Italian translation

The English-Italian translation specialist

Are language barriers holding you back? Then our translation agency can find you a professional Italian – English or English – Italian interpreter or translator who can help you overcome your language problems!

Quality charter applied during a translation into italien

Based on a quality charter consisting of multiple criteria, Italian translations carried out by our agency are put together step by step following a rigorous procedure.

    Italian translators are entrusted with specific missions: to translate into Italian and to make commercial and advertising documents attractive, to legalise legal acts, to interpret scientific reports faithfully, to allow several commercial partners or politicians to communicate, etc.

    The translators come from diverse professional backgrounds: finance, law, economics, marketing and even industry.

    They are all native Italians and as such, their native language corresponds to the target language that they translate into: Italian. They have all undertaken linguistic training in reputable schools.

    This method of translation into Italian allows us to provide quality work, fulfilling our clients’ requirements in order to allow them to expand into their target market.

    Our Italian – English and Italian – English translations are only two of many language combinations. We have a large database of translators and interpreters all of whom translate into and from many different languages and with whom we have been working successfully for many years. The most commonly translated languages in our various specialist fields are: German, French, Russian, Spanish, Dutch and Danish.

    Italian translation in the world

    The translation into Italian service takes account of the origins of the language and its evolution over the centuries, notably since the Renaissance. Numerous literary works have been written in ancient Tuscan. Transactions of all sorts are carried out every day in Italian.

    Italian is a romance language spoken across the entire world: in Switzerland, in the Vatican, in the south of France, in America, but also in Croatia, Slovenia, Albania or Libya.

    In a translation from French into Italian, or a French-Italian translation, several interpretations are sometimes possible. For example, audiovisual subtitling takes into account the provincial destination, the expected audience, the potential dialects, emotions and an actor’s acting technique. The final result does not misrepresent the original work since it is “based” on it.

    Our translation company applies a rigorous method for every medium, whether paper, digital or multimedia, to ensure a level of requirements and quality are met. If a serious job requires supportive work, client satisfaction is our priority. Multiple projects can consequently be carried out in collaboration: rereads, checks, interpretation etc.

    Our multilingual service makes use of an internal recording studio to produce voice-overs and subtitling in Italian and English, as well as in Asian and Slavic languages etc. We produce subtitles for your corporate films and dub your documentaries, localising your multilingual videos. All of our videos are dubbed by native-speaking actors.

    A project manager will be your single point of contact in order to ensure quality control throughout the order.

    The italian language

    Italian belongs to the Romanic group of languages and more particularly to the eastern Romanic languages. The Italian language is spoken as a native language by around 70 million people and is the fourth most common language in the European Union. As well as in Italy, Italian is also an official language in Switzerland, the Vatican City, and San Marino. It is also spoken in France and Malta and to some extent in Argentina and Brasil.

    Italian dialects differ so greatly that some linguists would argue they are independent languages. For example, the Sicilian and the Venetian dialects even have their own literary tradition and are therefore considered as independent languages. The main Italian dialects can be divided into 3 geographical groups: a northern Italian dialect, a central dialect and a southern dialect.