We offer translation services in Arabic, from Italian to Arabic and from Arabic to Italian, using professional mother-tongue translators who we carefully select depending on the type of work and translation to be carried out.
All translations are overseen by Project Managers with organisational and language skills, who coordinate the various professionals involved and act as a contact person for the client, carefully assessing the meaning of the content to be conveyed and the relative recipients.
During the Middle Ages, many Arabic words entered the Italian language, especially in sectors in which the Arabs excelled: navigation, commerce, mathematics, astronomy and medicine.
Today, Arabic is the fifth most widely spoken language in the world, with over 300 million speakers. It is more widely spoken than French and German and is one of the official languages of the United Nations.
It is written from right to left and has the unique characteristic of being a language with many consonants but not many vowels. Arabic words are rooted in guttural consonants and are only written in italics. Alongside modern standard Arabic (“MSA”), which is taught in schools and used by the media, there is also spoken Arabic, made up of a wide range of dialects that the natives of the various geographical areas learn spontaneously from birth. Today, standard Arabic is used for almost all written work; it is also the language used in formal speeches, in radio and television broadcasting, in official announcements and political proclamations, as well as in all cultural and educational fields.