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Jonathan Marekia

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Jena, Germany

A small insight into my translation skills from English to German.

Here you can read some examples of my English to German translation. I have an A-level with mark B,so I can read, write and speak fluent and self confident. Enjoy it. My English teacher loved my voice and skills.

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Sven Ofner

Roztoky u Prahy, Czech Republic

Transcreation of a TV Ad.

This is not a simple translation, but a creative transcreation job for a TV Ad.

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Gordian Arneth

Berlin, Germany

Text originally translated by google translator, structured& corrected

Students thesis

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Daniel Rossbach

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Graz, Austria

Auswirkungen von IT-Schulungen

A short excerpt from a Whitepaper on the effects of job training in IT.

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Paula Verholen

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Kelowna, British Columbia

Certified Translations

We are a multilingual agency based in Kelowna, BC, Canada, that provides certified translation services from all languages to English and vice versa. Our translators specialize in legal, financial, technical, commercial, and general conversions of formal documents, digital assets, and more.

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Darrell Lau

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Orem, Utah

Sample Translation English to German, Advertisement, Scott's Surf Shop

This is a short sample of English to German translation of a sample script/advertisement from the Voices.com website.

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Joy ihonre

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Ladies and gentlemen, This is my first time here i really hope you can

Ladies and gentlemen, This is my first time here i really hope you can give me a chance to work with you people. I can speak very good english and writing and reading. I really you can give me a chance Joy Best Regards

English to German Food + 2 More
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Ioana Burdusel

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BUCURESTI, Romania

Working for the biggest home rentals site since 3 years using German

Learning German and English since I started speaking my native language, gained a lot of experience, I have constantly developed my vocabulary and met countless native speakers who taught me the best.

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Debi Noba

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Regensburg, Germany

Translation of an Auction House Owner's Commitment

Translation of a commitment regarding the use of an online store on a website after the registration was approved by the company. Translation of the commitment from English to German.

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Moritz Platen

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Krefeld, Germany

English to German newspaper Transcription

A brief newspaper article about young women in Burkina Faso and forced marriage

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Selina Jakober

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Austria

Translation of a Movie Trailer Skript, English to German

Fast Translation of a Movie Trailer Skript from English to German. Took only a few minutes to show some skills.

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Martin Koch

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Germany

English to German translation

I will translate from English to German

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All About English to German Translation

Do you need your English copy translated into German as you expand your ad campaign into a Central and Western European market? How about the forms and contracts binding your next project, or the audiobook you're republishing for an entirely new audience situated in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and beyond? By hiring a seasoned English to German translator to lead you through the process of translating your work from English to German, you can move forward with your project with the certainty that no portion of your message will be lost in translation.

Hiring a professional freelance translator to take on the task of converting your project's text from English to German is undoubtedly the right way to go. Professional translators are well equipped to handle the regional variations of an English to German translation, no matter whether the resulting output is intended to be written text or a script that will be performed out loud. Voices has an abundant roster of English to German translators who can work within your budget and timeframe, and provide consultation and suggestions regarding all of your English to German translation needs.

English is a global lingua franca, or bridge language, so when your project has initially been conceived for an English market, you already have access to a broad audience in North America, Europe, and beyond. However, when you really need to communicate your message to your clients, listeners, or readers in Germany, then hiring a translator to reimagine your text from English to German is the ultimate way to achieve this.

There are around 81 million German speakers living in Germany, and millions more distributed throughout other countries around the world. In addition to Germany, there are five other countries for which German has official language status: Austria, Belgium, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. The dialects of German spoken throughout these regions can differ from the standard German that is often taught abroad.

For example, there is Swiss German, which is also known as Alemannic. Swiss German is a group of dialects spoken mainly in the German speaking part of Switzerland. Roughly two thirds of the population of Switzerland communicate using Swiss German, and the language is sprinkled with words culled from the French vocabulary.

There are many worthwhile reasons and business applications for translating your English project into German. For one, the market for German speakers is incredibly vast. There are nearly 95 million people worldwide who speak German as their mother tongue, mostly hailing from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. In fact, German is the most sought after foreign language (along with French) for businesses in the United Kingdom.

Germany is known for its traditional cuisine of bread, sausage (also called wurst), and beer, the latter of which is celebrated during Oktoberfest, Munich's world famous annual gathering. The nation is also often associated with its storied history—which is evidenced by its castles, cathedrals, and monuments memorializing those lost during the Second World War.

There are more households with TVs in Germany than there are in any other European country, making Germany the largest television market in all of the continent. In fact, the public television station Fernsehsender Paul Nipkow, which started broadcasting in 1935, was the world's first public TV station. Germany is also celebrated for its cinematic history: the Babelsberg Film Studio, located just outside of Berlin in Potsdam, was the world's first large scale film studio.

Germany has over 300 public and private radio stations, as well as the largest print market of newspapers and magazines in all of Europe. One tenth of all the world's books (including ebooks) are published in German. Germany also has the continent's biggest video game market, and its video game expo held each year in Cologne, called Gamescom, owns the title of being the most widely attended video game convention in the world. Needless to say, Germany boasts an expansive audience of media consumers, so translating your English project into German is a fantastic way to amplify your reach and tap into a whole new audience.

German is the second most widely taught foreign language in the European Union, and the third most widely taught foreign language in the United States. In the predominantly German speaking region of Switzerland, Standard German is restricted mostly to written communication, while the spoken language reflects a High German dialect—a linguistic situation that has been referred to as a 'medial diglossia.'

Many of the German dialects, such as High German and Low German, are not mutually intelligible with one another. This is why we offer an assortment of English to German translators with different specialties and expertise, who are capable of drawing on what they know and their unique backgrounds to provide you with a tailored translation that suits your project's particular requirements.

Look no further than Voices when you're searching for the right English to German translator to invite aboard for your next audiobook, ad campaign, or any type of translation need that you encounter.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Old High German period is believed to date back to about 765 775 in the 8th century, making the German language over 12 centuries old.

While Dutch and German share some similarities in terms of vocabulary, no, Dutch is not a dialect of German.

The best way to get a professional translation is to hire a translator. You can find the right translator to take on your project's specific English to German translation needs right here on Voices. Voices features a number of talented translation freelancers who are well equipped to translate your project from English to German.