Our Turkish translation team consists of
Turkish is the most commonly spoken of the Turkic languages, with native Turkish speakers comprising about 40% of all speakers of Turkic languages. It is the mother tongue to 63-70 million people worldwide, primarily in Turkey and Cyprus, with smaller groups in Iraq, Greece, Bulgaria, the Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Romania, Serbia, and other parts of Eastern Europe. Additionally, Turkish is spoken by several million immigrants in Western Europe, with approximately two million in Germany alone. Turkish is a member of the Turkish or Western subgroup of the Oghuz languages of the Turkic language family. The language’s roots can be traced to Central Asia, with written records dating back nearly 1,200 years. Ottoman Turkish was the immediate precursor of contemporary Turkish, the influence of which grew as the empire expanded. In 1928, in the early years of the Republic of Turkey, the Ottoman script was replaced with a phonetic variant of the Latin alphabet and the language was reformed by replacing Persian and Arabic loanwords with native Turkish-based variants. At present, Turkish is spoken as a first or second language by nearly all of Turkey's residents. Turkish is the official language of Turkey and one of the two official languages of Cyprus. It also has official (but not primary) status in those regions of Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania, and Iraq where the Turkish-speaking population is concentrated.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Adana (TR), Ankara (TR), Ankara (TR), Antalya (TR), Bansko (BG), Berlin (DE), Bitola (MK), Burgas (BG), Bursa (TR), Dortmund (DE), Dresden (DE), Essen (DE), Famagusta (CY), Frankfurt am Main (DE), Geri (CY), Hamburg (DE), Hannover (DE), Istanbul (TR), Izmir (TR), Kayseri (TR), Konya (TR), Kumanovo (MK), Larnaca (CY), Leipzig (DE), Limassol (CY), Montana (BG), München (DE), Negotino (MK), Nicolesia (CY), Ohrid (MK), Paralimni (CY), Pleven (BG), Plovdiv (BG), Prilep (MK), Rousse (BG), Samsun (TR), Skopje (MK), Sliven (BG), Sofia (BG), Sopot (BG), Stip (MK), Strovolos (CY), Stuga (MK), Stuttgart (DE), Varna (BG), Vinica (MK),