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- American English Document Translation
- American English Legal Translation
- American English Book Translation
- American English Website/Software Translation
- American English Consecutive Interpretation
- American English Simultaneous Interpretation
- American English Remote – Telephone Interpretation
- American English Translation Services
- American English Interpretation Services
- American English Voice-overs Services
- American English Subtitling, Captioning
- American English Dubbing Services
- American English Transcription Services
- American English Staffing Solutions
American English Language Facts:
The United States federal government may not have officially established English as it’s formal official language, but does use English for legislation, regulations, executive orders, treaties, federal court rulings, and all other official pronouncements. In some states, English, Hawaiian and Spanish are official. In 2000, the census bureau printed the standard census questionnaires in six languages: English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Tagalog. The English-Only movement seeks to establish English as the only official language of the nation.
English was inherited from British colonization and it is spoken by the vast majority of the population. It serves as the de facto official language, for instance as that in which government business is carried out. According to the 1990 census, 97 percent of U.S. residents speak English ‘well’ or ‘very well.’ Only 0.8 percent speak no English at all, as compared with 3.6 percent in 1890. American English has some differences from British English, but these differences are fairly minor. For detailed differences in British English and American English see American and British English differences.