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Spanish, the second language in Los Angeles, California

Palm-lined boulevards, rainbow-colored neon lights, towering residential complexes and modern concrete, glass and stainless steel skyscrapers, a cacophony of languages, fusion cuisine, thousands of cars, beautiful people and perpetual smog. These are just some of the things that describe the largest city in the State of California, the city of Los Angeles.

Los Angeles is located in Southern California and is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, by deep valleys, desert, forests and mountain ranges. The city’s population according to the latest census figures (2010) is nearly four million, with a very large metropolitan population that exceeds 15 million.

The city is the center of international trade, culture, media and business of California and is more popularly known as the center of the entertainment industry in the world. Inasmuch as most of the world’s largest and famous film production companies are in Los Angeles, manufacturing is its main industry.

It is the world’s entrepreneurial capital, with over 200,000 small businesses operating within the city and the county. It ranks 11th in the world’s largest economies category. And with its very large immigrant population, Los Angeles is one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States. Of its almost 50% white population, a major portion of this is composed of Latinos, with Mexicans being the largest at nearly 32%. Latinos from South and Central America as well as Europe also have communities in Los Angeles, together with Filipinos, Koreans, Chinese, Cambodians, Thais, Vietnamese and non-Spanish speaking Europeans.

The lingua franca in Los Angeles is English but it is not surprising that Spanish is also a dominant language. Overall, the identified languages spoken in Los Angeles total 224 and 92 of these are being spoken by students in the Los Angeles Unified School District. If you are planning to establish a business in Los Angeles and want to reach to the Spanish community as well as the other major communities in the city, it will be a very good idea to have your documents translated into Spanish. And if you are going to be in the city for a major presentation or for any related activities that require the services of an interpreter, working with a professional interpretation and translation group will be a very wise decision.

Los Angeles is the city with the largest hispanic population in the United States of America. Being the second largest city in the U.S.A., the close proximity to Mexico, and enormous port capacity, Spanish translation services and interpreting services is extremely important for the international businesses located in Los Angeles.

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  • 54% of the population of Los Angeles speaks a language other than English at home.
  • Over 20% of the businesses in Los Angeles are owned by Hispanics.
  • Over 36% of the people in Los Angeles were not born in the United States.
  • Over 50% of Los Angeles consists of Hispanics.
Los Angeles glitters. Why? It’s because it is the center of the world’s entertainment industry and the clothing and fashion industry in the United States. It has all the trappings of an Alpha City. It is home to seven of Fortune 500 industries and has excellent institutions of higher learning. It is the birthplace of many celebrities – actors, actresses, car racers, film producers and directors, major league baseball players, choreographers, dancers, models, musicians, singers, writers and politicians. And the city is almost under perpetual sunshine, enjoying 325 days of glorious sunlight.

Los Angeles is the seat of the county of Los Angeles. It is also the cultural hub of the county, with about 90 stage theaters, 300 museums, about 80 art galleries in the city, over 7,000 fast food chains, over 100 movie houses and several thousand restaurants, bars and pubs.

The city is served by six large commercial airports with the Los Angeles International Airport or LAX being the biggest. Amtrak and Metrolink are the major train networks the pass through the city. It is also served by the Greyhound Bus, LuxBus and Xe Dong Hoang. Within the city, the Metro Rail light rail transit and subway system provides easy and faster transportation alternative together with the Los Angeles bus system.

While the city is very modern, it does have a rich history and some of its historic past can still be seen at Olvera Street, which is the site of the original pueblo. You can also see the history of the city at Union Station. While in the city, you should not miss the Getty Museum, one of the finest museums in the United States, and the Page Museum. It is located at Rancho La Brea Discoveries in Wilshire Boulevard. This is a must-see if you are interested in paleontology. Excavations here are ongoing every summer and the site is a very fascinating area to visit. The museum contains the remains of American lion, Dire wolves, saber-tooth cats, giant sloth, mastodons and bison. The area is a place where you could learn about the city of Los Angeles some 10,000 to 40,000 years ago and it is also a very fertile site for fossils and extinct plants and animals from the Ice Age.

“Los Angeles is a shopping paradise and there are areas dedicated to different types of merchandise – flowers, jewelry, art, fashion, electronics, toys, seafood and more. Dining is great fun in Los Angeles as you can find just about any type of cuisine in the city. While there are several pubs and clubs in the city where you can order drinks, the best places are the bars in the city’s multitude of hotels.”

Indeed, Los Angeles is a tourist haven and there are so many things to see and do in this glamorous and eclectic city. If you want to know more about Los Angeles and some of the sights that are well worth visiting, and getting additional information on the city’s culture, demographics, economy, climate and travel safety, do check out the City profile that has been written especially for you. And when you need professional and accurate translation and interpretation services for Spanish to English and English to Spanish, let Your Spanish Translation LLC be your partner.

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