Today, Spanish is a language of communication of more than 500 million people worldwode; it is used both in Spain and in many other countries – from Uruguay to Equatorial Guinea. Spanish is among the official UN and EU languages. Its development can be traced back to the third century BC. As different nations easily mixed the Spanish with other languages, many Spanish dialects has been created, many of which still exist. For example, the so-called Spanish-Indian and Spanish-English “language mixtures” are very popular. That is why translation into Spanish can be only performed by a professional who knows both the variety of dialects and all key aspects of spelling.
Fair enough, Spanish translation is highly demanded. Should you go to work in Argentina or fly to a Spanish-speaking country for other needs, you will have to fill in the documents in Spanish to get a visa. Many people who buy real estate abroad will need assistance of professional Spanish translators.
In Spanish, adjectives and nouns are not inflected for case and have gender categories (masculine and feminine) and plural and singular numbers. 3 articles are used in Spanish: zero, indefinite, and definite. Documents translation into Spanish is not that simple!