GREEK TRANSLATION SERVICES

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We work exclusively with native Greek translators for all translations into Greek. Each translator has a specific area of expertise so, depending upon the nature of the text, we allocate it to a translator whose knowledge, training, and experience best matches its subject.

All subjects

We can cater for any requirement you may have, whether you would like to promote your products on the Greek market, have a purchase agreement translated, or need to translate a speech. Our native Greek translators have an excellent command of the English language. With each translation we select the perfect translator to match the document’s subject matter. Naturally, if you require an English translation of a Greek text, we will allocate a native English translator to the job.

If you provide us with an editable text document, such as one in Microsoft Word or Excel, the translation will usually be delivered to you in the same format. Please request a PDF if necessary, as not all computers are capable of displaying Greek text. This prevents there being any problems with a printing company's layout department, for example, and means that you can be sure the text will be completely legible on screen.

Feel free to ask our project managers for advice. They have extensive experience with Greek translations and are ready to assist you.


The Greek language

Greek is an ancient language. By deciphering the Mycenaean writing (in its Linear B form, found on clay tablets in settlements from the Mycenaean era), it was officially verified that Greek has been around since the fifteenth century BC. The development of Greek pronunciation did not take place concurrently with written Greek. The pronunciation of various letters and letter combinations evolved over time. Greek spelling, however, was never adjusted in line with those changes. This resulted in Greek spelling being somewhat complicated. For example, Greek has five ways to spell the ‘ie’ sound.

Greek characters

You can view a Greek test file here if you are unsure about whether your computer can display Greek characters. If you can see the letters then you can safely assume that you will not experience any problems with Greek character sets.

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