Our Albanian translation team consists of
Albanian is a unique Indo-European language and probably goes back to the language of the Illyrians. Albanian is the official language in Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia. In addition, there are Albanian minorities in Montenegro, Greece and Italy. In total, about 7 million people speak Albanian as their native language. In Albanian there are two distinctly different dialects, the Gaelic in the north and the Tuscan in the south, whereby the standard language is Tuscan. The origins of this language are still a hotly debated issue: in 1854, philologist Franz Bopp demonstrated that Albanian is an Indo-European language, though it constitutes its own branch of the Indo-European language family; at the same time, some linguists compare Albanian to both Balto-Slavic and Germanic, while others link Albanian with Greek and Armenian, and place Germanic and Balto-Slavic in another branch of the Indo-European languages. Albanian has taken many words from Latin, Turkish, Greek and Slavic languages. From the vocabulary it's a mixed language. Moreover, in grammar there are similarities with the Greek and Slavic neighbouring languages. For about 100 years it is written exclusively in Latin script.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
(ME), (RS), Bitola (MK), Elbasan (AL), Korce (AL), Kumanovo (MK), Lushnje (AL), Negotino (MK), Ohrid (MK), Peja (AL), Prilep (MK), Skopje (MK), Stip (MK), Stuga (MK), Tirana (AL), Vinica (MK), Vlora (AL),