Icelandic Translation Services
The Icelandic language is a North Germanic language and is considered the main language in Iceland. It belongs to the broader Indo-European language family. Most of the speakers of the Icelandic language actually live in Iceland and the number is about 320,000 speakers. There are some speakers that also live in the United States, Denmark and Canada.
The language is not considered an official language. The language dates back a long ways in history and has also formed it throughout the different time periods.
We offer professional Icelandic translation services to suit your needs. Our skilled translators will assist with medical, financial, legal, scholarly, and many other fields. Any document can be translated into Icelandic by our professional staff. Diplomas, degrees, transcripts, books, essays, and certificates will be translated accurately and efficiently.
About the Language:
The Icelandic language contains diphthongs and also monophthongs. The consonants in this language can be both voiced and unvoiced. This can make it difficult for some people who are used to either one of the others. Voice is a major play in the language and it is important for the voice to be correct to be able to be understood. The language itself contains grammar that is similar to other Germanic languages as well. The language has its own alphabet and also uses two letters that are no longer used in the English language.
The oldest texts that have been preserved were written in 1100 AD in the Icelandic language.
- Medical Equipment
- Christianity was introduced to the language in the 11th century
- Spoken in Iceland, the US and Canada
- Only about 320,000 speakers
- Spoken primarily in Iceland
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