Are you in need of a high-quality Eastern European language translations? Wolfestone can help you achieve your communication goals with our high-quality and experienced linguists for Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak and many more Eastern European languages.
Eastern European languages are languages we are often asked to translate into and from, and our carefully vetted translators and interpreters are always up to the task.
Types of Eastern European language translations
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Why choose Wolfestone as your Eastern European Language Translations Partner?
Wolfestone regularly work with SME’s as well as larger companies in order to ensure excellent translation into a range of Balto-Slavic and Eastern European languages and our partners are usually satisfied with our competent service. Wolfestone co-founder Anna Bastek has a profound knowledge of the Polish market, as a Polish native. Our SEO consultancy and localisation services can also give you the tools to adapt your content to enter Eastern European Markets. With a growing Eastern European population in the UK, accuracy in these languages could give you an edge over competitors and Wolfestone’s high quality translators are here to help.
Our most commonly requested language from Eastern European countries are Polish, Czech, Hungarian and Romanian.
Polish is part of the Lechitic subgroup of West Slavic Languages used throughout Poland and Polish minorities in other countries. There is estimated to be over half a million Polish speakers in the UK.
The official language of the Czech Republic is Czech which is a West Slavic language and is spoken by about 96% of the population. There are around 10 million speakers of Czech worldwide.
Hungarian is from the Uralic language family and is the most widely spoken European language that is not part of the Indo-European family. Hungarian has 13 million speakers in Hungary and across other nations such as Austria, Croatia, Slovenia to name a few.
Romanian is a romance language spoken by approximately 24 million people as a native language, primarily in Romania and Moldova, and by another 4 million people as a second language.
Please contact us if you require a translation for an Eastern European language that is not listed here.
About Eastern European Nations and their Languages
Eastern Europe has a plethora of different languages and dialects with most of them coming from the Balto-Slavic language tree. According to the last census, Polish was the most common non-native language in the UK with around 1% of the population speaking it demonstrating the importance of Eastern European languages in Britain today.
The economy in this part of the World has shown a pattern of development in early 2017 with GDP said to have expanded by a very healthy 4.0% over Q1. This growth is expected to continue for the rest of the year with countries like Hungary, Estonia and Slovenia performing stronger than expected. With political tensions finally settled, tourism is recovering in the region with cities such as Bratislava and Dubrovnik seeing an influx of visitors over the last few years. Prague was estimated to have been visited by 7.07 million in 2017 and with these cities proving much cheaper for travellers than traditional popular tourist destinations like Paris or Barcelona, these figures are set to rise again.
With the growing middle-class population of these countries, opportunities for SME’s are developing across the region. Low cost flights to Eastern Europe which take 2 to 3 hours are readily available therefore trade with these countries is becoming increasingly easier. The number of Eastern European migrants working in the UK has also increased over the past year, including after the referendum in 2016 showing language services are still of the upmost importance.
Contact us for more information on our services in Eastern European languages.