Arabic Translations

Map showing distribution of different dialects of Arabic

Different dialects of Arabic

Arabic is an official language in 27 different countries around the world, and as many as 422 million people speak its various dialects. Most of these speakers live in the Middle East and North African countries such as Egypt and Algeria. Children in the Arab world learn regional varieties of Arabic as their first language and the universal Modern Standard Arabic in school. Classical Arabic is the written form of the language, and it has changed very little since it was used to write the Quran in the 7th century.

Experienced Professional Translators

Our network of thousands of freelance translators includes a large number of Arabic experts. We can provide translations from Arabic into any language and from any language to Arabic. All of our translators are native speakers. We make sure that they have the education and experience necessary to produce fluent idiomatic translations in the dialect you need.

Many of our Arabic translators are specialists in certain subject areas as well. If your project requires advanced knowledge of law, business, medicine, or any other specialized area, we can find a qualified translator for the job.

No matter how large your project, we will sure it’s completed before the deadline. We can usually translate e-mails and other short texts by the end of the day. Our translators write more than 274,000 translated words per day, so even the longest projects are completed within a remarkably short period.

One of our highly skilled project managers is assigned to every job to make sure projects are completed successfully within the specified timeframe. Project managers are also available throughout the translation process to answer any questions you have.

What Does a Translation into Arabic Cost?

Our standard rate for translations from English into Arabic is $ 0.14 per word, and for translations from Arabic into English, we charge $ 0.14, which is the industry rate. We may offer significant discounts for new customers or large texts (more than 5,000 words). A surcharge may apply for urgent jobs that require several translators working simultaneously. For a full list of rates per language, please visit Rates table for most requested language combinations.

Translation Price Quotes

If you would like to receive a no-obligation quote for an Arabic translation, send us the text in an e-mail or through the quote request form on our website. Once you agree to our offer, we will send you an invoice that includes all of the details of the project.

Fasttranslator has offices in major cities throughout the world, including the U.S., as well as an Arabic translation office. The Arabic translation office works with our offices in the U.S. to make sure you receive a translated text that fully meets your needs.

(If you want to read our website in Arabic, please visit Fasttranslator.ae).

2016-09-27T11:47:36.0497596Z

Mariana Mellor
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