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Hebrew Translation Services

Despite its small population, Israel is one of the world's leading industrial countries. It has a highly educated and tech-savvy population that has made it a highly desirable location for businesses to locate and to sell their products. As a country often in the news, many people are interested in hearing directly from Israeli sources or sharing their information with them. Axis Translations is the perfect partner to provide you with Hebrew translation services.

Professional Hebrew Translators

Axis Translations can complete high quality Hebrew translations, regardless of the other language involved. Our Hebrew translation services can translate your documents into Hebrew or translate Hebrew documents into your native language, no matter what language that is. Our extensive team of Hebrew translators have all been trained, tested, and approved to ensure their excellence. We also conduct random audits of the translators' work, so you can be sure you're getting the most accurate and engaging translations available.

Our human translators give you a quality Hebrew translation that machine (software) translations can't hope to do. Hebrew is a particularly challenging language for machine translations due to the complexity of its alphabet. The challenges of the Hebrew alphabet are another reason that having quality, human Hebrew translations can be so critical to the success of your business in Israel.

Most Israelis speak English well, and often speak at least one other language in addition to English. Despite their skill at speaking foreign languages, when they see a sea of foreign letters, it can make reading in a foreign language quite taxing. If you want your website, manual, promotional material, or article to be read, having a Hebrew translation for it is critical for consumption by Israeli readers.

Hebrew Transcription Service

One of the great benefits of our Hebrew translation services is that we can do so much more than just text translations. We can create a transcript from an audio of video event. We can also provide Hebrew language voiceovers for your audio and video presentations. Axis Translations can also do software localization so your software has an increased likelihood that this tech-crazy nation will select it to use.

Hebrew Interpreters

We can also offer Hebrew interpreters on location. This inmcludes court interpreters, conference interpreters and interptering services for a wide ramge of circumstances.

There is also no end to the types of content our Hebrew translation services can translate for you. Even if you have highly technical or specialized content, such as financial statements, technical engineering manuals, or medical documents, we have Hebrew translators experienced in your field. You can contact Axis Translations today to get a free quote on your Hebrew translation project.

Interesting Facts About Israel:

  • Israel is both one of the world's oldest and newest countries. Ancient Israel was founded over 3,000 years ago, while the modern state of Israel was established in 1948.
  • It's GDP is $235 billion with a population of around 6 million people.
  • Israelis are world-leaders in social media usage, averaging over 11 hours per week.
  • Its medical electronics, computer design, agricultural technology, and plastics manufacturing are world innovators.
  • Israelis have the highest ratio of university degrees in the world.

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Interesting Facts About Hebrew

  • Hebrew is written from right to left.
  • Hebrew vowels are rarely included in Hebrew texts, but are written below the consonants if they are included.
  • Each Hebrew letter has a corresponding numerical value, which is believed to infuse Hebrew words with mystical properties based on their numerical makeup.
  • Hebrew was lost as a spoken language for over 2,000 years, but was revived into a modern language by Eliezer Ben Yehuda in the late 19th century.
  • Hebrew has two derivative languages developed over the centuries by Jewish populations living outside Israel: Yiddish, which was used by Eastern European Jews, and Ladino, which was used by Iberian Jews.