Our Croatian translation team consists of
The Croatian language is a South Slavic language like Serbian and Bosnian. It is the official language of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina as well as minority language in Vojvodina and is spoken by about 5 million people. Due to a large diaspora, the number of people speaking Croatian is well over 20 million. Croatian originated from the former Serbo-Croatian state language of Yugoslavia, which has fallen apart after the independence of the individual republics into national single languages. Linguistics, it is controversial, whether it is their own languages or national varieties of the same language. The grammatical system and the basic vocabulary are largely identical, even if there are small differences in the vocabulary, the dialects do not coincide with the state borders, also a mutual understanding is usually possible without any problems. All this clearly points to varieties of a pluricentric language. One difference is that Bosnian and Croatian are written in Latin script, while Serbian is written in Cyrillic script. Today, the Croatian standard language is a product of more than nine hundred years of literature, written in a mixture of Croatian-Slavic and vernacular. The Croatian Church Slavonic was abandoned in the middle of the 15th century. In the form of a purely popular literature, Croatian literature has essentially existed for more than five centuries.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Banja Luka (BA), Bihac (BA), Bijeljina (BA), Brcko (BA), Dubrovnik (HR), Jajce (BA), Karlovac (HR), Mostar (BA), Opatija (HR), Pula (HR), Rijeka (HR), Sarajevo (BA), Split (HR), Trogir (HR), Tuzla (BA), Visegrad (BA), Visoko (BA), Vodice (HR), Zadar (HR), Zagreb (HR),