Arabic language is considered a main language for almost 340 million people, living mostly in North Africa and the Near East. It is a multi-layer and complex language. It includes five main dialects: Egyptian, Levantine, Mesopotamian, Maghrebi and Arabic.
It is one of the most difficult languages as far as writing is concerned: the words are written from the right to the left, some letters are hardly to be distinguished, the meaning of many words is changed depending on the context. Therefore, when translating documents from Arabic to Bulgarian or vice versa it is highly recommended that this is performed by professional translators. And we, at Intellect Agency have such translators and we will be happy to assist you.
Regardless of the complexity of the documents provided to us for translations we will accomplish our task perfectly and we will exceed all your expectations. Regardless of whether we have to work with texts which are full of terms - legal, medical, commercial, financial, notarial, technical or with more general texts like certificates of service, declarations, academic transcripts, diplomas, certificates, we guarantee good quality.
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The Arabic is a Semitic language spoken by about 225 000 000 people in the Middle East and North Africa. The earliest preserved texts of the ancient North Arabic language date back to 8 century B.C. and they use the South Arabic alphabet which is not related to the contemporary alphabet. The contemporary literary form of the Arabic language is called standard Arabic language.