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Hebrew Translation



The Hebrew language is spoken by more than six million Israelis and also by Jews worldwide. As one of two official languages of Israel, Hebrew is an important language to know for anyone doing business there. For Hebrew translation Los Angeles plays host to a number of translation services. When it comes to Hebrew translations Los Angeles firms make it easy. The city has a number of fast and accurate translation firms, like Technovate Translations. When looking for a Hebrew translator Los Angeles is a great place to begin your search.


Eliezer Ben-Yehuda revived the Hebrew language in the nineteenth century as a mother-tongue for the world’s Jewish population. Hebrew caught on in the twentieth century, with borrowings from Arabic and European languages to help bring the ancient tongue up to date.


The United States is home to the largest number of Jews outside Israel, and much of America’s Jewish population is centered in New York and Los Angeles. As a result, when it comes to finding a Hebrew translator Los Angeles is one of the best cities to search in. For Hebrew translations Los Angeles offers a range of options and a large number of translators who are experts in the language.


However, Hebrew translations go beyond just doing business in Israel. With a Hebrew translation Los Angeles based translators can help children prepare for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah speeches, or translate important news from Hebrew-language papers. The Hebrew language is an important part of Jewish heritage, and translation helps share that tradition and culture even with those who are not fluent in that tongue.