Our Latvian translation team consists of
Latvian is an Indo-European language and forms with the Lithuanian the Baltic language family, which in turn has certain similarities with the Germanic and especially Slavic languages. It is the official language in Latvia, where only 1.5 million people speak it as their native language and are used by the large Russian-speaking minority as a second language. In comparison to Lithuanian, Latvian is less archaic, many word endings have been dropped or shortened. Latvian has received many words from Low German, Swedish, Russian and Estonian. The oldest known examples of written Latvian date back to 1530, with Latvian first appearing in the mid-16th century in Western print with a reproduction of the Lord's Prayer.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Jelgava (LV), Jonava (LT), Jurmala (LV), Kaunas (LT), Kelme (LT), Klaipeda (LT), Marijampol? (LT), Ogre (LV), Riga (LV), Varena (LT), Ventspils (LV), Vilnius (LT), Zarasai (LT),