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Hebrew Translation Services

Evoluz Translation Services offers professional Hebrew translation services for English to Hebrew and Hebrew to English language combinations. We can also translate Hebrew into over 100 other languages. In fact, Evoluz Translation Services has pioneered to be one of the agencies in the industry to translate Hebrew to literally any language.

Whatever your Hebrew translation requirement is, we are confident that our translation team is experienced and qualified to handle the project to your highest satisfaction. Your satisfaction is guaranteed as our Hebrew translators have the knowledge and expertise of using the appropriate terminologies needed for documents from different subject areas.

We have excellent Hebrew project management team and quality assurance editors who can localize any content or document. Our Quality Managers are assigned to specific projects as per their area of knowledge and experience. This will give you peace of mind as your documents are quality controlled by the best in the business.

 
Our Subject Areas:
Computers, Software and Data Processing
Applied Sciences, Technology & Engineering, Communication, Chemical Industry
Manufacturing, Military Science, Naval Science, Transport
Agriculture, Fisheries, Farming, Food Industry, Forestry
Housekeeping, Hospitality, Stockbreeding, Wildlife Exploration
Medicine, Health
Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Meteorology, Physics, Zoology
Accounting, Business, Economics, Education, Finance
Government, Law, Political Science, Social Sciences
Generalities, Anthropology, Archaeology, Geography
History, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Theology
Arts, Music, Language, Linguistics, Literature
Recreation, Entertainment, Architecture, Photography, Cinematography
 
Our Document Types:
Hebrew Divorce Certificate/Documents Translation
Hebrew Judgement Translation
Hebrew Police Record Translation
Hebrew Wills Translation
Hebrew Education and Academic Degree Translation
Hebrew Diploma and Degree Translation
Hebrew Naturalization Papers Translation
Hebrew Immigration Papers Translation
Hebrew Global Patents Translation
Hebrew Legal Documents Translation
Hebrew Deposition/Trial Translation
Hebrew Litigation Documents Translation
Hebrew Drivers License Translation
Hebrew Employee Handbooks Translation
Hebrew Technical Manuals Translation
Hebrew Website Content Translation
Hebrew Software Content Translation
Hebrew Brochures and Catalogues Translation
Hebrew Passport Translation
 
What we offer:
Round-the-clock operations: With our global operations, our priority has been to serve our clients promptly on time. You can contact us 24/7 and we will be glad to help.
Experienced Workforce: Qualified translators with over 3+ years of translation experience and dedicated project managers operating out of multiple offices (Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Dubai) to serve you better.
Highly competitive prices with volume discounts: Regardless of the volume and type of material that needs translating, we are confident that our rates are highly competitive in the market.
Extensive variety of languages: We are able to translate around 130 languages, from the most widely used to the most uncommon ones providing controlled and targeted communication in all languages.
Extensive variety of subjects: We provide translation services in a wide array of subject areas, including: legal, technical, medical, brochure, website, financial, pharmaceutical, aerospace etc.
Fast turnaround times: We offer a rapid response without compromising the quality of our service. We complete emergency translation projects faster and with the same accuracy that you would expect from long-term projects.
Confidentiality: Evoluz Translation Services maintains a strict confidential translation policy regardless of whether the translation project is the translation of a legal contract or something much more general.
Variety of Services: Our other services in Hebrew to English language combination are Hebrew interpretation, voice-overs, transcriptions, and multilingual search engine optimization.
 
Information about Hebrew Translation

Hebrew is a Semitic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family spoken by more than seven million people in Israel and Jewish communities around the world. In Israel, it is the de facto language of the state and the people, as well as being one of the two official languages (together with Hebrew), and it is spoken by a majority of the population.

The core of the Tanach (the Hebrew Bible) is written in Classical Hebrew, and much of its present form is specifically the dialect of Biblical Hebrew that scholars believe flourished around the 6th century BCE, near the Babylonian exile. For this reason, Hebrew has been referred to by Jews as Lĕshn Ha-Qdesh, "The Holy Language", since ancient times.

Most linguists agree that after the 6th century BCE when the Neo-Babylonian Empire destroyed Jerusalem and exiled its population to Babylon and Cyrus The Great, the King of Kings or Great King of Persia gave them their freedom to return, the Biblical Hebrew dialect prevalent in the Bible came to be replaced in daily use by new dialects of Hebrew and a local version of Aramaic. After the 2nd century CE when the Roman Empire exiled the Jewish population of Jerusalem and parts of the Bar Kokhba State, Hebrew gradually ceased to be a spoken language, but remained a major literary language. Letters, contracts, commerce, science, philosophy, medicine, poetry, and laws were written in Hebrew, which adapted by borrowing and inventing terms.

Hebrew, long extinct outside of Jewish liturgical and scholarly purposes, was revived as a literary and narrative language by the Haskalah (Enlightenment) movement of the mid-19th century. Near the end of that century the Jewish linguist Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, owing to the ideology of Zionism, began reviving Hebrew as a modern spoken and written language. Eventually it replaced a score of languages spoken by Jews at that time, such as Hebrew, Ladino (also called Judezmo), Yiddish, Russian, and other languages of the Jewish diaspora.

Because of its large disuse for centuries, Hebrew lacked many modern words. Several were adapted as neologisms from the Hebrew Bible or borrowed from Yiddish and other languages by Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. Modern Hebrew became an official language in British-ruled Palestine in 1921 (along with English and Hebrew), and then in 1948 became an official language of the newly declared State of Israel.

 
 

  Marketing and PR Translation

  Official Government Translation

  Technical and Research Translation

  Legal and Document Translation

  Medical Translation

  Financial Translation

 
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