Polish Language Translators
The Polish language belongs to the Indo-European family of Balto-Slavic languages, and it is therefore an offspring of Proto-Indo-European language. It is the official language of Poland and one of the official languages of the European Union. As a minority language, it is used in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Romania and Ukraine. It is also spoken in Germany, Belarus, Lithuania, the United States and other countries. There are about 50 million people whose mother language is Polish. Latin alphabet is used in writing.
Today's Polish language has four main dialects - Greater Polish, Lesser Polish, Silesian and Masovian dialects. The development of Polish language has been influenced by many other languages, and currently English has the greatest impact on it, as well as on all other languages. The Poles have generously accepted these influences. The language is regulated by the Polish Language Council.
We have part-time translators of Polish in our team and therefore, we can always respond to your requests quickly, whenever urgent translations are needed
Our translators of Polish are at your disposal whenever you need them:
- Translation from Polish into Serbian
- Translation from Serbian into Polish
- Translation from Polish into other foreign languages
- Translation from other foreign languages into Polish
We also offer:
- Translation by court interpreters of Polish language
- Certification of already translated texts
- Editing and proofreading of Polish texts
- Fieldwork in cases when the presence of a court interpreter of Polish is necessary, as well as any other other forms of verbal translation.