We work with professional and highly qualified Polish translators (native speakers). We not only deliver affordable translations, but also top quality ones. We have translators who are native speakers of the target language in our database for every subject area. Therefore, we can easily meet your translation needs: no matter whether your text is a book, contract, magazine article, financial report, user’s manual, or daily correspondence with your partners in Poland. Ask one of our project managers for more details. We are happy to assist you by phone or email.
More and more companies are discovering Eastern Europe as a key import/export partner, as well as its importance to production. Therefore, it is essential that you have clear communication with your business partners. We will support you in your daily communications with Poland. We will provide you with professional translations of your annual reports, technical specifications, user manuals and contracts. Our translation service has the right translators for all your translation projects from and into Polish. We will employ the best translators and interpreters for your project so that your text is translated in a professional manner. The more experience the translator has, the better your translation will be. The goal of our translators is to translate your text in a way that takes special factors, language idiosyncrasies and your own, specific requirements into consideration. If you entrust us with your translation project, you can be sure that we will deliver a top quality translation in return.
Translations can miss the boat completely if translators have not received the right training or do not have enough experience. This is why we only work with native speakers of the target language who also know Polish inside and out. We guarantee top quality for your translation. If you entrust your translation project to our translation agency, we will deliver professional results.
The written Polish language in its current form originates from dialects in the sixteenth century that were spoken in the Poznan region in western Poland. Due to its status as a rich language and its adaptability, Polish grew into one of the most important languages of Europe.
The Polish language contains a lot of loan words from Old Tschechien, middle-high German and Greek. Later on, the language was greatly influenced by Italian, French, High-German, English, Ukrainian, White Russian, Hungarian and Turkish, and to a much lesser extent, Russian and Yiddish. There is currently a very strong English influence.
Like all living languages, Polish has undergone the usual developments and changes over the years, both in grammar and in vocabulary. It would be difficult to imagine the language without many of these changes, while other changes have hardly had any effect or have silently disappeared.
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