When you request an Arabic translation it is important that you remember that the language is written the opposite way from European languages, i.e. from right to left. The Arabic alphabet has its roots in Aramaic script and looks completely different from any European language, although many common words in English have been borrowed in translation from Arabic languages, such as ‘coffee’ and ‘crimson’ and even ‘algebra’.
In the middle ages the Middle East was a great centre of learning, particularly in the areas of science, mathematics and philosophy and the richness of the language and its influence on European languages is a result of its academic history.
If you are searching for a concise, informed Arabic translation or interpretation service in London, the greater UK or worldwide, contact language authority, Romo Translations, online for a free quote.
Continue browsing our website for more services; all Arabic/ English translation documents can be certified, legalised and/or notarised (sworn translation) upon request. We also specialise in the translation of Egyptian & Arabic power-of-attorney documents from Arabic to English and vice-versa. Alternatively, visit our London offices in Albion Street.
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