Czech Translation Services in London

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Czech Translation Services

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The Czech Language

Czech is spoken by over 12 million people, it is the official language in Czech Republic and is mutually intelligible with the Slovak language and also closely related to Polish and Russian. Czech has immigrant speakers mostly in Austria, Poland, Germany, Ukraine, Croatia, Romania, Australia and Canada. The largest Czech speaking population outside the Czech Republic is in the United States, particularly in New York, Chicago and Cleveland.

Czech Translation Services

This sizeable number of Czech- speaking immigrants has prompted a need for Czech translation services. This is especially true in cases where there is a need to thoroughly understand what a document says. Having a professional translation do the work will ensure accuracy and avoid any miscommunication. Czech translation services is done in the following fields:

  • Medical translation
  • Technical translation
  • Business translation
  • Contract translation
  • Corporate translation
  • Home office approved translation
  • Immigration Documents translation
  • Legal translation
  • Marketing translation
  • Tourism and travel translation


Hiring a Translator

From here on, finding a translator in London in easy. A quick search on the internet will lead you to hundreds of them. What is challenging is finding one who has the expertise and experience to do the job. Hire a Czech translator who:

  • Is a native speaker
  • Has background on the topic, document or field at hand
  • Has previous experience doing Czech translation services
  • Is professional, can meet deadlines and can keep confidentiality

About the language

Czech has several regional dialects, and it is important that your translator knows can understand them. Common Czech is the colloquial dialect, mainly in Prague, while Moravian is the general dialect in Moravia and Silesia. A1964 book on Czech dialects listed the following: Standard Czech, Common Czech, Central Moravian, Eastern Moravian, Silesian, and Slovak. Another important detail your translator must be very familiar with is Czech vocabulary, which roots from Slavic, Baltic and other Indo- European words. Loanwords have been reanalysed using folk etymologies to make similarities with native Czech words. Loanwords also come from two periods: the ones that are or German, Greek and Latin origins before Czech was re-invigorated as a literary language, and those from more recent times, as the Czech people have interacted with more of the world, are of English, French, Hebrew, Arabic and Persian origins.

Finally, to sum it up, here is a video on using Czech in everyday in Prague:



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