Polish language is an official language in Republic of Poland. The number of the people who speak Polish is about 43 million people, 38 million of them living in Poland, 4 million - in the USA, 430 thousand - in Belarus, 300 thousand - in Lithuania, 250 thousand - in Ukraine and 120 thousand - in Russia. It belongs to the Lechitic Western group of the Slavic languages and its main phonetic peculiarity is keeping the groups of consonants kv, gv и dl, and also the transition to the combinations *tj and *kt into ts.
Our regular clients who need to travel abroad permanently or for a short period of time are always happy with the quality of the translations - this is important for them and the terms are always observed. We translate documents on all subjects like instructions for technical equipment, scientific articles and works of science, economics, pharmacy, psychology and programming certificates. We deal with complex texts full of professional terms.
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There are always new translation companies emerging on the market and others bankrupting due to the pressure of the strong competition which does not allow them to gain the necessary experience in order to provide services of good quality. However we have been on the market for more than 10 years and for this time we've managed to gain lots of experience, competence and positive feedback.
The success is due to the fact that we count on the quality by hiring only highly qualified partners passing very serious tests before they come to work with us. Secondly, we always observe the stipulated terms of execution.
The Polish language is an official language in Republic of Poland and is used by almost 40 million people. The oldest example of written Polish is one sentence, written by a Czech, talking to his Polish wife, registered by a German monk in a Latin text - this is the history of the Cistercian abbey in the region of Lower SIlesia. It appears in the registers, describing the year of 1270 and is written like Day ut ia pobrusa, a ti poziwai.