English to Icelandic Translation Projects
We assist organizations with documentation or marketing material (e.g. brochures, manuals, website content, PowerPoint presentations, product labeling, etc.) that are written in Icelandic and require accurate translation into English.
Of course, in addition to English to Icelandic and Icelandic to English translation assignments, we can also assist you with the translation of the world's most popular languages to and from Icelandic: Arabic ↔ Icelandic; Spanish ↔ Icelandic; French ↔ Icelandic; German ↔Icelandic; Italian ↔ Icelandic; Portuguese ↔ Icelandic; Russian ↔ Icelandic; Japanese ↔ Icelandic; Chinese ↔ Icelandic; Hindi ↔ Icelandic; to name but the most popular... We can source translation expertise for virtually any language pair.
Icelandic Language Style
Our translators, editors and proofreaders render well-written and clearly understandable texts. We place a high value on rendering a finished product that is faithful to the language style of the original text.
Icelandic to English Translation Projects
We assist businesses in finding the best available Icelandic to English language translation resources – including experienced Icelandic language translators (native-speaking Icelandic if appropriate or required).
In our experience, a Icelandic language native-speaker may not necessarily be the right translator for the job. (See: Common myths and misconceptions about translation.) Though a native-speaker may be preferable for certain translation assignments, having Icelandic as a native language may not 'translate into' Icelandic language expertise (pun intended). An experienced linguist with strong Icelandic and English language translation credentials, in-depth experience and professional credentials, regardless of native language, may often prove to be a better choice.
Identifying and securing the services of the appropriate Icelandic language resources is what we do! (Refer to our Icelandic translation assignment process for information on our Icelandic translation project management process).
In a nutshell, we use professional translators who have a solid mastery of the Icelandic language (grammar, spelling, cultural nuances) and a solid understanding of the subject matter.
Once we are confident that the appropriate freelance resources have been identified and certain that we can honour the project deadline, we submit a quote for the translation assignment.
If we cannot secure the appropriate resources, we will do our best to refer you to Icelandic translation sources of information that we have confidence in.
EuroTalk Interactive - Talk Now! Learn Icelandic – English ↔ Icelandic
Talk Now! is the world's best selling language learning CD-ROM series for beginners, used by more than three million people to date. Designed for newcomers to the language, Talk Now! is the perfect method to access a wealth of comprehensive fundamental vocabulary and accurate pronunciation in one user-friendly plan packed with useful words, a picture dictionary, and quizzes. Anyone over 10 years of age will find the program indispensable for improving listening, understanding and spoken language skills.
The "intelligent" software feature remembers words you get wrong and targets your weak points.
Extensive basic vocabulary, from first words, food, colors, phrases, parts of the body and numbers, to telling time, shopping and countries.
Each of the target languages for Talk Now! has help available in an additional 102 languages – simply choose the flag of your native country in the beginning of the program & EuroTalk's Talk Now! Program will provide instruction in your native language.
Each topic contains listening practice, an easy game, a hard game, a printable dictionary as well as the opportunity to record your voice and hear how you sound in comparison to the two native speakers who tutor the user throughout the Talk Now! course.
Each question that is answered correctly increases the user's score - get an answer wrong and points will be lost. There are 1800 points in total to gain from the disc. A full score earns the user a 'Gold Award'.
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The Icelandic Language Landscape
Population of Iceland: 304,367 (July 2008 est.)|
Internet country code: .is
Internet users: 194,000 (2006)
Icelandic is a North Germanic language, the language of Iceland. Its closest relative is Faroese and then West Norwegian dialects such as Sognamäl.
Icelandic is an Indo-European language belonging to the North Germanic branch of the Germanic languages. It is the closest living relative of Faroese and along with this and Norwegian it forms the West Scandinavian languages, the descendant of the western dialects of Old Norse. Danish and Swedish make up the other branch, called the East Scandinavian languages. More recent analysis divides the North Germanic languages into insular Scandinavian and continental Scandinavian languages, grouping Norwegian with Danish and Swedish based on mutual intelligibility and the fact that Norwegian has been heavily influenced by East Scandinavian (particularly Danish) during the last millennium and has diverged considerably from both Faroese and Icelandic.
Sources: CIA World Factbook and Wikipedia – Content available under GNU Free Documentation License
The Global Language Landscape – Languages in Use on the Internet
FreeTranslationClassifieds.com website for Icelandic Translation resources.
ICELANDIC TRANSLATION BOOK STORE
Everything the web has to offer in terms of bi-directional Icelandic dictionaries, Icelandic reference material, Icelandic translation software and hardware that is of particular interest to translators working with Icelandic, as well as the Icelandic translation and linguistics community can be found in the CILFOtranslations.com Icelandic Translation Bookstore.
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