German belongs to the Indo-European family of West Germanic languages. There are about 100 million of speakers to whom German is mother tongue and with about 200 million of speakers in total, it occupies the 10th place on the list. German, as a standardized language, began to develop in the 16th century and at the beginning it existed as such only in writing, while spoken German had different varieties.
Even today German language has many dialects, some of which are recognized as standard regional languages. Differences between standard German languages spoken in different regions do not represent differences between dialects. In Germany, the term dialect is used only for regional varieties, but majority of speakers use a mix of standard German and local dialects. There are Low and High German dialects, i.e. Low Frankish and Low Saxon, while High German dialects have Central and Upper German branches. All matters concerning German language are regulated by the Council for German orthography.
We have full-time court interpreters for German language in our team and therefore we can always respond to your needs quickly and translate and certify documents for which the stamp of a German language court interpreter is necessary.
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