Italian Translators | Italian Interpreters | Lagos | Abuja | Port harcourt | Nigeria
Italian Cultural Expertise
Translation and interpretation is more than just transposing words into the correct language. For true and reliable communication, Italian interpreters and translators must not only be familiar in the linguistic intricacies of both English and Italian- they must also be cultural experts that can parse subtext and connotation depending on cultural and environmental contexts.
Here are some of the projects we can complete for you:
- Italian Interpretation for Conferences & Seminars
- Italian Interpretation for Depositions, Trials & Hearings
- Italian Translation for Medical Documents
- Italian Interpretation for Recorded Statements
We provide interpretation services for English to Italian, Italian to English as well as multiple other languages…
We provide Italian translation and interpreting services for all industries and occasions in locations across Nigeria and West Africa sub-region.
Translation Equipment NG provides professional Italian translators and interpreters for documents and events of all natures.
We select interpreters and translators with expertise in the relevant field for your requirements. Their knowledge of the subject means they are able to translate technical and industry-specific terminology.
Our Italian linguists have the experience and professional background necessary to provide high-quality document translation and professional interpreting services for a wide range of specialist fields.
About Italian Language
Italian language, Italian Italiano, Romance language spoken by some 66,000,000 persons, the vast majority of whom live in Italy (including Sicily and Sardinia). It is the official language of Italy, San Marino, and (together with Latin) Vatican City. Italian is also (with German, French, and Romansh) an official language of Switzerland, where it is spoken in Ticino and Graubünden (Grisons) cantons by some 666,000 individuals. Italian is also used as a common language in France (the Alps and Côte d’Azur) and in small communities in Croatia and Slovenia. On the island of Corsica a Tuscan variety of Italian is spoken, though Italian is not the language of culture. Overseas (e.g., in the United States, Brazil, and Argentina) speakers sometimes do not know the standard language and use only dialect forms. Increasingly, they only rarely know the language of their parents or grandparents. Standard Italian was once widely used in Somalia and Malta, but no longer. In Libya too its use has died out.