German belongs to the branch of the Germanic languages of Indo-European languages, and is one of the world’s common languages. It is one of the most widely spoken and the most geographically widespread language in Europe. It is mainly spoken in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, most of Switzerland, the South Tyrol part of Italy, the eastern cantons of Belgium, some regions of Poland and Romania, and the Alsace-Lorraine region of France.
German, the only official language of Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein, is also one of the official languages of Switzerland and Luxembourg. German-speaking minorities can be seen in various Eastern European countries such as Russia, Hungary, and Slovenia. Besides, it is spoken in North America (especially the USA), Latin America, Argentina, and some regions of Brazil. German, which contains French origin words, is spoken by about 120 million people in thirty-eight countries. Turkey hosts 25 thousand German.
As Mirora, we have business partners in Germany and Austria. Mirora offers high-quality, fast and reliable translation services in German from and to all languages worldwide with competitive prices, by our native translation teams.
Based on the motto “Consult one even if you know well,” we wanted to ask a translator friend who graduated from the German translation department before writing about it.
In this article, we will explore the impact of knowing the linguistic structure of languages on the translation process, and in this case, we will mainly focus on German – Turkish translation.