Our Lithuanian translation team consists of
Lithuanian is one of the two living Baltic languages, along with Latvian, which form their own distinct branch of the Indo-European languages. Several other Baltic languages have fallen out of existence, including the Old Prussian Baltic language and the Western Baltic languages, Curonian and Sudovian. While Lithuanian is closely related to Latvian, the two languages are not mutually intelligible. Like Latvian, it is also written in an adapted version of the Roman script. Lithuanian is the official state language of Lithuania and is also recognized as an official language of the European Union. Of the estimated 4 million Lithuanian speakers, about 3.5 million reside in Lithuania. As of 1993, 80% of the country’s population declared Lithuanian as their mother tongue, though many other residents of Lithuania now also speak the language. Elsewhere, it is spoken by ethnic Lithuanians living in today's Belarus, Latvia, Poland, Russia’s Kaliningrad Region, in addition to sizable emigrant communities in Israel, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, France, Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States, Uruguay, Spain, and France.
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),