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Although English speakers and French speakers are scattered around the world, Spanish speakers are primarily located in Latin America and Europe, with a minority presence in Africa. Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world (332 million speakers) after Chinese (885 million), ahead of English (322 million) and Arabic (200 million).
Atenao and English to Spanish translation
16% of the agency’s translations (source 2006).
Main fields: Tourism, Legal, Agri-food sector, Finance, Consulting,
For your English to Spanish translations: a quick and easy process
You send us your text in the desired format. After evaluating the document, we send you a quote for your translation indicating the delivery date as well.
Our team of professional translators
Our experienced team of native, fully bilingual translators, professors and qualified professionals puts its skills to work in order to translate your texts all while keeping the original meaning intact.
Our team is made up of 19 English to Spanish translators who specialize in their field.
The guarantee :
- A perfectly accurate English to Spanish translation.
- A translation that's ready for publication and distribution.
- A translation that's in keeping with the evolution of languages.
For all your French to Spanish translation projects, we implement rigorous work methods so that you can get an optimal finished product that meets your requirements:
- The choice of media for sending and receiving your documents is up to you (paper, electronic format, e-mail).
- A project manager will take charge of the project and is your only contact person up to the final approval.
- A French to Spanish translator who is specialized in your branch of activity is assigned to the project until the end. Equipped with the best language processing software, the translator combines his command of the language with the most powerful computer tools.
Born in Spain where she grew up, Patricia received a bilingual education in French in Spanish. Her interest in French and English first led her to teach these languages to foreigners, but after 15 years in this career, she landed a job as an archivist and translator at the University of the Basque Country (Spain) where she took up her studies again and prepared her doctoral thesis on the science of education. More contracts followed, and then more requests from researchers in various fields.
When she finished school, she reoriented her career towards freelance Spanish translation, an activity where her fondness for introspective and well-done work makes for a good combination with her command of languages. Patricia is the mother of two children.