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Silvia Mandrioli

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Brussels, Belgium

Press Release in Italian

Press Release in Italian

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Ahmed Salman

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Nancy wants to live a long time. She wants to live for one hundred yea

Nancy vuole vivere a lungo. Vuole vivere per cento anni. Ha cinque anni adesso. Vuole vivere altri 95 anni. Allora avrà 100 anni. Suo padre ha 30 anni. Anche lui vuole vivere a lungo. Vuole vivere per cento anni. Vuole vivere per altri 70 anni. \"Papà, invecchieremo insieme, ok?\" disse Nancy

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adaia eden porcella

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Genova, Italy

52 Places to love in 2021

hello, in my portfolio you will find an article translated from English to Italian. the source of this article is new york times

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Sankir Songne

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ROMA, Italy

Translate language

I am the manager of Italian language,I will offer the highest standards of translation and content creation,like graphic design. I’m Sankir Songne. I've been working as a freelancer for 2 years,and I’m providing professional jobs, business grade service, so I GUARANTEE top grade, high level results.

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Turasno Turasno

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Lavoro, dall'inglese all'italiano, con testo\" per tradurre dall'ingles

Lavoro, dall'inglese all'italiano, con testo\" per tradurre dall'inglese all'italiano.

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Andrea Bricchetto

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Celle Ligure, Italy

Speech transcript - story telling

Transcribed from audio recording and translated from English to Italian.

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All About English to Italian Translation

When you set out to translate your project from its original English to a version that will take off in a Mediterranean market with a rich and cultured history, you're in luck when you hire one of our seasoned English to Italian translators. The freelance translators featured on our site will become your go to for nuanced translation that preserves the spirit of your message while reimagining the language so that it resonates with your Italian target audience.

Known as the language of music, art, and luxury, Italian is the mother tongue of 67 million people throughout Europe—chiefly those residing in Italy. Beyond the borders of Italy, however, Italian is recognized as an official language in San Marino, Vatican City, and Switzerland. Communities of Italian speakers can also be found in France (particularly in the Alps and Côte d'Azur), as well as Croatia, Slovenia, the United States, Brazil, and Argentina.

The basis of modern Italian was formed by Dante, and the first documents written in Italian vernacular date back to 960 AD. Like French, Spanish, Romanian, and Portuguese, Italian is part of the Romance language family consisting of languages that evolved from Latin. Italian's sound system closely resembles the sound of Latin or Spanish, and it shares similar grammatical rules with other modern Romance languages. The Tuscan dialect is one of the main bases for modern Italian, largely due to the work of 14th century Italian poets Dante, Boccaccio, Machiavelli, Guicciardini, and Petrarch.

Rich in vocabulary and idiomatic expressions, Italian features numerous regional dialects which can often sound dramatically different from one another. The wide range of Italian dialects include Northern Italian, Venetian, and Tuscan, in addition to varying dialects associated with regions like Rome, Naples, and Sicily.

In fact, inhabitants of the island of Sicily have their own dominant vernacular: Sicilian. As an island that historically served as a meeting place of diverse cultures and languages, its sound system and syntax were shaped by foreign influence, including a blend of Greek, Arabic, Norman French, and Spanish. Distinct from Italian, Sicilian has a classic literary tradition and is known as the standard language of Italian love poetry.

There are a number of additional hybrid Italian dialects that were formed through contact with other languages outside of Italy—for example, Spanish in Buenos Aires, and English in New York. The diversity of different Italian dialects ought to be taken into consideration if you're hiring an English to Italian translator to work on any sort of text that will be read out loud.

Italy's broadcasting sector is made up of three commercial channels: Canale 5, Italia 1, and Rete 4. The Italian TV industry puts out the highest amount of television broadcasts of any country in the EU.

Italy also produces more films than any other country in the EU. Its cinematic output has been renowned throughout the ages, from the advent of the Italian Neorealism movement to the iconic work of Federico Fellini—whose La Dolce Vita gave birth to the word 'paparazzi'—to the explosion of interest in Spaghetti Westerns. These popular Westerns notably featured multilingual casts who all spoke in their native languages and were later dubbed in Italian. The Spaghetti Western is a prime example of English to Italian translation that enables creatives to draw on a wide array of multilingual talent, and expand the work's reach to a whole new audience.

There are copious advantages to be seized by translating your English language project into a work that can travel through Italy and the broader Italian speaking world. Browse through our lineup of freelance English to Italian translators to find the ideal professional to help realize the words and message of your project for your Italian audience.

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Italian is the official language of Italy, and over 90% of its population speaks Italian as a first language. While not officially recognized, other minority languages, such as Slovene, German, French, Albanian, Croatian, and Greek, are also spoken in parts of the country.

Four countries recognize Italian as an official language: Italy, San Marino, Switzerland, and Vatican City. Italian also has official language status in some parts of Croatia and Slovenia. Beyond that, there is a substantial Italian speaking diaspora dispersed throughout many other countries around the globe.

Like all of the Romance languages, modern day Italian evolved from Latin. The Standard Italian spoken today arose from the Tuscan dialect, which descended directly from Vulgar Latin. Of all the Romance languages, Italian vocabulary most closely resembles that of Latin. However, if you were to send a contemporary Italian speaker millennia back in time, they probably wouldn't understand a word of Classical Latin.