Localisation is particularly important when it comes to languages like German that are spoken in a number of countries. Different dialects exist in many parts of the world, where words belonging to the same language are different depending on the region where they are used. For instance, the German word for ‘pancakes’ is ‘Pfannkuchen’ but in Austrian-German, the word you will commonly hear is ‘Palatschinken’. Localisation is a concept that our professional Austrian-German translators understand. We work with linguists who are fluent in Austrian-German and know the differences between this and standard German. Working with our mother-tongue Austrian-German translators, we will ensure that your translation is suitable for use in their native Austria, as we do when translating for Microsoft, The German National Tourist Office, Aveda, The Body Shop, Red Cross and Castrol. With our same-day service, we will reliably deliver urgent short translations in more than 80% of languages. You can now get an instant quote for our Austrian-German translation service by using our online quote tool above.
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Austrian-German is the national standard variety of the German language spoken in Austria and South Tyrol. All our translators are native speakers of the language they translate as per the latest translation certification standard, ISO 17100 : 2015, and also work in specialist fields and across a diverse range of sectors.
Austrian-German is spoken in Austria, but its users are also found in the autonomous Province of South Tyrol, in Italy. The standardised form of Austrian-German for official texts and schools is defined by the Austrian dictionary. Much like the variations between British, American, Canadian and Australian English, there are some divergences between Austrian-German and other forms of standard German. These include instances of spelling, word usage, grammar and figures of speech. If you have business partners in Austria or wish to market your business there, we would be happy to assist you with your translation requirements.
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