English-Polish and Polish-English translations all done by native speaking professionals!
Our Polish native speaking translators are able to do text or voice recorded translations. We can take any type of format, whether it’s Word, Excel, Power Pint or any picture (jpg, tiff, gif, png) and perfect it for you. All you have to do is send us the text, voice or image that you need translated to our email, and we will get in contact with you immediately!
Polish business mails, email translations
We take business document translations from Polish to English, or from English to Polish on a daily basis.
Certified Polish translation, specialty translation, proofreading
We translate all official documents accurately and quickly and of course, we top it off with a codicil and stamp in the translated language. All specialty translations are done by qualified personnel. Our proofreaders can check any type of Polish translation and make sure that everything is perfect.
Polish translation services
What should you know about Poland?
The number of Polish speakers all around the world is about 50 million. Besides being certified in Poland, it’s a national language of the EU. It belongs to the Slavic languages and is closely related to Slovak and Czech and partly related to Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Serbian, Croatian and Bulgarian. To the ear it is a little different than its relatives; there is little to no common ground between them, so a Polish native speaker probably won’t understand South Slavic languages. But thanks to the long lived connection between the people of Ukraine and Belarus, they are able to communicate easily.
Polish among the Slavic languages
Among the Slavic languages, Polish is the third most commonly used, after Russian and Ukrainian. After the regime change, Poland has been a dynamically developing country and is has been a member of the EU since 2004.
Thanks to the economic and political changes, the number of foreign investors grew in Poland and Polish goods and services also appeared in many foreign markets. The necessity of using the Polish language has grown, as has the need for it to be translated.