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Dead Languages:

As time passes, things change. Some of them lose their value while others become more important. History is filled with the example of things that were very popular once but then faded into nothingness. It gets to the point where no one knows those things existed except historians. But there are a few things that we manage to preserve by documenting them. They went extinct in the past couple of centuries, which is why recording them was easier. Take Latin, for instance, which is a dead language, but we have enough material on it that people can still learn it. Maybe some of our Latin dictionaries are not complete, but that doesn’t mean that the language is gone completely. However, there is one dead language which revived successfully, and that is Hebrew.

The Hebrew Language:

The earliest record of written Hebrew can be traced back to 10 BCE. But when the Jews rebelled against the Roman Empire, the decline of the language began. Between 200 and 400 CE, it had ceased to be an everyday tongue. Aramaic and Greek took its place and became the common vernacular of immigrants and elites. The only way through which Hebrew survived that period is Jewish liturgy.

It was revised as a spoken language in the 19th century. Once the State of Israel was established, Hebrew became its main language. By the end of the last century, it was spoken by five million people of earth. Today, Modern Hebrew is the official language of the state. But the old form of the vernacular is still around and is used for prayer and study within the Jewish communities. The US has the second-highest number of Hebrew speakers after Israel. Most of these speakers moved to the US from Israel.

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Today, the language is studied by Jews as well as the students of Judaism. Archaeologists and linguists also take a special interest in it. There is also a variety known as Biblical Hebrew. Due to its liturgical value, the Jews often refer to it as ‘the Holy language.’

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English to Hebrew Translation for Business:

Believe it or not, Israel is a great place to start a new business. But even if you have an established business, you can expand into Israel and introduce your products to a new target audience. However, you will need the help of linguistic experts to connect with the new audience. Although literacy level is quite high in the country, and most people can speak and understand English, no business should ignore Hebrew when devising a marketing plan. Even communicating with employees would become easier if you were to employ a team of translators. If you have a US business, then it will be easier to open its branch in Israel due to the good relationships between the two countries. But you will need English to Hebrew translations for business, and that’s exactly what we offer. You can get high-quality professional translations for all of your business need at affordable rates. You will also be able to sign a contract to ensure the extra security of your data. We protect our clients and work hard to provide them satisfactory services every time. So, if you are in need of linguistic assistance, you can rest assured that our team of experts will be able to help you.

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Certified English to Hebrew Translation:

Whether you are applying for a visa to Israel or immigration, you will have to go through a lot of paperwork. You will also have to submit your personal documents to prove your identity. You might also be asked to submit proof of your clean criminal records. But if you are a US citizen, all of your papers will be in English, which is why you will need to get them translated. Since Hebrew is the official language of Israel, your documents should be translated to it. However, you can’t get this translation from a machine or a bilingual friend. You will need a certified translation, which is something only a highly qualified linguistic expert can provide you. We have a team full of immigration experts who provide certified translations to millions of people each year. By letting them help you, you would also become one of those lucky people to get your immigration request accepted on the first try because we have a hundred percent acceptance rate.

We will send you an accurate translation along with the signed statement of the linguistic expert as proof that their work is complete and does not contain any errors. You will be able to receive this affordable service within 24 hours, but you can also request for urgent assistance if you have a quickly approaching deadline. Once you upload the document to our website and provide us all the details we need, the project will be forwarded to the relevant expert. They will finish it and then send it over to the proofreader for a final check. Once we are certain that everything is accurate, we will send it over to you.

We offer our services for more than 200 languages. So, you don’t have to worry if the language you need help with is dead or known, only be a few. If it is still being learned and used by the authorities in a part of the world, we will be able to help you out with it. You can get accurate results from us for all the languages.

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