Hire The Right English To Spanish Translator For Your Project

Luz Almada

Asunción, Paraguay

Wildest Indochina


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Nataly Rivadeneyra

Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico

English to Spanish

I have a degree in Communication and Digital Marketing. ​I have been going to bilingual schools all my all my life, so it is very easy for me to translate anything from English to Spanish and vice versa.

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Montreal, Quebec

English to Spanish

I translated from English to Spanish the children's book The Garden, the Curtain and the Cross, published by Editorial Poiema. plus the books God's Very Good Idea, The Friend Who Forgives and Goodbye to Goodbyes. See more on the publisher's website POIEMA

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Yuritze Guzman

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I translated from English to Spanish .

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Kiko Hdz

México, Mexico

Brava Old World Slate Installation Video Series

A series of videos translated to spanish

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Diana Silva

San Antonio, Texas

Translation for Workplace Discrimination Prevention Video

Casino Essential - Training course

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Jenna Bonofiglio

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Spray-Tec Safety Videos

I translated 6 safety training videos from English to Spanish for Spray-Tec, a roofing and insulation contractor. Much of the text contained basic, everyday language, but I did have to do research into several technical terms related to safety equipment. I then voiced the videos in both languages.

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dave ericson

REMOTE or I travel to you, Pennsylvania

The Story of Cabela's: How it all began

Pertains to the founding of this major retail sportswear chain. Translation was used by Corporate marketing.

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Marcelo Fernando Avila Gherbezza

Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Prime Transportation Video

Client Requirement: This is for video production for a trucking company. It will be used for a gathering around the first of December, so it is coming up pretty quickly. It will be playing for the event in Laredo, Texas. I don't know dialect issues that would be helpful for you to know in Spanish.

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Rosa Beatriz Sanchez-Worley

Carlsbad, California

Educational script

Presentation for a transportation Company

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Palmdale, California


This is from a series of videos I dubbed to Spanish last year.

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Orlando, Florida

Translate and Interpreter for Engineering and Entertainment

I have translate for Engineering Construction Industry and Entertainment Industry; - Engineering: Water Plant, HVAC System, Labor, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental, Equipment and More. - Entertainment: Radio, TV, Movies, Commercials, Photo Productions, Castings Direction and more.

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All About English to Spanish Translation

When you set out to expand your company or brand to address an increasingly international marketplace, then hiring an English to Spanish translator to reimagine your message in Spanish is a buena decision. Spanish is an enormously popular language on a global scale, and it features a number of regional varieties and dialects. Simply translating your project's text word for word won't cut it when you're striving to capture linguistic nuances, aiming to appeal to a particular region, or looking to incorporate authentic cultural expressions that may be familiar to an English audience, but less so to a Spanish one (or vice versa).

By translating your offerings into Spanish, you're automatically making your work accessible to one of the vastest ethnolinguistic groups out there. Spanish is the fourth most spoken language in the world, and it lays claim to having the second most native speakers, with over 450 million people around the world for whom Spanish is their mother tongue.

Much like French, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian, Spanish is a Romance language, and roughly 75% of modern Spanish vocabulary is descended from Vulgar Latin. The Spanish vocabulary has also, however, been influenced by the likes of Arabic, Basque, Iberian, Celtiberian, Visigothic, and a variety of Indigenous American languages.

Spanish has official language status in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, and the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. That's not to mention its namesake: Spain! Spanish is heavily spoken throughout the continents of Africa, Europe, North America, and South America, and it's one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

As you can tell, by branching out into the Spanish market, you're not confining your message to a particular geographic location—in fact, you're doing quite the opposite. You may be surprised to learn that Mexico is the largest Spanish speaking country in the world, and its number of Spanish speakers is being trailed by those in the United States. Spanish is studied more than any other language in the U.S., and it is predicted that the United States will have the most Spanish speakers in the world by 2050.

Spanish is named for the European country of Spain. Spain is known for its wine and sangria, cultural traditions (like tapas, siestas, fiestas, and flamenco) that have caught on worldwide, and influential artists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, and Antoni Gaudí. Madrid, the capital of Spain, has the third largest GDP in the European Union, and is the home to the headquarters of many of Spain's most important companies. Madrid is a notable film and TV production hub, producing work that is distributed throughout the rest of the Spanish speaking world. Madrid's film and TV industry employs tens of thousands of people, consisting of about half of the media professionals in the country.

One interesting aspect of Spanish grammar is that it inverts question marks and exclamation points in order to single out the part of a sentence that is a question or exclamation. For example, the English query "Maria, what's up?" would translate to "María, ¿qué pasa?" when written in Spanish. Your English to Spanish translator will be proficient at following grammatical rules when converting your text from one language to the other, avoiding the grammatical mistakes that an amateur would be prone to making.

There are a number of prominent Spanish dialects, like Andalusian, Castilian, Catalan, Galician, International Spanish, Valenciano, which can differ dramatically from one another when it comes to oral pronunciation. However, the good news is that regional varieties of spoken Spanish don't greatly impact its written standard, so no matter which English to Spanish translator you hire, you'll find someone with a strong handle on effectively translating your text.

At the same time, there are a few notable variations in the vocabulary used to communicate with different regional dialects (the second person plural pronouns are different in Latin America than in Spain, for example), and the vocabulary for the likes of food, clothes, and everyday objects can vary between the two regions as well. When you're looking for the right English to Spanish translator to invite onto your project, you may want to consider where your target market is based, because it may influence the expertise you seek from your translation expert.

You're in luck with our selection of talented English to Spanish translators. By hiring a fluent English to Spanish translator, your words will resonate with a large and growing audience that is spread out across the world.

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Frequently Asked Questions

About 13% of the US population speaks Spanish.

Spanish is considered to be one of the easiest languages for native English speakers to learn. The Romance languages are said to require about 600 hours of study to achieve general proficiency, and of these, Spanish and Italian are considered the easiest to adopt.

There are about ten major Spanish dialects, divided by region.

20 countries and one territory (Puerto Rico) have Spanish as their official language.