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Looking for a professional and intelligently priced Greek to English or English to Greek translation combined with unparalleled customer service?
Welcome to Kwintessential – your new Greek translation providers.
Kwintessential’s crack team of Greek translators are seasoned professionals, having dealt with multinational companies for years. Our experience and know-how ensures we will take care of all your Greek translation needs, offering you a no-nonsense one-stop translation solution.
Our Greek translators are at the apex of their industry and strive for customer satisfaction. We guarantee you will receive your top-notch Greek translation how you want it and when you want it.
An A-Z English to Greek translation service
We work from English to Greek and Greek to English. Company policy states that a translator will always translate into their native tongue – so a Greek speaker will translate into Greek and an English speaker will translate into English. Why do we do this? Simply to ensure our work is the best it can be as from our perspective only a native speaker can truly capture the fluency and nuances of any language.
We do not use any translation software – your translation will be 100% made by a human translator.
Our translators deal on a daily basis with a variety of materials including letters, brochures, handbooks, articles, manuals, technical guides, legal texts, novels and much more. All translators also specialise in the translation of legal, engineering, marketing, business, IT and academic documents.
Simply stated, for all your English to Greek translation needs, Kwintessential are the company you can trust.
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Greek, occasionally known as Ellinika, Grec, Greco, Graecae, Romaic or Neo-Hellenic is mainly spoken in Greece. Large numbers of speakers can also be found in Cyprus, Albania, Italy and Turkey.
There are three main dialects – Katharevousa, Dimotiki and Saracatsan.
Katharevousa is an archaic literary dialect. Dimotiki is the spoken literary dialect and now the official dialect. The Saracatsan are nomadic shepherds of northern Greece.
In Cyprus, the dialect is reported to be closer to Classical Greek than that spoken in Greece in some vocabulary and grammar, and to have many Arabic and Turkish loanwords.