Slovenian translation

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If you are looking for a professional Slovenian – English or English – Slovenian translation then you have come to the right place. Our translation company has many years experience dealing with Slovenian translations and can provide you with the best service possible.

We need you to supply us with the following information if you would like to place an order for our English/Slovenian translators:

      • Source and target language
      • Length of text or the text in a marketable format
      • Order and requested date of delivery
      • Desired final file format and aims and objectives of the text

      Our slovenian translators

      Our translation agency works exclusively with native speakers of Slovenian or English as we understand that no matter how intensely they study the foreign language or how long their stay abroad is, a non-native translator will never reach the same standard as a native speaker translator.

      What is also important to us is the technical development of a translator. There is a huge difference between the type of terminolgy needed for medical, legal and economic texts and in some cases it is even necessary for the translator to be qualified in the actual subject area, e.g. chemistry.

      Due to the increasing demand for professional interpreters at trade fairs, international congresses and negotiations, our translation service has developed a global network of qualified interpreters. We offer simultaneous and conference interpreters in almost every language including French, German, Italian and Dutch.

      Our English – Slovenian translators and interpreters all specialise in their own area of expertise which they have had many years experience in; for example, medicine, science, technology or software translations.

      The slovenian language

      Around 2 million inhabitants of Slovenia speak the language as their mother tongue. Outwith Slovenia there are also a number of Slovenian native speakers in Austria and Italy. It is now one of the 23 working languages of the EU.

      Slovenian is an Indoeuropean language which belongs to the southern group of Slavic languages and is written using the Latin alphabet. The Slovenian language and one of the dialects of Croatia are so similar that, in certain regions, people can change over smoothly from one language to another. Slovenian itself has many dialects in which the pronunciation differs greatly from region to region.

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