Our Polish translation team consists of
Polish is one of the West Slavic languages and the official language of Poland. It is the native language of over 42 million people worldwide, including nearly 97% of Polish citizens. Ethnic Poles are also significant minorities in Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine. The closest is related to Sorbian spoken in German Lusatia. Polish uses a lot of vocal sounds, including diphthongs and nasal sounds, making it difficult to pronounce correctly. The dialectal differences are quite small, except in the south of the country. In addition to words from other Slavic languages, Polish has also adopted many words from German. The Polish alphabet comes from the Latin alphabet with some changes. As a highly reflected language, Polish retains the Old Slavic case system with seven cases for nouns, pronouns and adjectives.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Borisov (BY), Brest (BY), Bydgoszcz (PL), Dnipropetrovsk (UA), Donetsk (UA), Gomel (BY), Grodno (BY), Jonava (LT), Kaunas (LT), Kelme (LT), Kharkiv (UA), Kiev (UA), Klaipeda (LT), Krakow (PL), Lodz (PL), Lublin (PL), Lviv (UA), Marijampol? (LT), Minsk (BY), Mogilev (BY), Mozyr (BY), Odessa (UA), Poznan (PL), Szczecin (PL), Varena (LT), Vilnius (LT), Vitebsk (BY), Warsaw (PL), Wroclaw (PL), Zarasai (LT),