Languages for translation


Over 7 000 of professional linguists work to perform services connected with any kind of international activity in a wide variety of world languages.

Azerbaijani        Albanian         English            Arabic          Armenian          Bulgarian

Bosnian             Hungarian       Vietnamese     Dutch           Greek               Georgian

Danish               Hebrew           Icelandic         Spanish        Italian               Kazakh

Kyrgyz              Chinese           Korean            Latvian         Lithuanian         Moldavian

German             Norwegian       Persian            Polish          Portuguese       Romanian

Serbian             Slovak             Slovenian         Tajik            Turkish              Uzbek

Finnish             French             Croatian           Czech           Swedish          Estonian


Arabic Translation

Arabic is the first Language in Muslim States throughout the world. After World War II when Near East International Affairs started evolving more rapidly foreigners from the West were pushed to be familiarized with this language and civilization. Presently Arabic is the fifth most spoken language in the world. And it is a native language for people living in Egypt, Algeria, Morocco. Arabic speaking minorities also reside in Israel, Iran and Turkey.

Bengali Translation

The seventh most spoken language is Bengali. It is the only official language in Bangladesh and one of many regional languages recognized in India. It is mostly spoken by Indo-Aryan ethnic group of people. Bengali is a member of the Indo-Iranian language family. In older literature it is known as one of the Aryan languages. Bengali people account for about 98% of Bangladesh ethnic groups.

Cantonese Translation

Cantonese is mostly known by professionals dealing with written translations because it is the most developed form of Mandarin Chinese. It is widely spread and used for commercial activity in Hong Kong, Macau and Southeast Asia. In the world more than 70 million people speak Cantonese. This Sino-Tibetan language is an official dialect of China.  

Chinese Translation

China's economic development naturally results in disseminating of the Chinese language. It is one of the six languages of the United Nations. All of its widespread dialects, such as Mandarin, Cantonese, Wu, Yue and Min are quite comprehensive by Chinese native speakers. However, Mandarin and Cantonese are the mostly spoken and recognized in highly developed regions of China. China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia are the countries where Chinese is the main language of communication.

Czech Translation

The Czech language is one of Indo-European West Slavic languages. Czech exists in two forms: literary Czech and colloquial Czech. Very close to literary Czech, especially in phonology and morphology is the Slovak language. Linguistically, the Czech and Slovak languages blend into the Rusyn language. However, there exist some significant differences. The most vivid difference is Latin script used by the Czech language. Nowdays Czech is the first language of 98 percent of Czech citizens. It is one of the 24 official languages of the EU. 

Danish Translation

The Danish language along with Swedish and Norwegian Bokmål belong to the East North Germanic branch of Indo-European languages. Proficient speakers of these three languages can easily understand each other. Danish descended from Old Norse spoken by Germanic tribes during the Viking Age. According to the latest research Danish, Norwegian Bokmål and Swedish are separated into a Mainland Scandinavian Group. Danish is spoken by more than six million people residing in Denmark and in the region of Southern Schleswig in Northern Germany. The Danish language is also one of the 24 official languages of the European Union.

 Dari Translation

The Dari or Dari Persian language is one of the two official languages of Afghanistan. In Western sources it is also known as Afghan Persian. The Constitution of Afghanistan states it as one of the official languages, the other being Pashto. About 50 % of Afghan people name Dari as the native language. Dari is an old name of the New Persian language, it’s been widely used in Arabic and Persian texts since the 10th century. Dari is the so-called lingua franca among the various ethno-linguistic groups of Afghanistan. It is a common language spoken in such cities as Mazar-i-Sharif, Fayzabad, Panjshir, Bamiyan, and the Afghan capital Kabul. About 2.5 million of people in Iran and Pakistan also speak Dari.

