We specialize in designing and delivering language and cultural awareness training in all living languages as well as Latin, especially, Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL's). All of our courses are taught by native instructors. Our classroom multimedia capabilities include the most advanced educational software, satellite television programming, as well as computers and digital recorders connected to large flat-screened televisions. In our Language Training Department, we also use our instructors' superb qualifications and experience to develop custom, high-quality multimedia materials for listening comprehension, vocabulary building and learning tools consolidation for every language we teach.

Our Translation and Interpretation Department is supported by our language teaching expertise, as many of our instructors also serve as specialized translators and interpreters. Their proven expertise works in tandem with our superb management team which oversees the work of multiple linguists, and maximizes efficiency, often under pressing deadlines. Our team's outstanding reputation is due to an effective combination of human talent and experience, advanced technology, and top-of-the-line project management. We provide multilingual translation services to virtually every professional setting.

Our translation work output includes the translation of business, legal, medical, financial, IT, automotive, technical documents, as well as software, manuals, web sites, Intranet, video and audio in written, graphic, electronic, multi-media and various other forms of communication. Document types include websites, formal correspondence, instructional posters, contracts, patents, legal documents, presentations, technical manuals, material safety data sheets, budgets, directories, reports, brochures, labels, certificates, transcripts, catalogs, marketing, literature, and press releases.

Our supporting translation services also include: editing & proofreading, DTP & 508 compliance services, notarization and certification, transcription, subtitling and voice-over, translation memory management, and localization.

We have the capability to offer language training, curriculum development, interpretation and translation services in 100+ languages and dialects.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Same day or 24-hour turn around possible. Email is monitored after business hours.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • National Council on Interpreting in Health Care
  • Association of Language Companies

Payment Options

  • American Express, Debit Cards, Discover, MasterCard, Money Orders, PayPal, Personal Checks, VISA, Cash in person

Contact Details

  Website
  Person Melissa Khenane
  City Arlington , VA
  Zip Code 22201
  Address 1010 North Glebe Road, Suite 350
  Phone Number (703) 875-7630
  Fax 301-614-0520

Business Representative

Melissa Khenane

Translation Project Manager

Products & Services

Translation Services

Translation Services

Our core services include:
Translation
Localization
Editing
Proofreading
Desktop Publishing (DTP) and 508 Compliance
Translation Memory Management
Certification
Notarization
Transcription
Voice-over
Subtitling

Our translations can be certified and/or notarized upon request. Our superior technical capabilities provide the translation of written, electronic and multi-media material from source into target text, as well as a rich personnel roster to accommodate translation requests in more than 100 languages and dialects.

Customer Testimonials

I needed my wife's bank documents to be translated from Spanish (Spain) to English in order to process the petition for her. I did not know where to go or where to call. I called to more than 20 offices from Silver Spring to Arlington, VA. After I lost hope, I came across Dictyon Language Service and dialed the number. I simply told them the approximate word counts on 2 pages and immediately got a quote which was totally reasonable; I did NOT ask for any discount since I already knew the price of others:) Mr. Regas and the staff member were very friendly people.

Within 24 hrs, they prepared the translation without advance payment. The work was totally more than I expected; neat and to the point! I really have to say that Dictyon Language Service has already accommodated friendly and very professional people! I Highly recommend this business.

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