Spanish Translation Service

Spanish Contract Translation Service

Translation mistakes and misunderstandings are absolutely inadmissible in translation of contracts and other legal documents as it may result in extra costs or even in raising the lawsuits.

We cooperate with highly professional and experienced linguists who use the most efficient translation technologies. Such approach enables us to offer you the best quality of translation.

Spanish Financial Translation Service

Spanish financial translation requires correspondence to especially designed standards. SOLT permanently deals with banks, managers and different financial institutions in order to satisfy contemporary requirements to translation. Our translators are continuously working to master their skills and abilities and to reach the highest standards of work in the industry of financial translations.

About Spanish

The Spanish language is derived from Latin dialects when the Western Roman Empire collapsed in the fifth century. When the Kingdom of Castile expanded into Southern and Central Iberia Spanish spread out into their territories. Spanish belongs to the Ibero-Romance group of languages and is also known as Castilian (Castile is a region in Spain). It is very popular all over the world and it is the native language for more than 450 million people. 60 million people speak Spanish as a second language, not less than 20 million people study it.  Spanish is the second most-common native language in the World (after Chinese) and one of the six languages of the United Nations. Nine of ten Spanish native speakers live in Western Hemisphere with an overwhelming majority of native Spanish speakers. The Spanish language has expanded and diffused along the territories of America, Oceania, Philippines and Africa. The former British colony Beize did not officially recognize Spanish as an official language. Such countries as Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago applied to their national educational entities for teaching Spanish. The Trinidad government launched the SAFFL initiative (‘Spanish is a First Foreign Language’) after  the National Congress of Brazil had approved that Spanish is to be studied in public and private schools of Brazil. In many villages and towns, especially in those located along the Paraguayan–Brazilian and Uruguayan–Brazilian border areas a hybrid language called Portuñol is actively spoken.

The first attempts of standartization of the Spanish language were made in the 15th century. In general the Spanish language was much influenced by Iberi-Romance languages incliding Basque. It  also assigned many words from Arabic during the presence of Muslim along the Iberian Peninsula. Later Spanish absorbed a lot of words from such languages as Italian, French, Sardinian and Occitan.  English native speakers learn Spanish more often than any other languages. Spanish speaking countries are becoming more and more popular because its growing economies lead to rapid population growth and increase of tourist quantity.  So the Spanish language is also becoming more and more extended. In today’s world English is still on the first place through the most studied languages in the world, French is considered as the second but Spanish has currently overtaken French.

According to the name of the region where it was born Spanish is also called Castilian and it emphasizes its difference from other languages of Spain. Of course the Spanish language has a variety of dialects which differ from each other a lot. Dialects may vary from continent to continent, from country to country and even within one country where they are used. There are Southern and Northern dialects, Spanish dialects in Africa, in America, Central American Spanish, Caribbean Spanish, Chilean Spanish etc. Spanish dialects used in South America and Latin America  differ very much from  Spanish which is spoken, for example, in historically conservative  Andean Highlands and  is more common with Spanish used in central Mexico which is on the first place as the country with the most quantity of Spanish native speakers. A lot of innovative and conservative dialects are represented in Colombian Spanish. The  Spanish language of Venezuela and Argentina has many common features with Spanish of the Caribbean islands. 

Millions of Spanish speakers live in Latin America.  Equatorial Guinea and Spain which are located outside America have the Spanish speaking majority.

Spanish is the official language of the following countries: Spain, Argentina, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Paraguay, Peru, Honduras, Nicaragua, Uruguay, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panama, Venezuela and Chile.

According to the country’s census 2018 Spanish is spoken by approximately 56 per cent of the world’s population.

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