Most frequently requested languages
Arabic is spoken by 280 million people as their native language, and is the official language of 26 countries - the third most after English and French. Media Lingo specializes in Arabic translation and subtitling. We work with an extensive network of linguists with expert knowledge of the culture, language and the target market you intend to reach.
China has the world's largest online community - and it's growing. Media Lingo works with some of the most respected Chinese translators and subtitlers in the world. The demand for Chinese translations has increased significantly over the last two years, and thanks to our dedicated Chinese team we are able to meet this demand.
With more than 86% of its population using the internet, Denmark has one of the highest internet usage penetration rates in the world. A study by EPiServer in April of last year found that 64% of customers use discussion forums to research products before buying online, and over 40% only purchase goods and services online if the shop is in Danish.
Media Lingo specializes in Dutch translation. We originally translated solely from English into Dutch and vice versa. Even though we now translate into and from all languages, Dutch is still one of the most important languages within our business.
More than 110 million people in 30 countries are native French speakers. French is the official working language for numerous international organizations including the International Criminal Court, the International Olympic Committee and the UN.
If you're looking to expand into the European market, then Germany is a great place to start. It has the largest national economy in Europe and the German e-commerce market is booming with more and more people shopping online every year.
30 Million Italians use the internet - this is roughly 6% of the total European Internet population. Translate your website into Italian now to reach this enormous potential market.
Japanese is a complex language to master as it uses a combination of three separate scripts and four different ways of addressing others depending on the relationship between speakers. Furthermore, there are dozens of dialects with significant differences.
Portuguese is spoken in all parts of the world, and it is the official language of 8 countries and numerous international organizations. There's some debate about how much European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese differ, but it's clear that the differences in spoken language are more pronounced than in the the formal written language.
Russian is the official language of nine countries and several international organizations around the world. There are emigrant communities around the world including in Germany, Australia and Latin America.
Media Lingo works with a team of outstanding Russian translators with expert knowledge of the Russian culture and market as well as experience in all areas of the Media industry.
Spanish is spoken in large parts of the world by about 500 million speakers, most of them in Latin America. It is the second most studied language after English and the third most widely spoken language after English and Chinese. If you're thinking of taking your business abroad, translating your website and other marketing materials into Spanish is an excellent idea.
Swedish is spoken by approximately 10 million people. It is primarily spoken in Sweden and Finland, and is to a considerable extent mutually intelligible with Norwegian and, to a lesser extent, Danish. So if you're looking to expand into the Nordic countries, Sweden is a great place to start. Media Lingo works with a team of professional Swedish linguists who know the target market and culture well.
Although Welsh is spoken by a relatively small number of people - around 750,000 - support for the language grew during the second half of the 20th century. On 9 February 2011, a set of measures was passed making the Welsh language an officially recognized language within Wales.