Lingua Translations is a professional language service provider offering high quality Slovak translation and interpreting services
All of our Slovak translation and interpreting services are undertaken by professional Slovak speaking translators and interpreters, who work across a diverse range of industries and sectors.
These include: business, legal, financial, public sector, medical, technical, multimedia, and many more.
Sourcing a Slovak translation
Quality should be at the top of your priority list when sourcing a professional language service provider to handle your Slovak translation job.
We also believe that trust is a major element to consider. We trust our Slovak linguists completely, as we are fully aware of their expertise and professional abilities. Likewise, we are confident that you will be able to put your trust in us to provide you a quality service from start to finish, and a perfect translation that fully conveys the message of your original source text.
Lingua Translations only work with native Slovak translators living in Slovakia, or countries such as the Czech Republic, Hungary and Serbia, where it is a minority language. All of our Slovak translators have, at the very least, five years’ professional experience in Slovak translation, whilst they each have specialist areas of expertise.
Regardless of the word count, or how urgently you require the completed translation, we can translate any manner of text. Contact us today for a Slovak translation quotation or interpreting quotation.
Slovak translation – Lingua TranslationsLocation Slovakia
Population 5 million people
Language family West Slavic branch of the Indo-European family
Related languages Czech, Kashubian, Polish, Silesian, Sorbian
Number of global speakers Over five million speakers worldwide
Slovak is a West Slavic language, belonging to the same group as Czech, Kashubian, Polish, Silesian and Sorbian.
It is spoken by around five million people in Slovakia, where it is an official language. Slovak is also an official language in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Serbia.