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Polish

  • 220+ linguists – our primary specialty
  • Speakers: 50 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 32 letters
  • Countries: Poland
  • Fun fact: Polish is the second most widely spoken Slavic language after Russian and the most widely spoken Slavic language in the European Union.

Czech

  • 70+ linguists
  • Speakers: 10 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 42 letters
  • Countries: Czech Republic
  • Fun fact: Czech has one of the richest vocabularies in the world, with an estimated 200,000 words in use.

Russian

  • 120+ linguists
  • Speakers: 258 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script, consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: official language in Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan and unofficial lingua franca in many former Soviet countries
  • Fun fact: Russian is the most widely spoken Slavic language in the world and is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Russian

  • 120+ linguists
  • Speakers: 258 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script, consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: official language in Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan and unofficial lingua franca in many former Soviet countries
  • Fun fact: Russian is the most widely spoken Slavic language in the world and is one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Ukrainian

  • 80+ linguists
  • Speakers: 42 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: Ukraine
  • Fun fact: The word “Ukraine” in the Ukrainian language means “borderland” or “frontier.” This name reflects the country’s long history of being located on the border between different empires and regions.

Slovak

  • 80+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 5 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 46 letters
  • Countries: Slovakia
  • Fun fact: Slovak is the only official language of the world that uses the letter “ŕ.”

Romanian

  • 50+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 24 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 31 letters
  • Countries: Romania
  • Fun fact: The language is over 1700 years old and the only Romance language in Eastern Europe.

Moldavian

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 2.5 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script, consisting of 33 letters.
  • Countries: Moldova
  • Fun fact: Moldovian is a local variant of Romanian spoken in Moldova. The majority of Moldovans are bilingual or trilingual and speak one of three languages: Romanian, Russian, or Gagauz.

Hungarian

  • 70+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 13 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 44 letters
  • Countries: Hungary
  • Fun fact: The words in the Hungarian language are sourced from Asia and have their roots in the Uralic region.

Bulgarian

  • 60+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 9 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script consisting of 30 letters
  • Countries: Bulgaria
  • Fun fact: There is a special holiday dedicated to celebrating the Bulgarian language and culture on May 24.

Croatian

  • 100+ linguist
  • Speakers: approximately 5 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 30 letters
  • Countries: Croatia
  • Fun fact: Croatian was originally written in Glagolitic, an alphabet older than Latin.

Serbian

  • 50+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 9 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script and Cyrillic script, consisting of 30 letters
  • Countries: Serbia
  • Fun fact: Serbian is the only European language that practically uses two different writing systems. The Latin script is more commonly used in everyday communication, while the Cyrillic script is used in official documents and religious contexts.

Bosnian

  • 30+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 2.5 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script and Cyrillic script, consisting of 30 letters.
  • Countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Fun fact: Bosnian borrows names of months – such as Oktobar and April – from Western European languages

Turkish

  • 20+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 87 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Turkish
  • Fun fact: In order to modernize Turkey, the administration introduced an adapted form of the Latin alphabet in the 20th century to replace Arabic writing.

Greek

  • 5+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 13 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Greek alphabet, consisting of 24 letters
  • Countries: Greece
  • Fun fact: Greek is one of the oldest languages in Europe, with a written history dating back over 3,000 years.

Slovenian

  • 70+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 2 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 25 letters
  • Countries: Slovenia
  • Fun fact: The Slovenian language was the first written Slavic language.

Latvian

  • 80+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 1.5 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: Latvia
  • Fun fact: The history of the Latvian language started in the Middle Ages when it split from Lithuanian. Today, these languages are not mutually intelligible.

Lithuanian

  • 90+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 3 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 32 letters
  • Countries: Lithuania
  • Fun fact: It is one of the oldest spoken languages in the world.

Estonian

  • 70+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 1.1 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 27 letters
  • Countries: Estonia
  • Fun fact: Estonian is one of the few languages in the world that uses a three-vowel system, with only three distinct vowels: a, e, and i.

Albanian

  • 30+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 5 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 36 letters
  • Countries: Albania
  • Fun fact: Albanian is considered an isolate within the Indo-European language family; no other language has been conclusively linked to its branch.

Macedonian

  • 20+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 2 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script consisting of 31 letters
  • Countries: Macedonia
  • Fun fact: Macedonian is a relatively new language, having been recognized as an independent language separate from Bulgarian in 1944.

Montenegrin

  • 5+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 230,000 speakers worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script and Cyrillic script, consisting of 32 letters
  • Countries: Montenegro
  • Fun fact: Montenegro translates from Venetian Italian as ‘Black Mountain.’ The name refers to Mount Lovćen, which rises 1,749m (5,738ft) above sea level in southwestern Montenegro.

Georgian

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 4 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Georgian script, consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: Georgia
  • Fun fact: Georgian has its own unique alphabet, which consists of 33 letters and is one of the oldest alphabets in the world, dating back to the 3rd century BC.

Kazakh

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 13 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 31 letters, and Cyrillic script, consisting of 42 letters
  • Countries: Kazakhstan
  • Fun fact: The modern Kazakh language is said to have originated in approximately 1465 AD.

Uzbek

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 33 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Uzbekistan
  • Fun fact: Although numerous local dialects and variations of the language are in use, the Tashkent dialect is the basis of the official written language.

Turkmen

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 6 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script consisting of 32 letters
  • Countries: Turkmenistan
  • Fun fact: Turkmen is so similar to Turkish and Azerbaijani that many scholars
    consider these languages mutually intelligible.

Tajik

  • 5+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 8 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: Tajikistan
  • Fun fact: Several scholars consider Tajik a dialectal variety of Persian rather than a language on its own.

