Polish Translation services
What do I need to know about Romo’s Polish translation services?
London based translation agency, Romo Translations, has been providing a professional and accurate Polish translation service to the UK for over 21 years. Our team of Polish translators in London perform a variety of translation services, from translating legal documents from Polish to English and language interpretation. Confidentiality is integral to the translating industry and all of our translators sign confidentiality agreements so you can be sure that there will be no breach of trust.
Romo translations can assist you with Polish translations in any of the following areas:
Any document translation can be certified, legalised and/or notarised (sworn) upon request.
Romo offers Polish to English translations for a variety of specialised industries including:
- Health care
- Trade and commerce
What do I need to know about Polish for translation purposes?
Poland is the largest of the East European countries which joined the EU in May 2004. It has a population of approximately 39 million and is ranked among the most influential countries in central and Eastern Europe. Poland is integrating its economic system with a flourishing market economy, and has achieved one of Europe’s highest gross domestic product growth rates. This means that Polish-English translations have become extremely important in the business world. We use only mother-tongue interpreters and translators to translate from English to Polish, taking care not to lose the uniqueness of each culture and language. Our linguists are not only proficient in language translation, but also hold degrees in specialist industries, ensuring that your Polish translator has knowledge of the sector in which you require interpretation or translation.
Some linguistic facts:
- Polish is the official language of Poland, but is also widely spoken in the UK, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Canada, the US and Russia
- Learning to speak Polish will give you an advantage when it comes to other Eastern European languages, such as Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Bulgarian, Serbian and Ukrainian
- Learning Polish, however, is very difficult. There is a complex gender system and even native Polish speakers have difficulty with the pronunciation of many letters with diacritical marks, e.g. e c l n s z z
- It has 10 vowels and 35 consonants
- The earliest documentation of the Polish language is in some 12th century Latin texts, which contain Polish proper names
- Modern Polish came into effect in the 16th century
Visit us online now and receive a free quote for any of our Polish translation services, from English to Polish or Polish into another language. Alternatively, visit our London offices in Albion Street.