Where Can I Find German Medical Translation?
By Camille Bouvet, Lingolet Intern
In the United States, around 1 million people speak German.
In North Dakota, it is the second language the most widespread, after English. About 130 million people speak the German language as their mother tongue worldwide, making it the twelfth most widely spoken language globally.
German is one of the FIGS (French, Italian, German, Spanish), the four main languages to master for an English interpreter. German is not a romance language, derived from Latin, such as Spanish or French, but a Germanic language.
What about medical translation ?
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