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We deal with translations from English into Albanian and from Albanian into English. A translator will always translate into their mother tongue - so an Albanian will only translate into Albanian and an English speaker will only translate into English. This ensures first class work.
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The Albanian translation team can deal with letters, brochures, handbooks, articles, manuals, guides, contracts, novels and much more. We are also leaders in assisting companies going global through our Website Translation, Newsletter Translation and Email Translation services.
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About the Albanian Language
Albanian is the official language of the Republic of Albania. Albanian has two forms:
Gheg Albanian is spoken in northern Albania by an estimated 300,000 people. Speakers is Gheg Albanian are referred to as 'Kossovar'. It is widely spoken in Serbia and Montenegro. This form of Albanian is not intelligible with Tosk Albanian.
Tosk Albanian is the official form of Albania and has formed the basis of standard Albanian since 1952. There is a reported 2,900,000 speakers mainly in the south of Albania.