Swedish Translator & Interpreter Services
As one expands their horizons, they must remain vigilant of the challenges of breaking the language barrier. Because of the nuances involved in transcription, translation, localization, and interpretation, it is essential that you turn to an expert firm like CIT for your linguistic needs. Our services cover over 200 languages and we strive to bring you perfection in each one. The CIT guarantee comes standard with every job. This way, you know that you are getting screened and trained language experts. In addition, our work with Swedish separates us from our market rivals, as we can consistently supply you with an interpreter or translator at the shortest notice.
When it comes to using an ultra-low-cost machine interpreting tool that works along the lines of Google Translate, you will undoubtedly lose a number of key elements in your communication. These avenues often leave out things like tone, context, and historical references. As such, you will get a huge amount of misinterpretation or mistranslation in addition to not seeing the entire picture. Our experts possess a rich amount of cultural knowledge, this way they can advise you on different elements of the conversation. Norms and tendencies are not static among societies so it is important to have someone you can trust.
History of the Swedish Language
As the official language of Sweden and one of the two national languages of Finland, Swedish falls under the Scandinavian umbrella. Today, over eight million speak it. It bears a number of similarities to languages spoken in neighboring regions, like Norwegian and Danish.
Swedish history goes back as far as the seventh century. While they possessed a written language early on, their languages underwent major alterations by the 1400s. As discussed before, the influence of neighboring languages, specifically Danish, occurred during this time. Differentiating between them despite the loan words proves a challenge for the average amateur Swedish interpreter or translator.
In the 18th century, the Swedish government made aggressive efforts to improve the written language. They did this out of nationalism. At the same time, various dialects like Svea and Gota began cropping up. Swedish literature is extremely well known throughout the globe and its impact on what came after it is extremely profound.
Just like any other Scandanavian language, Swedish uses the definite article following the noun. In addition, it does not include case endings. The use of gender varies by dialect, but it commonly uses three and sometimes even two.
Hire a Swedish Interpreter or Translator
Need a Swedish interpreter or Swedish translator? CIT is here to help! We’ll draw on our network of thousands of certified, mother-tongue linguists to provide you with a Swedish interpreter or translator when and where you need them. To learn more, schedule a Swedish interpreting assignment, or request a Swedish translation, call us at 888-737-9009 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.