Languages we translate​

At Eazy Translations, we understand that language is not just a collection of words; it’s a gateway to cultures, traditions, and the essence of human expression. Our passion lies in unravelling this complexity, bridging linguistic divides, and creating global business connections. 

At Eazy Translations, we offer translation services for a diverse range of languages, ensuring that our clients can effectively engage with international markets. Whether it’s translating business documents, marketing materials, or technical content, our team of experienced translators and linguists work tirelessly to convey your message accurately and authentically across linguistic boundaries. We translate many languages including…

  • English
  • Portugese
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Mandarin Chinese
  • Polish
  • Czech
  • Cantonese Chinese
  • Arabic
  • Russian
  • Dutch
  • Hebrew
  • Korean
  • Turkish

If the language you’d like isn’t listed, contact us and we will help.

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Why language translation?

Language translation plays a pivotal role in fostering communication and understanding among people from diverse linguistic backgrounds. It serves as a bridge that enables individuals to overcome language barriers and connect on a global scale. The necessity for language translation arises from the inherent diversity of languages spoken worldwide, each carrying its unique cultural nuances and expressions.

How were languages first translated?

The origins of language translation can be traced back to ancient civilizations where trade, diplomacy, and cultural exchanges necessitated communication between speakers of different languages. Early translation efforts were primarily driven by the need to facilitate commerce and diplomacy, as evidenced by the translation of administrative documents, treaties, and commercial contracts.

One of the earliest known translators in history is believed to be Sumerian princess Enheduanna, who lived in Mesopotamia around 2285-2250 BCE. Enheduanna was not only a high priestess but also a poet and a diplomat who is credited with translating Sumerian hymns and prayers into Akkadian, the language of diplomacy at the time.

Who was the first person to translate languages?

Since Enheduanna’s pioneering efforts, language translation has evolved significantly, propelled by advances in linguistics, technology, and globalization. 

Fast forward to the present day, translation has become more advanced and diversified, with a combination of human translators and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies offering effective language solutions. Human translators bring expertise, cultural sensitivity, and nuanced understanding to the translation process, ensuring accuracy and context preservation. Meanwhile, AI-powered translation tools, such as machine translation algorithms and computer-assisted translation software, enhance efficiency and productivity by automating certain aspects of the translation workflow.

In the current scenario, the synergy between human translators and AI technologies has led to more accessible and accurate language solutions. While AI can handle repetitive tasks and assist with initial translations, human translators play a crucial role in refining and ensuring the quality of the final output, particularly for complex texts requiring cultural nuances and context comprehension. This collaboration between human expertise and technological innovation continues to drive advancements in the field of language translation, making communication across linguistic boundaries more seamless and inclusive.