English language Glasgow Scotland

English language Glasgow Scotland

English language Glasgow Scotland offers English translation, interpretation and voice-over/dubbing services throughout Scotland. We have proudly been delivering projects across Europe in 20+ European languages for the last 10 years.

We have a team of professional project managers, qualified translators and skilled linguists. Together we make sure your requirements are met and deliver exactly what you need, every single time. We pride ourselves in delivering reliable translations and interpretations to our clients, and the clients requirements are our utmost priority.


What English language services do we offer?

English language Glasgow Scotland provide translation, interpretation, proofreading, subtitling and voice-over/dubbing services. Moreover, we deliver these at an excellent price and to the highest quality. All our English language services are listed below. Please click for more information:

If you cannot find the English language service you are looking for, simply contact us to discuss your project and request a quotation. At English language Glasgow Scotland we would be delighted to help out with your questions and queries.


English language Glasgow Scotland

Facts about English language Glasgow Scotland

  • Firstly, English is a pluricentric language, which means there are multiple “standard languages”. The two main standards are “British” and “American” English. However, there are many different varieties that share some characteristics of both of these standards.
  • Secondly, English is an official language in around 60 countries of the world. However, not all of these countries are majority English-speaking.
  • Thirdly, English is one of the official languages of both the United Nations and the European Union. Furthermore, it is also the language of the skies, and since 2008, all aircraft personnel have had to pass a language proficiency test.
  • English is an old language. For example, the epic poem Beowulf is one of the oldest surviving texts of written English, dating around the late 10th or early 11th century.
  • There are approximately 1.5 billion people learning English in the world today (and that figure keeps on growing!).
  • Although it is a Germanic language, more than half the words derive from Romance origins (mostly Latin and French). This is because of the high prestige these languages held historically in Europe.