About the Hebrew Language
Hebrew is spoken by a 9 million people throughout the world, including 7.4 people in Israel. Israel and the United States have the most Hebrew speakers of any nations. Ancient and Modern versions of the language are both written using the Hebrew alphabet, which is one of the world’s oldest known alphabets that is still in common use. The form of written Hebrew used for different dialects is slightly different, so having a native speaker translate is most important.
There are three main dialects are: Biblical or Ancient, Medieval, and Modern. While Modern Hebrew is the most common dialect as well the official language of Israel, both Biblical and Medieval Hebrew are still needed to understand academic and theological texts, many of which are considered the basis of Western Civilization. We offer fluent speakers of all three dialects for Hebrew translation, transcription and interpretation services.