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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.

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As the first language of more than 400 million people worldwide, Spanish has more native speakers than any other language except Mandarin. Mexico has the most native speakers, and Spanish is also the primary language throughout most of South America and Central America.

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With more than a billion native speakers, Chinese is the first language of more people than any other language in the world. It’s widely spoken in the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Macau, and Malaysia.

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American English has many instances in which its intonation and pronunciation differs greatly from British English and even Canadian English. Many American words and phrases are either unknown or used differently in other English-speaking countries.

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Approximately 300 million people in the world speak French, including 145 million people in Europe. The number is expected to grow to 500 million by the year 2025 and 600 million by 2050.

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Approximately 100 million people speak German as a first language – more native speakers than any other language in the European Union. It’s the official language of Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, and one of the three official languages of Belgium. Dialects of German are also commonly spoken throughout Switzerland and in parts of France and Italy. There are even large German-speaking communities outside of Europe, including 5 million German speakers in the United States.

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We are the right translation company to work with for Italian translations in every subject area. Along with translations in the medical, financial, technical, and commercial fields, we also provide legal translations, (court) interpreters, and legalization and notarization of translations, which must be legally valid in foreign countries. If you are interested in receiving a customized, non-binding quote, please contact us.

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Korean is spoken by many people even outside of Korea and continues to grow in popularity. Due to active trade relations, demand for translations into and from Korean is also increasing.

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