Facts about the Polish Language
Polish is a West Slavic language of the Lechitic group. There are about 40-50 million Polish speakers in the world. This is the official language of the Republic of Poland. Many speakers of this language live in other countries: Romania, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, etc. Thus, a Polish translator can be useful in communicating with partners and clients in many countries.
The Polish language (as a separate language) began to emerge in the 10th century. However, the first texts in Polish (that survived to this day) appeared around the 13th century.
Polish is often divided into dialect. Different sources sometimes refer to different dialect distribution options.
Polish prefixes and suffixes. Polish is a highly inflected language. Nouns belong to one of three genders: masculine, feminine and neuter. There are seven cases: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental, locative and vocative. There are plenty of letters non-Poles will find quite hard to pronounce, for example ą, ę, ć, ł, ń, ś, ż, ź.
Most commonly stressed is the penultimate syllable of the word. The word order in the sentence is optional. There are 32 letters in the alphabet. The alphabet is based on the Latin. The Polish translator knows all these specific aspects of the language perfectly, so he is able to apply them quickly and accurately while translating the text. This is typical of both written and oral translations.
The Longest Word
konstantynopolitańczykowianeczkówna (unmarried daughter of an inhabitant of Constantinople, this is more a joke than a real word).
There are many diminutives in the Polish language (minor words).
Pronunciation of Polish is rather difficult (not for language users). There are groups of different sounds in the language, which for non-Polish speakers may look exactly the same. For example, the pronunciation of letter combination sz and letter ś is similar to English sh sound. An experienced Polish translator is able to perform accurate, correct and synchronous translation.
The Polish language is often considered one of the most complex languages in the world. Skrivanek’s highly qualified Polish translator, pays special attention to accuracy, therefore, he can overcome even the most specific linguistic challenges.
Popular Slavic language
Polish is the third according to the number of speakers in Slavic.
Translation areas where Polish is most commonly used:
Vehicle engineering, law, energy, finance, banking, insurance, information technology, medicine, pharmacy, clinical research, construction, real estate, agricultural machinery, forestry, logistics, telecommunication, industry, manufacturing, tourism, advertising and marketing, cosmetics and beauty industry and so on.
Polish translator is an irreplaceable specialist that can take care of the accuracy, correctness and clarity of information. It is the basis for successful transactions, communication with customers or public authorities. Trust your documents to the specialist: Skrivanek’s Polish translator is ready to meet either business or personal communication expectations. Punctuality, attentiveness, expertise in specific areas, and experience is the benefit that guarantees the exceptional translation result.
Linguistic services where translations from/to Polish language are used:Specialised and general translations, urgent translations, translations of the documents and their certification, translations of websites and audio-visual material, translation and localisation of a computer software, translation with editing and proofreading, review of the version for publishing, adaptation of text and preparation of creative writing, design and layout services, interpreting, language courses, etc.
Language combinations:Lithuanian-Polish, Polish-Lithuanian, Russian-Polish, Polish-Russian, Estonian-Polish, Polish-Estonian, English-Polish, Polish-English, German-Polish, Polish-German, French-Polish, Polish-French, Latvian- Polish, Polish-Latvian, Ukrainian-Polish, Polish-Ukrainian, Czech-Polish, Polish-Czech, Belarusian-Polish, Polish-Belarusian, Spanish-Polish, Polish-Spanish, Italian-Polish, Polish-Italian, Norwegian-Polish, Polish-Norwegian, Swedish-Polish, Polish-Swedish, Finnish-Polish, Polish-Finnish, Danish-Polish, Polish-Danish, Greek-Polish, Polish-Greek, Portuguese-Polish, Polish-Portuguese, Dutch-Polish, Polish- Dutch, Bulgarian-Polish, Polish-Bulgarian, etc.
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