English to Spanish Translation Services
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Spanish translation services?
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Why should I invest in
Spanish translation services?
Spanish is spoken by 450 million people as their native language, with around 75 million speaking it as a second language, making it the second most widely spoken language in the world. In the US alone, around 13% of the population claim Spanish as a first language. Experts say that by the year 2050, the US overtake Mexico as the largest Spanish-speaking country. This means that even if you are translating content or localizing your business for a US audience, you should consider Spanish in addition to English in order to reach more people.
However, with around 10 different dialects spoken throughout the world, with cultural, grammatical, and structural nuances carrying depending on the region, nailing your Spanish translation can be tricky. Depending on whether you’re translating for a Spanish or Latin American audience, the way you translate your content may be completely different. Beyond that, different Central and South American countries – and even different parts of the small country of Spain – speak different dialects and have their own slang. That’s why it’s important to use a local translator who knows how to resonate with the Spanish-speaking audience you are translating for.
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We aim to complete all translation projects in 1-2 business days. A more accurate time estimate based on your word count, language pair, and required expertise will be visible at checkout. If you need your project faster than the time we calculate for you, you can select the “Urgent Delivery” option at checkout or contact customer support to get it faster.
Spanish is the primary language in Mexico, Latin America, and Spain, though different countries and regions have their own dialects or ways of speaking and writing. Everything from slang to grammar structure can differ in different Spanish-speaking areas. Additionally, the United States is a huge Spanish-speaking market, with many immigrant families speaking Spanish as their primary language and many small businesses and organizations operating in Spanish.
All of our Spanish translators have been certified to ensure they provide high-quality, accurate translations. If you’d like an extra layer of quality assurance, we suggest selecting a payment option that includes editing or proofreading by a second translator.
Of course! We have Spanish translators who are experts in law, marketing, gaming, finance, and other areas who can work on your project. You can request these experts when opening a translation project.