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Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, with around 400 million native speakers and another 90 million speaking it as a second language. Spanish is one of the Romance languages and is closely related to Italian and French, all of which evolved from the Latin of the Romans. Spanish was first documented back in the 9th century and is now the official language of 20 different countries around the world. It has many loanwords from other languages and regional differences in the areas of the world it is spoken, including words from indigenous languages in the Americas and Arabic words on the Iberian Peninsula. Spanish is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations, as well as of the European Union and a number of other international organizations.

What this means is that when you hire English to Spanish translators, you can get a truly accurate translation based on where in the world you want the translation used. Spanish in Brazil may be subtly different than that of continental Europe, and a native speaker will know these differences while a computer program will not. That means you can get a true translation of any document with all those subtle differences taken into account. By working with a native speaker for translation of a document on Upwork, you know you are getting the very best result with the highest rate of accuracy and the natural fluency that can only come from someone speaking the language daily.

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