Hebrew is an oficial language in Israel. It is also quite spread in Palestine. Hebrew is a traditional language in Judaism and it is spoken by about 8 mln. people. One of its peculiarities is writing from the right to the left.
Only qualified and graduated in the translation area translators and editors work in Intellect Agency and they will provide you with the translation from and to Hebrew within the stipulated term.
For the time we have been on the market we have seen lots and different texts in Hebrew. Many times we need to translate personal documents but also documents with technical texts, official documents, contracts, laws, medical expertises from examinations, discharge summaries, business correspondence.
We also provide a flexible order system so we are useful fo everyone to a maximum extent.
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For several years we've been observing a trend for increasing the translation requests in the corporate sector and as you may know the corporate clients are distinguished with their increased engagement and dynamic way of life. Very often they need urgent translations and this requires urgent reaction from our side as well.
We have a more than ten-year experience in this area and we can guarantee a fast execution of the service regardless of the volume and we provide it of good quality. We use contemporary methods, we have reached full harmony among the employees and we guarantee full confdentiality of the data provided. In short, we provide security to the client regarding the task assigned so contact our operators now and we wil lbe happy to assist you.
Hebrew is a Semitic language spoken by about 7 800 000 people mainly in Israel. The earliests evidences about the language date back to X centiry B.C. The Torah and the main part of the Old Testament are written in Hebrew. In the beginning of the first millenium Hebrew ceases to be a spoken language and is used mainly for religious and scientific purposes. The contemporary Hebrew is formed in the course of Haskalah movement in the middle of IX century based on the classic Hebrew that dates back to VI century B.C.