POZENA’s professional human translations from Spanish to English and any other language or from English and any language into Spanish are reliably performed by formally qualified native-speaking translators, assuring their consistently high quality.
Why choose professional Spanish translations?
- With 470 million native speakers (around 6% of the world’s population), Spanish is the second most spoken language worldwide after Chinese.
- Español is the official language of Spain. It holds the same status in more than 20 countries, most of which are situated in Latin America. Major Spanish-speaking countries include Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Venezuela, Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru. Interestingly, Spanish also has official status in one African state, i.e. in Equatorial Guinea. Last but not least, the United States is home to the sizeable Spanish-speaking population of approximately 40 million (according to some estimates, this figure may exceed the number of native speakers of casetellano in Spain).
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Spanish – basic information
- Spanish is a Romance language whose origins date back to the 5th century AD, when it appeared in the northern and eastern parts of the Iberian Peninsula. Initially called Romance (with strong Latin influences), it emerged as a distinct language as late as in the 10th century. Interestingly, a number of contemporary Spanish words are derived from Arabic.
- The Spanish language in the Iberian Peninsula is made up of many regional dialects. However, the Spanish spoken in Latin America is much more diversified. These varieties of Español differ significantly in pronunciation and vocabulary. The grammatical differences are less prominent, though.
- Spanish is regulated by the Association of Spanish Language Academies. The Spanish language and culture are promoted by the Cervantes Institute.
- Castellano is an official language of the EU, the UN, UNESCO, the African Union, the Organization of American States, FIFA and Mercosur (the Southern Common Market).
Specialist industry translations from and into Spanish
Translations for the energy sector
Marketing translations, localisation and copywriting
Translation of agreements and power of attorney
Translations of user guides and service manuals
Basic words and phrases – English-Spanish mini dictionary
yes - si
no - no
please - por favor
thank you - gracias
sorry - lo siento
good morning - buenos dias
good evening - buenas noches
goodbye - adiós
good night - buenas noches
hi - hola
How are you? - ¿Cómo estás?
good - bien
My name is… - Me llamo.../Mi nombre es...
I don't understand - No entiendo
I'm from the UK - Soy de Gran Bretaña
- In Spanish interrogative questions there are two question marks: an inverted one at the beginning and a regular one at the end, e.g. ¿cómo estás?.
- Spaniards are known for very long names, which are practically impossible to remember. Pablo Picasso’s actual name was Pablo Diego Jose Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santisma Trinidad Ruiz Picasso.
- Some concepts can be rendered by means of different words in various Spanish-speaking countries. A good example is several equivalents for the noun beans. In Spain this vegetable is called frijol, in Argentina – poroto, in Venezuela – caraota, and in the Dominican Republic – habichuela.
- Jesus is the Spanish of equivalent of the English cheers!
- One of the most difficult Spanish words is probably ferrocarrilero (Eng. railwayman) with five occurrences of the letter r. One of the longest words is electroencefalografistas (Eng. specialists operating an electroencephalograph)
- Español is the second most frequently taught language worldwide (after English). It is also the second language of Twitter and Facebook, and the third most common language online.