Our Belarusian translation team consists of
Belarussian, or Belorussian, is an East Slavic language and official language of Belarus. The number of native speakers of Belarussian should be about 7 million, although many speak a mixed language between Belarusian and Russian. The originally developed from the law firm language of the Lithuanian-Polish Empire. In recent times, it almost never had official status and was just a dialect of the rural population. Although it became the official language of Belarus after independence, de facto Russian has remained the dominant language ever since and is still the second official language in Belarus. The Belarusian written language has been adapted to the Russian language and is thus relatively far removed from the dialects. In addition, the language shares many grammatical and lexical features with other East Slavic languages and is very similar to Russian and Ukrainian. The Belarusian alphabet uses the Cyrillic alphabet in the modern Belarusian form, which was founded in 1918 and consists of 32 letters. The Glagolitic script was used sporadically until the eleventh or twelfth centuries, and Belarusian was previously written in both the Belarusian Latin alphabet and the Belarusian Arabic alphabet. The standardized Belarusian grammar in its modern form was adopted in 1959, with minor changes in 1985.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Borisov (BY), Brest (BY), Chita (RU), Dnipropetrovsk (UA), Donetsk (UA), Gomel (BY), Grodno (BY), Irkutsk (RU), Kazan (RU), Kharkiv (UA), Kiev (UA), Lviv (UA), Minsk (BY), Mogilev (BY), Moscow (RU), Mozyr (BY), Odessa (UA), Omsk (RU), Saint Petersburg (RU), Samara (RU), Smolensk (RU), Vitebsk (BY), Vladivostok (RU), Yekaterinburg (RU),