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 GLSAS is the leading German-English language service provider
 in Southwest Florida. As a full-service language provider we are
 the choice of numerous recognized companies, agencies and
 organizations in widespread business areas across Florida.

  We translate German into any target language!
     Please contact us for further information or language inquiries.

     Get a free quote within 60 minutes!

  We speak your language!
ndividual language instruction/tutoring perfectly tailored to the
   requirements of adults, high-school, and college students.

   Please contact us for further details about our language program.


GLSAS is committed to providing you with premium quality language services at the most competitive price.




Phone   +1.239.530.2600
Fax       +1.239.791.1265
Email    contact@glsasonline.com


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German Language Services

Translation Service

Language Service

Interpreting Service


Specialized translation  and deciphering service for old German scripts, e.g. Sütterlin, Kurrent, old German Gothic alphabet (also known as "old German hand" or "old German blackletter handwriting"), chancery script and the Gothic printed Fraktur typeface.

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