Italian Translation Service
You can get certified Italian translation services by NAATI Italian translators emailed and posted to you no matter where you're based in Australia.
Professional Italian translations certified by NAATI accredited translators for documents are accepted in Australia by the immigration department and other Australian government authorities.
For technical or business documents that are not required for the immigration department or for legal court use, we also provide competitively-priced, non-certified Italian translations, delivered by professional Italian translators.
We provide Italian translation services globally and within Australia, with deliveries to New South Wales (NSW), Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Northern Territory (NT), Victoria (VIC), Queensland (QLD), South Australia (SA), Tasmania (TAS) and Western Australia (WA).
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NAATI Certified Italian Translator
Accredited Italian to English translator or English to Italian translator services in Australia.
Accredited Italian Translator
Our Italian translators are accredited, meaning they renew their certification with NAATI at regular intervals as to remain up-to-date and committed to the highest level of competency and currency in the profession.
The Italian Language
Italian is a Romance language spoken mainly in Europe. Many speakers are native bilinguals of both standardised Italian and other regional languages. Italian is spoken as a mother tongue by 65 million people in the EU. Including the Italian speakers in non-EU European countries (such as Switzerland and Albania) and on other continents, the total number of speakers is more than 85 million. Italian derives diachronically from Latin. Unlike most other Romance languages, Italian retains Latin's contrast between short and long consonants. Among the Romance languages, Italian is the closest to Latin in terms of vocabulary.
We can translate Italian into all major Asian-European languages. Examples include:
- Italian to English Translation
- Italian to Dutch Translation
- Italian to French Translation
- Italian to Portuguese Translation
- Italian to Spanish Translation
- Italian to Chinese Translation
- Italian to Vietnamese Translation
- Italian to Russian Translation
- Italian to Arabic Translation
- Italian to German Translation
- English to Italian Translation
Italian grammar is typical of the grammar of Romance languages in general. Cases exist for pronouns (nominative, oblique, accusative, dative), but not for nouns. There are two genders (masculine and feminine). Nouns, adjectives, and articles inflect for gender and number (singular and plural). Adjectives are sometimes placed before their noun and sometimes after. Subject nouns generally come before the verb. Subjective pronouns are usually dropped, their presence implied by verbal inflections. Noun objects come after the verb, as do pronoun objects after imperative verbs and infinitives, but otherwise pronoun objects come before the verb. There are numerous contractions of prepositions with subsequent articles. There are numerous productive suffixes for diminutive, augmentative, pejorative, attenuating etc., which are also used to create neologisms.1