
More about the Spanish language
After Chinese Mandarin, Spanish is the most widely spoken language in the world. Spanish is spoken as a first language by more than 400 million people worldwide. That is why it is not surprising that a Spanish translation may be requested for a variety of countries, and not just for Spain. Spain has five official languages, comprising:
- Spanish (Castilian) – the only national language;
- Catalonian – regional language which is spoken by some 18% of the Spanish population;
- Basque – regional language;
- Galician – regional language;
- Aramaic – regional language.
Urgent Vertalen is familiar with all five official languages and will make sure that you always receive an accurate translation
Spanish is one of the Romance languages. 406 million people have Spanish as their mother tongue, and 180 million people use Spanish as their second language. This means that Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world, after Chinese. Spanish is also referred to as Castilian.
The historical origin of the Spanish language is to be found in Spain, but these days most speakers of the language are to be found in Latin America.
The Romans spoke Latin. They governed the Iberian peninsula for 700 years. Later on Latin was adapted under the influence of the Celtic Iberian, Basque, Visigoth and Arabic languages. As a result of other political developments Portuguese and Galician also came into existence on the Iberian peninsula; they are still spoken, as is Mozarabic, which is spoken by Spanish Christians in the Islamic regions. On the other hand Catalonian is not derived from Spanish, but from the language that was formed separately from the Roman language and the Latin that was spoken at that time (not the same as classical Latin).
The Spanish language is known among Spaniards themselves as Castilian (Castellano), because the language originated in the region of Castile. From 1492 onwards, thanks to Christopher Columbus, Spanish spread out and became a world language. All the Spanish speaking countries, taken as a whole, are referred to as the ‘Hispanidad’.
Over the years differences in pronunciation and vocabulary have developed between the old and the new worlds. Another language was also added in 1492: Ladino. This is the language that spread out when the Jews were driven out of Spain
Nowadays the language spoken in Latin America is closer to the Spanish of 1492 than the Spanish that is spoken in Spain itself.
Today’s standard language is largely based on the dialect of the region of Toledo.
From 1714 onwards all dialects and regional language variations were not tolerated and were even strictly forbidden.
The dictator Francisco Franco had all libraries for other languages burned down. And anyone speaking the language differently was penalised. After Franco’s death in 1975 the other languages were once more accepted, like Catalonian, Galician and Basque. They were once more given official status in the constitution. Today’s Spaniards would say that people do not speak Spanish in Spain; they speak Castilian.
In terms of grammar and vocabulary there are many similarities (approximately 89%) between Portuguese and Spanish. This means that a Spanish speaker is well capable of understanding a Portuguese speaker.
Due to the history of the many Spanish-speaking countries there are many variants when it comes to pronunciation, with differences of emphasis and sounds, but also differences in grammar and vocabulary.
Spanish has developed and adapted to the customs of each country and district. The use of the language and its unique vocabulary are unusual, because Spanish is to be found throughout the world and specific words are only used for particular purposes in each specific country.
This means that Latin American is different from Spanish.
Basque is not a Romance language and is a completely separate language.
It is said that Spanish is a fairly easy language to learn. Naturally there are different dialects and spoken versions which can cause problems, but Spanish remains the most widely studied language in the world.
The alphabet used to include the letters CH and LL. These two letters have recently been dropped from the alphabet.
Spanish is used in communication over an enormous area of the world. This means that Spanish is a very important language, because it is used in the business and commercial world and in various aspects of the provision of services worldwide.
Spanish is frequently encountered within international business, international politics, and in countless international organisations and institutions such as the United Nations and the European Union. And as a result of the inflow of immigrants to the United States, Spanish has undergone explosive growth in recent years.
Some 10% of the American population has Spanish as their mother tongue.
The countries and regions where Spanish is spoken as first language :
Mexico, Columbia, Spain, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Chili, Guatemala, Ecuador, Cuba, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Paraguay, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Panama, Equatorial Guinea.