Veritas can provide you with high quality Welsh translation services, carried out by qualified and professional Welsh translators in a broad range of sectors, including legal, medical, business, financial, and many technical spheres.
We are ISO-accredited, and assure you that our quality assurance procedures for Welsh translation are the strictest in the industry, and we only work with in-country Welsh translators who have at least five years professional experience in specialist Welsh translation and who are experts in the field you require.
We work with more than 5,500 linguists in 68 countries working between over 2,000 language combinations, including English to Welsh translation, Welsh to English translation, German to Welsh translation, Italian to Welsh translation and thousands more…
Veritas work with native Welsh speakers to bring you high quality Welsh translation and interpreting services. Whether it’s Welsh to English or English to Welsh translation or interpreting services you’re after, we can guarantee professional linguists and interpreters to suit your individual or business needs.
Welsh – a flexible translation service
We can also translate to and from over 200 other languages, so if you’re looking for a more unusual pairing with Welsh then do not hesitate to get in touch by calling +44 (0)800 8600 674 or emailing [email protected]
Alternatively, you can use our free, simple to use quotation app. You can upload or copy and paste the text that you want to translate to or from Welsh and our clever app will do the hard work for you, giving you a detailed quotation for a Welsh translation or interpreting service.
You can be sure that Veritas will find the right people to provide you with a superb Welsh translation or interpreting service, and with half a million native Welsh speakers worldwide we can help companies and businesses around the globe to reach out to potential new clients.
Why does my company need a high quality Welsh translation service?
The most important part of choosing a translation company is trust. Since you probably don’t speak Welsh yourself, it is important that you are confident about choosing the right translation company.
Veritas only works with in-country Welsh translators and interpreters who have at least five years professional experience in translating to and from Welsh, and who are experts in the specific field you require. Whether you need a translation of a legal contract, a technical document, a website, software or a birth certificate, or a court or conference interepreter we have the right person for you who translates solely into their native language.
- Welsh translation and language - an overview
Welsh is spoken throughout Wales and in the Welsh colony (yr Wladfa) in Patagonia, Argentina. There are also around 2,500 welsh speakers in the United States and around 2,200 in Canada, plus Engld, Scotland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Welsh orthography uses 28 letters (including eight digraphs) of the Latin script to write native Welsh words as well as older loanwords, meaning elements of Welsh translation are similar in many respects to translating into Latin and French. Historically, the Welsh language has also been known in English as Cambrian, Cambric and Cymric.
- Wales - a nation of tradition
Every year, the Welsh celebrate St. David’s Day on March 1st. All over the country, children dress in traditional attire to celebrate, and take part in eisteddfodau. An eisteddfod is a Welsh festival of culture, celebrating literature, music, and performance. People often wear symbols of Wales for the day, such as a a leek or daffodil, to show their pride. Parades are also held, the largest of which takes place in the capital city, Cardiff.
Naturally, Welsh is the official language of the Eisteddfod, but translation services are provided for people who don’t speak the language. If you know a little Welsh, this would be the perfect opportunity to practise! There is even a section of the festival dedicated to Welsh learners, called the Maes D, where language translation and learning resources and advice are shared, and events and competitions are held.
- Useful links
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