Kyrgyz

  • 5+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 4 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Cyrillic script consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: Kyrgyzstan
  • Fun fact: The longest poem in history, “Epic of Manas,” was produced in Kyrgyzstan. It tells the story of the life of Manas (the heroic warrior who united Kyrgyzstan) and weighs in at an impressive 500,000 lines.

Armenian

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 5.4 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Armenian script, consisting of 38 letters
  • Countries: Armenia
  • Fun fact: Armenian has its own unique alphabet, closely related to the Georgian alphabet.

Azeri

  • 10+ linguists
  • Speakers: approximately 24 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: can be written in Latin, Cyrillic, Georgian or Perso-Arabic script, depending on the country where it is used
  • Countries: Azerbaijan
  • Fun fact: The Azeri or Azerbaijani language belongs to the Turkic languages. It is spoken in several countries, with significant differences in phonology, syntax and lexis

English

  • We translate from English into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 380 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 26 letters
  • Countries: Official language in 59 countries
  • Fun fact: English is, actually, a West Germanic language brought to Britain by Anglo-Saxon migrants in the mid-5th century.

French

  • We translate from French into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 80 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 26 letters
  • Countries: Official language in 29 countries, including France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Canada, and many African states.
  • Fun fact: Over 40% of modern English words have French origins.

German

  • We translate from German into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 75 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 26 letters
  • Countries: Official language in 6 countries, including Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and Lichtenstein
  • Fun fact: In German, all nouns are capitalized, making it unique among other European languages.

Italian

  • We translate from Italian into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 64 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 21 letters
  • Countries: Official language in 4 countries, including Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, and the Vatican
  • Fun fact: Although the national language of Italy is Italian, the country has many other local and regional languages and dialects.

Spanish

  • We translate from Spanish into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 485 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 27 letters
  • Countries: Official language in 20 countries, including Spain and most countries of South America
  • Fun fact: Unlike most other languages, Spanish uses inverted exclamation and question marks.

Portuguese

  • We translate from Portuguese into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 236 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 33 letters
  • Countries: Official language in Portugal, Brazil and several African countries
  • Fun fact: A person or nation speaking Portuguese is referred to as “Lusophone”.

Danish

  • We translate from Danish into all Eastern languages, translators available upon request
  • Native speakers: 6 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Official language in Denmark and the Faroe Islands
  • Fun fact: Danish is a North Germanic language, one of the descendants of Old Norse spoken in Scandinavia in the Viking Era.

Dutch

  • We translate from Dutch into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 25 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 26 letters
  • Countries: Official language in the Netherlands, Belgium, Surinam and several other countries
  • Fun fact: Dutch is a West Germanic language, and the third most widely spoken Germanic language in the world.

Norwegian

  • We translate from Norwegian into most Eastern languages, translators available upon request
  • Native speakers: 5.5 million
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Official language in Norway
  • Fun fact: Norwegian has two official written forms: Bokmål (the “book language”) and Nynorsk (the “new Norwegian”).

Swedish

  • We translate from Swedish into most Eastern languages, translators available upon request
  • Native speakers: 10 million
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Official language in Sweden and Finland
  • Fun fact: The contemporary standard Swedish, spoken by most Swedes, evolved in the 19th century from the Central Swedish dialects.

Finnish

  • We translate from Finnish into some Eastern languages, translators available upon request
  • Native speakers: 5.8 million
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Official language in Finland
  • Fun fact: Finnish belongs to the Uralic languages and is related to Estonian and Hungarian.

Icelandic

  • We translate from Icelandic into some Eastern languages, translators available upon request
  • Native speakers: 360 thousand
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 29 letters
  • Countries: Official language in Iceland
  • Fun fact: The Icelandic alphabet preserved two old letters that no longer exist in the English alphabet: Þ, þ and Ð, ð.

Luxembourgish

  • One of the official languages of Luxembourg, along with French and German
  • Native speakers: 430 thousand
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 29 letters
  • Fun fact: Luxembourgish is, in fact, a West Germanic language and is a standard form of the Moselle Franconian language. It is spoken by 77% of the Luxembourg population, as well as in the Arelerland region in Belgium and small parts of Lorraine in France.

Irish

  • One of the official languages of the European Union, also known as Gaelic
  •  Native speakers: 170 thousand
  • Alphabet: The traditional Irish alphabet consists of only 18 letters, it does not contain: j, k, q, v, w, x, y, z
  • Fun fact: Irish is a Celtic language spoken mainly in Ireland with Irish-speaking communities also in the UK, the USA, Canada and Australia.

Romansh

  •  One of the official languages of Switzerland, along with French, German and Italian
  •  Native speakers: 40 thousand
  •  Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 26 letters
  • Fun fact: Romansh is a Gallo-Romance language spoken predominantly in the Swiss canton of the Grisons. It was recognized as an official language of Switzerland in 1938.

Belarusian

  •  One of the two official languages in Belarus, alongside Russian
  •  Native speakers: 6 million
  •  Alphabet: Cyrillic script, consisting of 32 letters
  •  Fun fact: According to the UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger, the Belarusian language is stated to be vulnerable.

German

  • We translate from German into all Eastern languages
  • Native speakers: 75 million worldwide
  • Alphabet: Latin script, consisting of 26 letters
  • Countries: Official language in 6 countries, including Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, and Lichtenstein
  • Fun fact: In German, all nouns are capitalized, making it unique among other European languages.

French/Dutch/German

  • Belgium has three official languages
  • We translate from French, Dutch and German into all Eastern languages
  • Fun fact: Bruxelles, being one of the EU’s headquaters, is one of the largest translation centers in the world.

We cover all European languages, focusing on the Central and Eastern European region. We also cover some Asian languages, with availability to be confirmed upon demand.

For all the target languages, we have native local translators working in their mother tongues and living in the destination countries, allowing us to adapt the translated text to the local business and cultural context.

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