English Translation

The history of the English language comes back to the fifth century when the three Germanic tribes, the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes, crossed the North Sea and pushed the native Celtic speakers into what is now known as Wales, Scotland and Ireland. The Angles came from "Englaland" . This name was derived from "Englisc" which was the name of their language. Old English did not sound or look like English today. Even native English speakers would rather experience much difficulty with understanding of Old English. In 1066 the new french conquerors brought a lot of French words mostly used by the Royal Court and business classes. Later periods of the so-called “Renaissance” in classical learning, invention of printing, Industrial revolution and technology greatly influenced both the spoken and the written language. Then from around 1600 English colonization of North America initiated creation of the American English which in its turn was greatly influenced by Spanish and West African. Nowdays American English has a natural practical impact through technology, internet, popular music and cinema. Being an international language English has a lot of varieties around the world, for example Australian English, New Zealand English, Canadian English, South African English, Indian English and Caribbean English.

Finnish Translation

Swedish and Finnish people commonly speak both Finnish and Swedish, Finnish being one of the official languages in Finland. The number of native Finnish speakers in the world is more than five million. A large number of them live in Estonia, Karelia, Norway, Ingria. The Finnish language belongs to the family of Uralic languages. It uses Latin script. In 1995 Finland entered the Eurozone and Finnish became one of its 24 official languages.

French Translation

French derived from the Vulgar Latin, which is a nonstandard sociolect of Latin, the parent language of all Romance languages. In the 18-th century it used to be one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, the most important language of diplomacy and international relations. In the 20-th century when the USA became the dominant global power French was replaced by English. But it firmly retains its position in the present world as the fourth most widely spoken language in the European Union.  More than 110 million people living in France, Switzerland, Belgium,Luxemburg, Monaco, Canada speak French. French-speaking people live also in Francophone African countries such as Cameroon, Senegal, Congo. The French language is used by many EU institutions.

German Translation

Today’s world estimates more than 120 million people speaking German. Germany is the richest European country. German companies are constantly lifting their investments throughout the world. The German language is the 11-th most spoken language in the world. It belongs to the West-Germanic branch of Indo-European languages. It is an official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg and Belgium.

Greek Translation

The Greek language has become one more of the 24 official languages of the EU when in 1981 Greece joined the Union. It belongs to an independent branch of the Indo-European language family, hardly having much in common with the rest languages of the same family. It is an official language in Greece and Cyprus. Greek speaking minorities live in Albania, Armenia, Romania, Hungary, Turkey and Ukraine. The Greek language occupies an important place among European  languages. Its alphabet arose from the Phoenician script and served as the basis of the Latin, Cyrillic, American, Coptic, Gothic and many other writing systems. In times of classical antiquity the Greek language used to be lingua franca in the Mediterranean world and the official parlance of the Byzantine Empire. Together with Latin Greek is the predominant source of the international scientific vocabulary.

Hungarian Translation

Being the official language of Hungary the Hungarian language is officially recognized as a minority language in Romania, Ukraine, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia and Austria. Hungarian is the most specific widely spoken language in Europe as it belongs not to Indo-European language family but to the Finno-Ugric. Together with Mandarin, Chinese, Arabic and Finnish Hungarian is a very tough language to learn. When in the year of 2004 Hungary joined the European Union Hungarian became one of its 24 official languages. Hungarian has about 13 millon of native speakers.

Icelandic Translation

Icelandic is the language of the North Germanic branch very closely related to Swedish, Danish and Norwegian and Faroese. It retained even more conservative four-case synthetic grammar than the German language. And it is also distinguished for its conservatism in vocabulary and orthography. The vast majority of Icelandic speakers—about 320,000—live in Iceland, where it is the official language. A great number of Icelandic speakers live in Denmark, most of them are students. You can also find Icelandic speaking minorities in Canada and Manitoba(Gimi). The representatives of universities, arts and the Ministry of Culture,  Science and Education of Iceland are constantly making efforts to retain their native tongue. They have formed the Language Council that advises the authorities on language policy. Since 1995, on November 16 each year (on the birthday of the Icelandic poet Jónas Hallgrímsson)  the Icelandic Language Day has been celebrated.

Indonesian Translation

Indonesian has 23 million of native speakers and 140 million of second language speakers. Being the official language of Indonesia it is widely spoken in its urban areas and quite spread as a second language in its rural areas. In Australia, Indonesian is one of three Asian target languages, the other two are Japanese and Mandarin. Indonesian belongs to the Malay branch of the Austronesian languages originally spoken in the Northeast Sumatra and used as lingua franca in the Indonesian archipelago.

