As a professional German translation agency in London, we provide clients in London and throughout the United Kingdom with German translation services of excellent quality at competitive prices. We ensure that all our translations are only done by university-qualified German translators with proven experience in the subject matter of the original document. At your request, we will return your document back to you in exactly the same format you gave it to us in. This means you will have an accurate German translation that you can use straight away without any additional cost or time wasted typesetting.
London Translation Services is the German translation agency you can trust with all your German translation needs. No matter how big or small your project.
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One of the great advantages to using a professional translation agency in London is that London Translation Services is pleased to provide you with a 100% free quotation service for your German translation projects.
London German Translators
German translators based in and around London with the experience and qualifications to get the job done right, first time round.
All the German translators in London that we work with have been thoroughly vetted and have at a bare minimum the following credentials:
- Native German speakers
- Accredited by at least one, often several official translation institutes
- Experienced with the subject matter of your text
- In possession of verified references from other German translation agencies in the United Kingdom
- University educated in translation from other languages into German
At the request of our client, supporting documentation of the translator's qualifications can be forwarded once the project has commenced.
Note that in the case of high-volume or specialised German translation projects, we always recommend that the client works directly with the German translator (or translators) in conjunction with one of our project managers.
Don't settle for anything but professional quality translation.
To ensure quality, for standard translation services into German, each translator never exceeds 2,500 words per day. In the case of technical translations from or into German, even less. This is the only way to ensure the translator is not rushed, and will take the time necessary to complete the project to perfection. If our client has an urgent assignment whereby more than 2,500 words need to be translated in one day, we will assign the job to two (or more depending on the volume) translators to work alongside each other.
Contact German London Translation Agency
To get in touch with one of our project managers and discuss your German translation requirements, please call, email or use our contact form.
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone: +44 (0) 207 993 4894
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Want to learn more about German?
Facts about the German Language
The German language comes from Latin and Greek of the Indo-European language family.
German is the only official language of Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein. It is one of the three working languages of the European Union. German is among the most commonly spoken languages in the world, and this, by almost 100 million people.
According to history, the Germanic language began with a first contact with the Romans, in the 1st century BC. With the Abrogans, in 765-775, a Latin-German glossary of 3000 Old High German words is recorded showing their Latin equivalents.
The German language has various regional dialects. The High German and the Standard German dialects show considerable differences.
During the 17th to the 19th century, we see a great influence of the French language while, in the 2nd half of the 20th century, the English language became more dominant.
Every year, the world-famous Oktoberfest beef festival takes place in the middle of September in Munich. They began brewing in 1810.
The world-famous composers of classical music such as Bach, Handel, Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms, Wagner, Franz Liszt and Richard Strauss are German people.
Germany has won a total of 1681 medals at Olympic Games: 547 Gold medals, 567 Silver medals and 567 Bronze medals, including the Winter Games of 2018.
In the German language, there are four cases for nouns, pronouns and adjectives. There are three genders, masculine, feminine and neuter. It also has strong and weak verbs.
To determine the function of a word within a sentence, nouns and most words with syntactical function are capitalized.
The longest German word is rinderkennzeichnungsund- rindfleischetikettierungsuberwacgyngsaufgabenubertragungsgesetz (beef labelling supervision duty assignment law).
Famous German People
The Grimm Brothers’ collection of fairy tales from the 19th century is famous throughout the world.
Martin Luther was the first to translate the Bible in German.
Other famous German people include: Adolf Hitler, Albert Einstein, Anne Frank, Charlemagne, Michael Schumacher, Heidi Klum, Oskar Schindler, Angela Merkel and Pope Benedict XVI.
Did you know?
- Germany was the first country in the world to adopt daylight saving time during the First World War (1916).
- Almost 70% of German roads have no speed limit.
- There are more than 300 varieties of baked bread in Germany.
- The Ulm Cathedral is the tallest church in the world, 161.53 m.
- A famous German saying is: Das ist nicht dein Bier!, which means “none of your business”.
Looking for a Career as a German Translator in London or elsewhere in the UK?
If you are a qualified German translator that has the above-mentioned credentials and are not yet registered with us, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please note that even if you are freelancing for other German translation agencies in London, as long as you have not signed an exclusivity or non-compete agreement with them, you may still work with us; simply email your CV and references to email@example.com and our HR department will be in touch with you shortly thereafter if interested.