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German is one of the West Germanic languages and a part of the huge Indo-European language family. It uses words from ancient languages such as Latin and Greek but has its roots in ancient Germanic. There are around 90 million people speaking German as their first language, another 10 to 15 million as a secondary language, and an additional 100 million who speak it in some basic form as a foreign language. It is the official language of six countries, including Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, as well as being an official language of countries such as Belgium. It has similarities to languages like Afrikaans, Dutch, and English, and uses the same Latin alphabet. It is the third-most-taught language in the United States and the European Union, and the second-most commonly used as a scientific language.

As with any widely spoken language, there are a great number of regional differences between dialects and area-based languages. Someone speaking Swiss German will not be using the exact same language as someone speaking Westphalian German. For this reason, when a business needs documents translated to one of the German languages, they hire German to English translators on Upwork. These freelancers are native German speakers who are also fluent in English and can easily translate from one language to another. The advantages of using a skilled freelancer over a computer program are numerous and include the ability to catch the nuances of the regional language as only a native speaker can do.

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