Icelandic translation

Company specialising in English-Icelandic translation

Our translation agency guarantees first-class Icelandic translations and interpretations carried out by professionals with many years experience in the business. We will find you an Icelandic – English or English – Icelandic translator or interpreter whatever your job is!

We would be grateful if you could provide us with the following details if you would like to place an order for an Icelandic РEnglish translator:

      • Source and target language
      • Length of text or the text in a marketable format
      • Order and requested date of delivery
      • Desired final file format and aims and objectives of the text

      A qualified linguist for your icelandic translation

      We can guarantee our customers top quality translations every time. We manage to achieve this because we work solely with Icelandic/English translators who have many years experience in the business, have the necessary qualifications in translation and all translate into their native language.

      What is extremely important to us is being able to guarantee that our translators are specialised in the area of expertise that your require. After many years in the business we understand how important it is for translators to be not only linguistically compentent but also to be completely familiar with terminology and techincal terms in their chosen field. Only then can they produce top-quality translations.

      About the icelandic language

      Icelandic belongs to the Indo-Germanic family of languages and is currently spoken by around 300,000 people in the world. The vast majority of Icelandic speakers live in Iceland, but there are a large number of Icelandic speakers is Denmark, most of whom are students. Although Iceland itself is a member of the Nordic Council, only Danish, Swedish and Norwegian are used as its working languages.

      The Icelandic alphabet has 32 letters, the majority of which come from the Latin alphabet. The language has kept the grammatical features of other Germanic languages and very much resembles Old Norwegian.