Swedish is North Germanic language which separated from former Old Norse language in the 8th century and it is similar to other Scandinavian languages. The written rules of Swedish have their origin in the former pronunciation of words, but today's pronunciation is not in accordance with written forms. Swedish language was under great influence of Low German, English and French.
The first book in Swedish was printed in 1495. Contemporary Swedish developed with the translation of the Bible under the order of King Gustav Vase in 1541 and the standardized language was formally established in the 20th century. Traditionally, there are 6 dialects, but over 100 dialects are recognized in the modern language and they differ from the standard Swedish language which is based on the pronunciation of Stockholm.
We have part-time court interpreters for Swedish 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 Swedish language court interpreter is necessary.
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