Arabic Translation Services

Place Order

People living in twenty-two countries recognize Arabic to be their official language. You might want some day to expand the boundaries of your company and try to reach the new audience including two hundred million people whose native language is Arabic. When translating legal documentation, marketing kits, financial statements, etc., you need to know who your target audience is and what kind of language to use.

There are two Arabic language forms you can consider using – the Classical Arabic and the Modern Standard Arabic. The latter one is generally used in mass media and books written by the contemporary authors. Translators often use it for business documents and marketing materials. The modern form is in a way easier than the classical one and understood by the greater number of people. The classical form is more of a written language than a spoken one. You may need it for translating religious or cultural content.

Mind the Dialects

Just like almost any other language, Arabic has a huge number of dialects. Some of these dialects dramatically transform the language and make it almost impossible for citizens of various countries to communicate with each other. A professional translator knows that and will discuss the possible options of translation with you. It's always a great benefit to get some valuable piece of advice from an experienced person to make the cooperation more effective.

One more exciting feature of the Arabic language is the punctuation which is quite similar to the one of the Western rules. Although you might see some alterations to the well-known symbols being inverted or reversed. The English language has borrowed some words from Arabic we use every day. So, if we ignore the fact that these languages are very different in terms of grammar and alphabet, there are some exciting similarities between them.

Choose Your Arabic Translator

At TranslateShark, we offer you to choose the translator you'd like to work with by yourself. You can consider the price for the order that particular expert is giving you, his or her previous works and background. You can also rely on the testimonials of the other clients and the translator's rating to make the right choice. You're always welcome to ask questions and make suggestions on how to make our service better. We know there's a place for improvement and work hard to become perfect for our customers.