German translator / German technical translation / German technical translator / German interpreter
Facts about the German language:
- There are about 90-98 million native speakers of German, and an additional 80 million who have learned the language, making it one of the world’s major languages. In the European Union, German is the most-spoken mother tongue. It is the world’s second most important scientific mediator and the third-largest research and development language. Worldwide, one in ten books published is printed in German.
- Today, German is the sole official language in Austria and Lichtenstein. It is an official language in Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Italy, Belgium, and Denmark, as well as in some areas of Russia. In addition to the countries listed, a significant number of natively German-speaking people live in some other European countries and the United States.
- In a narrower sense, the German language (Deutsch in German), is one of the High German languages. It is often confusedly called “Hochdeutsch” in the everyday vernacular language, thus mixing it with the standard literary German language called Standarddeutsch.
- Writing system: German version of the Latin alphabet.
What we offer: German translation, German technical translation, German native-language proofreading, German technical proofreading, German official translation, German interpreting – Request a quote, or order German translation, or German interpreting!
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Central Europe, has
had a contractual relationship with Afford since 2009. Generally, we
request the translation of complicated legal texts, often with very
short deadlines. We always get quality work that holds our long-standing
working relationship together. We especially appreciate the high degree
of flexibility, customer orientation and personalized, custom
administration, as well as the confidential treatment of materials sent.
It is important that we can always count on Afford. Moreover, Afford is
open to criticism and suggestions for improvement, and requests these,
because they are progress-oriented.