At PoliLingua, our job is to give you the best translation service money can buy. And give it to you ASAP, trouble-free, and at a cheap price. Your business partners will thank you when you send them your documents they can easily read without getting lost in translation. Show them you care by contacting PoliLingua translation services and letting our certified Italian translators do the work for you. We specialize in translation from Italian to English and from English - Italian translation. Our translators have many years of experience in Italian translations.
Easy understanding is the key element of many successful projects and businesses, and we can give you this key. PoliLingua provides certified translation services and speaks over 100 languages, including Italian, French, Spanish, and German. And it is our job to make you understood around the world.
Why translate from Italian into English?
English is not always the language of use during business negotiations on the Italian peninsula, and your interlocutors will appreciate the intervention of an Italian interpreter or a translation of documents into Italian. PoliLingua manages numerous translation projects in sectors where Italian is a common language (mass distribution, energy, transport, luxury goods, fashion, tourism, online sales, etc.). Italian translation services represent a significant volume of our business.
Our professional Italian - English translators
1,108 professional native Italian experts with years of professional translation experience work with PoliLingua translation agency. All our Italian translators and interpreters are native speakers. Together we’ve successfully carried out 1.896 Italian translation and interpretation projects so far. It’s around 5,963,000 Italian words translated. To put it into perspective, all seven Harry Potter books by J. K. Rowling have just about 1,084,170.
To meet your needs in terms of translation, our professional translation agency provides you with a team of specialized translators. Thanks to their mastery, our team of certified professionals will provide you with quality content. They put their expertise at your service and provide you with a work of great rigor. In addition, you will receive a translation that is reliable and faithful to the original documents. In the same way, our translators take cultural specificities into account and provide you with adapted translations. Send us all your requests. PoliLingua partners only with qualified translators and editors who work in their native tongue to ensure the highest quality. If we add to this the confidentiality that we guarantee in each assignment, personalized attention, and scrupulous compliance with delivery deadlines, the result is quality work and maximum customer satisfaction.
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Whether you are looking for a translator to or from Italian, our translation agency puts its expertise at your service. Our project managers select for you the best specialists for the translation of your documents, your websites, your e-commerce sites, your blogs, etc.
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The Italian language overview
Italian is considered one of the most romantic and melodic languages in the world's history. The history of the Italian language truly illustrates the history of Italy itself and the ultimate unification of the Italian people. The 19th language most spoken in the world and one of the official languages of the EU, it is used in particular in Italy, the Vatican, San Marino, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, and Malta. In ancient times, the region which today is a part of Italy and Corsica was inhabited by many peoples: Etruscans (in Tuscany); Greeks (in the south of the peninsula and in Sicily); Celts (in northern Italy); Phoenicians were also present, without being natives; and many other Italic ethnic groups.
This civilization did not have a single language. There were about forty languages in the region, but despite their differences, they were relatively close. Latin, which was only spoken by the Italic groups, was divided into classical and vulgar variants. During the Renaissance (the 16th century precisely), Italy enjoyed great popularity at many levels (including culture and science). Above all, it got a certain linguistic unity thanks to the writers as the great authors of the time all wrote in Florentine (a form of the Tuscan language spoken in Florence). Today, the contemporary Italian no longer has much to do with the Florentine Italian used by Dante and his contemporaries. Like any other European language, Italian has undergone many changes over time.
According to the ISAT data, between 1987 and 2000, people who used only their regional dialect to communicate at home decreased from 32% to 19.1%. Oral and written Italian is taking precedence over all other dialects with some of them are gone forever, even in regular conversations.