Italian Translation

Despite of the fact that among the Romanian languages Italian is the closest to the Latin language both in terms of vocabulary and structure it is widely known as one of the world's most beautiful languages. The respective statistics shows that Italian is spoken as a native language by 59 million people in the EU and as a second language by 14 million people. Italian speakers live in ItalySwitzerland, San MarinoVatican City, MaltaSloveniaCroatia, Albania, Crimea, Eritrea, France, Libya, Monaco, Montenegro, Romania. The expatriate communities can be found in Europe and America, many of them are native bilinguals, speaking  a local regional language as well.

Japanese Translation

Japanese belongs to the Altaic language family including such languages as Turkish, Mongolian and Korean. A good number of people living in Korea, Taiwan, China and  the Philippines speak Japanese. The variants of Japanese are quite diverse. Japanese has no genetic relationship with Chinese, but it uses Chinese characters and much of Chinese vocabulary. For imported acronyms Latin is used, in the numeral system prevail Arabic and Chinese numerals. Though it has no official status in Japan it is actually the national language. More than 125 million people speak Japanese as their native language.

Korean Translation

Korean is the official language of South Korea, North Korea and one of the two official languages in Yanbian, Autonomous Korean Prefecture in China. Korean speaking minorities can also be found in the USA.  48.5 million of native Korean speakers reside in the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and another 23.3 million reside in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea). One of the noticeable differences in languages used on these territories is that in South Korea the formal name of the language is Hangugeo and in North Korea they call their version Chosŏnŏ. There are some minor differences in spoken and written versions of the language, noticeable by professional linguists.

Mandarin Translation

Mostly spoken in the North of China Mandarin is widely known as Standard Chinese and used as the main language for commercial use in the most developed regions of Northern China, including Hong Kong. Mandarin is considered to be the mostly spoken language in the world because it accounts more than 955 million of native speakers. This language belongs to the Sino-Tibetan language family.

Mongolian Translation

Mongolian is one more language of the Altaic language family. People speaking Mongolian as their native language account for about 5.7.million. Most of them reside in Mongolia and Mongolia Autonomous Region. It is written in the traditional Mongolian script and it is quite diverse in terms of dialects. The mostly spread Mongolian dialects are Khalaka and Chahar. Modern Mongolian evolved from Middle Mongol spoken in the Mongol Empire of the 13th and 14th centuries. Presently it is the only official language of Mongolia and one of the official languages of the Inner Mongolian Region in China. Following the historic events the Mongolian language used both Latin and Cyrillic script.

Norwegian Translation

Norwegian is the only official language in Norway. Its vocabulary has many similarities with Danish and Swedish. All the three are the languages of the North Germanic Group. Norwegian native speakers account for about five million speakers. The language uses Latin script and two official written forms: Bokmål (literally "book tongue") and Nynorsk. Use of these forms are regulated by the Norwegian Language Council. There exist two other written forms without official status, the major one being Riksmål("national language"), which is very close to the Danish language. Under the Nordic Language Convention, citizens of the Nordic countries speaking Norwegian have the right to use their native language dealing with any official entities of other Nordic countries.

Polish Translation

Polish is the second most widely spoken Slavic language. It is native to about 40 million of people in the world. Significant Polish speaking communities live in Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine. In Poland it is the only official language. It belongs to the Indo-European language family. In history, Polish is known as an important language in diplomatic affairs and for academic publications.

Portuguese Translation

Portuguese evolved from several dialects of Vulgar Latin in the medieval Kingdom of Galicia. It was initially brought by Roman soldiers and later spread by the settlers and merchants who built Roman cities close to the previous settlements of Celtic civilization. The Portuguese language belongs to the West Iberian branch of the Indo-European language family. Being the fifth most spoken language in the world and the third most spoken language in Europe, Portuguese has the official status in Portugal, Brazil, Equatorial Guinea, Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Timor-Leste.

