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German Translation Services

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German Translation Services

Leading German Translation Services for Business Professionals
Montreal, Toronto, Mississauga, Miami and more…


Traducta ranks among the top translation firms in Canada, providing German translation services to industry-leading and Fortune 500 companies across North America.

Did you know? German is the most widely spoken language in the European Union. It is spoken by approximately 120,000,000 people as a first language around the world in addition to approximately 80,000,000 people as a second or third language.


Traducta is specialized in German translation services and has a strong client base in the Montreal translation area, Toronto translation area, and Mississauga translation area as well as for translation in the United States and Canada.

We are trusted by business professionals and industry leading organizations to provide them with the accurate, flawless and detail-oriented translations that effectively communicate their message to their target audience.



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German Alphabet (printed)

The modern German alphabet is an extended Latin-based alphabet consisting of 30 letters. The additional letters (4) consist of 3 letters with a diacritic and 1 ligature.

Uppercase or Capital letter
A Ä B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Ö P Q R S ß T U Ü V W X Y Z
Lowercase or small letter
a ä b c d e f g h i j k l m n o ö p q r s ß t u ü v w x y z


German includes 1 dicritic appearing only on 3 vowels (A,O,U) in additional to 1 ligature, the <ß>.

Technical Information related to the German Language

German Character ALT and HTML Code Table


Character ALT Codes (Windows Decimal) HTML Code
Ä
ä
Uppercase: ALT+0196
lowercase: ALT+0228
&Auml;
&auml;
Ö
ö
Uppercase: ALT+0214
lowercase: ALT+0246
&Ouml;
&ouml;
Ü
ü
Uppercase: ALT+0220
lowercase: ALT+0252
&Uuml;
&uuml;
ß Uppercase: ALT+0223 &szlig;


Encoding (Web)

ISO 10646, ISO 8879, ISO 8859-1 (also referred to as “Latin-1″) are the most common and usable for most Western European languages, including German.