Polish Language Court Interpreters/Translators
Polish belongs to the subgroup of West Slavic languages. It originated mainly from Greater Polish and Lesser Polish dialects, but many other languages have influenced its development throughout history. Under Roman rule, dominant language was Latin, then from the 12th century German had a great impact. The beginning of the literary Polish language is related to the age of Italian Renaissance. Poland lost its independence and territory during wars and different political events had influence on the language, which resulted in declined interest in literature. One of the last impacts was made by Russian language, during the period of communist regime in Poland.
Only when Poland regained its independence in the 19th century, literature began to flourish again, national identity and culture were regained and the language was developed. Poland soon became a member of the NATO, and then in 2004 a member state of the European Union, which made Polish language one of their official languages.
We have part-time court interpreters for Polish language in our team and therefore we can always respond to your needs quickly and translate and certify documents for which the stamp of a Polish language court interpreter is necessary.
Our court interpreters for Polish language are at your disposal when you need:
- Translation by court interpreters for Polish language
- Fieldwork in cases when the presence of a court interpreter for Polish language is necessary, as well as any other forms of verbal translation
- Certification of already translated texts
- Editing and proofreading of Polish texts
We also offer:
- Translation from Polish into Serbian
- Translation from Serbian into Polish
- Translation from Polish into other foreign languages
- Translation from other foreign languages into Polish