Punjabi Translation

Punjabi, one of the Indo-Aryan languages and the tenth most widely spoken language, is native to 102 million speakers worldwide. Most of them live in Pakistan and India. Punjabi is the fourth most spoken language in England and Wales and the third most spoken in Canada. Bollywood makes Punjabi vocabulary and songs very popular in the Indian Subcontinent. This language is fully tonal. The main dialects of Punjabi are Majhi, Doabi, Malwai, Powadhi, Pothohari, and Multani. Punjabi descended from Shauraseni, the chief language of the mediaeval northern India. Punjabi is widely used in modern media and communications.

Romanian Translation

It is a Romance language descending from Vulgar Latin and presently spoken by around 24 million people. Romanian has the status of a legal language in Romania and Moldova and recognized in Ukraine, Serbia, Hungary and Bulgaria as a minority language. Romanian speaking communities reside in Israel, Italy, Spain and Cyprus. The Romanian language is used by some official communities and organizations, such as the Latin Union and the European Union. It is  also one of the five languages for performing of religious services in the autonomous monastic state of Mount Athos.

Russian Translation

Of all Slavic languages Russian is the most widely spoken and the most geographically widespread. By number of native speakers it is the eighth most spoken language in the world. On the Internet it is the nineth most commonly used.  About 144 million native Russian speakers live in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. In Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan it has official status. In all constituent republics of the former Soviet Union it is widely spoken. Russian is a descendant from the language of the Kievan Rus and belongs to the family of Indo-European languages. Its old Novgorod dialect which vanished in about 15-th and 16- centuries is considered to have significantly influenced formation of the modern Russian. Its closest relatives are Ukrainian, Belorussian and Rusyn. On some East European territories these languages are used interchangeably.  In the course of its historical development Russian was also influenced by Greek, Latin, Polish, Dutch, German, French, Italian and English. Russian is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. 

Slovak Translation

Slovak belongs to the West Slavic Branch of the Indo-European language family. Its closest neighbours are Czech and Polish. It is the official language of Slovakia. People speaking Slovak reside also in Serbia, Romania, Poland, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Hungary. As a native language it is spoken by more than 7 million people. In 2044 when Slovakia joined the European Union Slovak became one of its 24 official languages.

Slovenian Translation

Slovenian is the official language of Slovenia and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. It is recognized in such European countries as Hungary, Austria, Italy and well-spread in Croatia and Serbia. Worldwide about 2.5 million people speak Slovenian. Slovenian is an Indo-European language from the Western subgroup of the South Slavic branch of the Slavic languages. In terms of vocabulary it has much in common with Eastern, Southern and Western Slavic groups of languages.

Spanish Translation

Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world. It has official status in 21 countries and some authoritative international organizations such as the United Nations, Mercosur and the European Union. Most native speakers of Spanish live in Spain, Mexico, Columbia and Argentina. A large number reside in the USA, Brazil, France and Italy. Spanish is sometimes called Castilian as it originated in the Castile Region of Spain. It is a Romance language of the Indo-European language family.  Pre-Roman languages spoken on the territories where Spanish is nowdays spread are  Basque (still spoken today), Iberian, Celtiberian and Celtic. During the Middle Ages and into the modern times the most important influence came from the neighbouring Romance languages and from Arabic and Germanic languages. Under the influence of the written and church liturgical language many words were borrowed from the Latiin. Now more than 407 million people around the world speak Spanish natively.

Urdu Translation

Urdu is spread on the territories of North Indian States. Since 1837 when the British replaced Persian and the local official languages with English and Urdu it’s become an official language of Pakistan alongside with English. It is lingua franca in Pakistan historically connected with the Muslims. Urdu is also one of many regional languages of India. It is very close to the Standard Hindi, but their scripts differ. Urdu uses Arabic script whereas Hindi uses Devanagari writing. There are between 60 and 70 million native speakers of Urdu. 52 million of them live in India, about 10 million speakers live in Pakistan and several hundred thousand in the United KingdomSaudi ArabiaUnited States, and Bangladesh (where it is called "Bihari").

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