Our Uzbek translation team consists of
The Uzbek language (a.k.a. O‘zbek tili or O'zbekcha) is a Turkic language and the official language of Uzbekistan. It is the mother tongue to an estimated 23.5 million people, and is spoken by Uzbeks residing in Uzbekistan and elsewhere in Central Asia. Since Uzbek belongs to the Qarluq family of Turkic languages, its lexicon and grammar are consequently most closely linked to the Uyghur language, with influences coming from other languages such as Persian, Arabic and Russian. Today, there are about 24.7 million people in the former Soviet republics who speak Uzbek dialects, with 21 million Uzbekistan citizens speaking Uzbek as their native language, and another 1.2 million in Tajikistan, 1 million in Afghanistan, 550,096 in Kyrgyzstan, 332,017 in Kazakhstan, and 317,333 in Turkmenistan. According to the 1990 census, about 3,000 people in Xinjiang (China) speak Uzbek. Many Arabic words have found their way into Uzbek through Persian, while Uzbek vocabulary has also been heavily influenced by neighboring Persian languages and dialects, such as Farsi, Tajik and Dari. The influence of Russian on Uzbek is also noticeable as a residual outcome of tsarist and Soviet times.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Aktau (KZ), Aktobe (KZ), Almaty (KZ), Angren (UZ), Ashgabat (TM), Astana (KZ), Bishkek (KG), Dushanbe (TJ), Ghazni (AF), Jizzax (UZ), Kabul (AF), Karagandy (KZ), Kostanay (KZ), Margilan (UZ), Samarqand (UZ), Taldykorgan (KZ), Tashkent (UZ), Temirtau (KZ),