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One Hour Translation helps companies to scale their global growth efforts, by supporting their localization and translation needs, in over 120 languages.
We manage complex localization workflows and handle any volume quickly and efficiently.
Our unique platform automates the otherwise bulky, cumbersome project management tasks that create inefficiencies found in traditional translation company operations.
We serve hundreds of enterprise customers - among them Facebook, Xiaomi, Tencent, IBM, Amazon, Intel.
All of our services operate around the clock; any day and at any time, thanks to our community of over 25,000 professional translators from over 120 different countries and supported with our modern, cloud-based management platform.
We understand that the user experience is critical to our clients’ productivity, hence special attention is given to UI and self-service features.
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Number of People Speaking Dutch: About 28 million
Dialects: Limburgs, Brussels/Brabants, Antwerps, Oost-Vlaams and West-Vlaams, Zeelandic, Hollandic, Gronings
Countries Spoken: Netherlands, Belgium and Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, France.
Some Fun Facts about Dutch Language: Did you know Dutch and Deutsch is not the same thing? Dutch is the English word for the language spoken in the Netherlands while Deutsch is the German word for the language spoken in Germany. Many Dutch words are influenced by the French language such as paraplu (umbrella) and jus d’orange (orange juice). Many foreigners trying to speak Dutch might hurt their throat while trying to make G- or CH-sounds. Some words such as slechtstschrijvend can have up to 9 consonants. You may even find some Dutch words to be never-ending (e.g. chronischevermoeidheidssyndroom -31 letters).
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