Turkish Language Court Interpreters/Translators
Turkish as a part of the Oghuz language group has many similarities with other languages from this group - Azerbaijani, Turkmen, Qashqai languages. It is believed that the group of Turkish languages derived from Altaic languages. Latin alphabet was introduced by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and it was written in modified Arabic script until 1928. In Turkish language, every letter is pronounced as separate phoneme.
Turkish language has many dialects which are in use in different countries and speaking regions of Turkey. Due to the expansion of the Ottoman Empire, Turkish language had influence on many languages and nationalities. Only in Serbian language, there are approximately 9000 Turkish words.
We have part-time court interpreters for Turkish 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 Turkish language court interpreter is necessary.
Our court interpreters for Turkish language are at your disposal when you need:
- Translation by court interpreters for Turkish language
- Fieldwork in cases when the presence of a court interpreter for Turkish language is necessary, as well as any other forms of verbal translation
- Certification of already translated texts
- Editing and proofreading of Turkish texts
We also offer:
- Translation from Turkish into Serbian
- Translation from Serbian into Turkish
- Translation from Turkish into other foreign languages
- Translation from other foreign languages into Turkish