Our Macedonian translation team consists of
Macedonian belongs to the eastern sub-branch of the South Slavic branch of the Indo-European family of languages. It is closely related to and shares a high degree of mutual intelligibility with Bulgarian and Serbian. It is the official language of the Republic of Macedonia and has official status in parts of Albania, with about 2.3-3 million native speakers. In 2002, 83.1% of the Republic’s population declared Macedonian as their mother tongue. The Macedonian language is a subject of controversy with Macedonia's neighbouring countries: Greeks challenge the legitimacy of its name, while many Bulgarians deny its separateness from Bulgarian. Macedonian and its neighbours form a dialect continuum, with the Bulgarian standard based on the more eastern dialects and Macedonian based on the more western ones. Macedonian also forms a constituent language of the Balkan Sprachbund (with Romanian, Greek and Albanian), which includes languages that share typological, grammatical and lexical features based on geographical convergence, rather than genetical linkage. Macedonians also live in other parts of the geographical area of Macedonia, and Macedonian minorities live in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and Serbia. A large number of Macedonians live outside the Balkans, especially in Australia, USA, and Canada. The Macedonian spoken outside the Republic dates back to before the language's standardization and has many dialectic variations, albeit mutually intelligible.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
(RS), Athens (GR), Bansko (BG), Bitola (MK), Burgas (BG), Elbasan (AL), Korce (AL), Kos (GR), Kumanovo (MK), Larissa (GR), Lushnje (AL), Montana (BG), Negotino (MK), Ohrid (MK), Peja (AL), Petra (GR), Pleven (BG), Plovdiv (BG), Prilep (MK), Rhodes (GR), Rousse (BG), Santorini (GR), Skopje (MK), Sliven (BG), Sofia (BG), Sopot (BG), Sparta (GR), Stip (MK), Stuga (MK), Thessaloniki (GR), Tirana (AL), Varna (BG), Vinica (MK), Vlora (AL),