Spanish translation

This page lets you make free translation not only between Spanish and English, but also over 100 language pairs. However, this is strictly for non-professional and casual needs. If you have any understanding of the required languages, it can be quite helpful to grasp the gist of a document in a split second, saving you money and time. It is a wonderful aid for language learners since it allows to listen to texts in their native accents.

The most popular expressions

On this page, you may find the most frequently used accurate translation sentences for situations in daily life such as basic expressions, making friends, asking directions, time expressions, in shopping, reservations and appointments. In these circumstances, feel free to use them whenever and wherever you are.

Looking for a free Spanish translator?

If so, you are at the right place. This webpage may provide you with free translation for both official documents and everyday conversation. Being able to quickly understand the text's primary idea is quite helpful, as it will save you both time and money.

How to translate from Spanish?

Just type in Spanish into the given box and click on the 'translate' button, then it will help you make computer-generated results. Therefore, it must not be considered fully accurate or precise; it just does give a sense of what is meant. To utilise it in reverse language pairs, the user just types messages and selects the desired target language. It is so easy to complete that even inexperienced website users may do it without difficulty in just one effort.

Can I listen to accents of the sentences?

Yes, you may also download audio versions of the translations and use them for non-commercial purposes.

Can we use the free translations on official documents?

Although this program is totally free, it cannot be used for professional tasks because it is fully machine-based. You should always keep in mind that a computer will never be able to take the position of an expert, albeit having some familiarity with the selected languages can be quite helpful.

Do you provide professional document translation services?

Yes, we do provide professional translation services in Spanish and English with our highly qualified native professionals who will finish the projects in high quality and on time.

Spanish Language

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Spanish is ranked among the top five widely spoken languages in the world. It belongs to the Romance group of languages and has its origins in the Castile region of Spain and is thus, at times, referred to as castellano or Castilian. In some regions it is also termed español. Worldwide, there are estimated to be more than 450 million native speakers of the language. The numbers go up to more than 550 million if speakers who speak it as a second language are counted as well.

Spanish is the national language of Spain. It is also widely spoken in South America and has marginally fewer speakers there than Portuguese, the popular language in the region. It is the official language of Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama, Paraguay, Mexico, Cuba Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Honduras, Venezuela, Uruguay. Equatorial Guinea, and the Philippines. There are significant numbers of Spanish-speaking people in the United States as well where the language is influenced by native American languages. The Spanish spoken in various areas varies dialectically, depending on the region. It is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

In the 16th century, the Spanish empire colonised parts of Americas, Africa, Philippines, and Oceania. As a result, the language spread to these areas and is still spoken there as a first language. Latin has been the biggest influence on the Spanish language. Over time, many words from other languages such as Arabic, French and Italian too have been absorbed in the language giving birth to its current form. Lately, some English words too have become a part of the language.

Spanish is written in the Latin script and its alphabet, called the abecedario, consists of 27 letters and 2 digraphs. It is quite phonemic in nature and thus easy to spell, relatively speaking. If one is aware of the right way of pronouncing a Spanish word, it can be spelt correctly. Of course this is not applicable to the foreign words that have been imbibed by the language later. What is unique about Spanish is the use of the inverted exclamation and question mark (¡ and ¿) and ñ. The latter has been adopted by some other languages too now. These changes were brought about by Real Academia Española that sets the rules for Spanish grammar usage and brings out dictionaries.