Spanish is the second most-spoken native language in the world after Chinese and it is the fourth most-spoken language in the world. Although it is very similar to Italian, it has considerable differences, both in grammatical and lexical terms. First of all there are many “false friends”: Words that are the same (or almost) in Italian, but which have a very different meaning: burro (donkey in Spanish, butter in Italian), caldo (broth in Spanish, hot in Italian), salir (to go out in Spanish, to rise in Italian). Imagine you are in Spain and are in an embarrassing situation: If you were to say “Yo estoy embarazado” everyone would understand that you are expecting a baby. The correct phrase to say you are embarrassed is “Me da vergüenza”. In order to communicate impeccably and correctly with the Spanish and South American audience, you need to make use of the services provided by professional native-speaking translators like those in our team. We only provide human translations: our translators are all native speakers.
We offer a variety of translations from English to Spanish:Technical translations, editorial translations, legal translations, medical and scientific translations, business and marketing translations, travel and tourism and food and wine translations.
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