Hire The Right English To Arabic Translator For Your Project

Lana Alotaibi

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Banking industry “Script”

These new standards will ask you to reorient your thinking and change some routines you have developed to ensure every patient receives the best treatment possible.

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Mohsen Khodadadi

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Toronto, Ontario

Medical / Healthcare Translation

Translation of over 450,000 words in the Medical & Healthcare domain.

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Sarí AK

Washington, District of Columbia

Documentary Pitch

A documentary pitch for Al Jazeera.

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Ayman Amged

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Health problems. المشاكل الصحيه

On of the top health problems the heart if you got issues in it like coronary artery thrombosis you must do some exercises and keep healthy and eat lots of vegetables and fruits . من أهم المشاكل الصحية للقلب إذا كان لديك مشاكل مثل تجلط الشريان التاجي يجب عليك القيام ببعض التمارين والحفاظ على صحتك و

English to Arabic Food + 2 More
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Yadmine Tam

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Alger, Algeria

Je vais traduire tout vos documents

Je vais traduire vos documents en bonne conforme

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Shada Q

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Amman, Jordan

English to Arabic Translation on assignment for graduate student

The sample shows a feedback from module instructor to student on his assignment giving some giude line and points on the steps and evaluation process used to justify the mark given on the student submitted assignment.

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Noor Naem Mhanna

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Gaza, Palestinian territories

English to Arabic sample

It is 100% human translation. I used MemoQ to translate it from English to Arabic.

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Mohammed Mustafa

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Beit Lahia, Gaza, Palestine, Palestinian territories

Translation of Protection Of Civilians - Weekly Report

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) is the part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA writes its reports in 3 languages including Arabic.

English to Arabic General + 1 More
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houda charbouni

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Safi, Morocco

Translate

i can translate

English to Arabic Food + 2 More
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Mohammad ahmad alzarooni

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Im an arabic and english speaker and can translate between the two

I am an arabic and english speaker qnd i know a bit of other languages but i can not fully speak them, i found this website by coincidence and decided to try it for educational purposes, i am currently a university student in dubai

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Reem Alrakah

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Black cat

I translated a lot of articles and some time videos

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عبدالفتاح عبدالجواد

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صباح الخير

good morning

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All About English to Arabic Translation

Are you looking for a skilled translator to bring your English language words to life in Arabic? By working with one of our experienced English to Arabic translators, you can be sure that your message will retain its original meaning while being reconceptualized for an Arabic speaking audience. Although English and Arabic are two vastly different languages, hiring a talented English to Arabic translator will help you bridge the gap between the two tongues in order to craft a message that speaks to Arabic audiences around the world.

Arabic serves as a lingua franca throughout all of the Arab world, which consists of the 22 countries that belong to the Arab League: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. There are a number of countries where Arabic is additionally recognized as a national/working or minority language, including Cyprus, Eritrea, Iran, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and Turkey. There are sizable populations of Arabic speakers in many other nations around the world, so even in countries where Arabic isn't classified as an official language, you can still find groups of people who read, write, and consume media in Arabic. Arabic is among the top ten most widely spoken languages in the world.

Arabic belongs to the Semitic language family, which also includes languages such as Amharic, Hebrew, and Tigrinya. Like all Semitic languages, Arabic grammar differs tremendously from English grammar. The writing systems between Arabic and English also vary significantly. For example, Arabic is written right to left, while English is written left to right. In Arabic, there is no distinction made between lower and upper case. Whether you are producing the script for an internet video or launching your app into the global market, gaining the insight and expertise of a talented English to Arabic translator is a necessity in order to avoid grammatical and written errors.

Arabic's global influence is undeniable. The central text of the religion of Islam, the Quran, is written in Arabic, making Arabic the liturgical language of the 1.8 billion Muslims across the globe. Arabic is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations. You may be surprised to learn that a number of words in the English language actually happen to be loanwords from Arabic. Words like algebra, algorithm, candy, cotton, giraffe, and lilac all originate from Arabic.

The best way to ensure that your original English words resonate with an Arabic audience is by hiring someone who grasps the nuances of the Arabic language and culture. Automated translation software isn't capable of factoring in the linguistic subtleties that distinguish one language from another. Your communication efforts will be authentic and professional when you work with one of our competent English to Arabic translators.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are an estimated 422 million native and non native Arabic speakers in the world.

Arabic is recognized as an official language in the 22 countries that make up the Arab League, including Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

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