The ideal Slovak translation services for any project
Localise any project – research, marketing, contracts, guidebooks, e-learning materials – into one of the 24 official languages of the EU. Our Slovak translation services are used by our clients in London and around the world when precision and accuracy are the primary goals.
From blue-chip companies to government bodies to legal specialists, our Slovak translators regularly localise everything from letters to complex commercial documents to websites for a dynamic array of clients.
Every Slovak translation we complete is handled by native-speaking translators who are subject matter specialists in your field. We are fully accredited as meeting the critical ISO:9001 and ISO:17100 quality standards.
Why use Kwintessential?
- Have your own project manager to discuss your requirements with
- Start off with a free quote on our competitive Slovak translation prices
- Know that your linguist knows almost as much about your field as you do
- Localise any project relying on highly experienced native-speaking translators
What do you need our Slovak translators to handle?
Your translation will always be undertaken by native-speaking linguists. For the English to Slovak translations we complete for our London and global clients, this means a native Slovak speaker.
But it also means a native English speaker when English is your target language. It’s the only way to ensure that your final translated content is completely natural to a native speaker. You can rely on us to translate:
- Any size of document, from 10 to 100 000 words.
- Any subject matter, including education, planning, press releases, technical content, business cards and more.
- Any format, including websites, brochures, PDF files and much more.
- Any design, with a multilingual DTP service that can handle your artwork and typesetting.
Get Slovak translation in London for every industry
Your project will always be paired with a linguist who also has qualifications and/ or experience in your particular industry. You can find clients using Kwintessential for the Slovak translations they need in London and around the world in sectors as diverse as:
- Manufacturing translations
- Financial translations
- Chemical and pharmaceutical translations
- Healthcare translations
- Government translations
- Public sector translations
- Design and advertising translations
- IT hardware and software translations
Slovak translation made simple
All you need to do is follow three easy steps:
- Send us your documents – we send you a firm quote.
- Agree to your quote – and we can discuss a date for delivery.
- Receive your Slovak translation – via email or post.
Take your business to the next level with Slovak translation services from Kwintessential.
Kwintessential understands the importance of clear communication when doing business internationally. From London to Bratislava, we offer top-notch Slovak translation services to ensure your message is not lost in translation.
Our experienced team of linguists are experts in their field and will work closely with you to ensure your communication is tailored to your audience in Slovakia. Don’t let language barriers hold you back from expanding your business. Trust Kwintessential for all your Slovak translation needs. Contact us today to learn how we can help take your company to the next level.
About the Slovak language
The Slovak language is a West Slavic language spoken by over 5.4 million people in Slovakia, and it is also one of the official languages of the European Union.
Slovak belongs to the Indo-European family of languages and is closely related to Czech, Polish, and Sorbian. The standard Slovak language was formed in the 19th century and is based on Western Slovak dialects. It has several dialects based on region, religion, and class.
Historically, it has been influenced by German, Hungarian, Latin, Czech, Polish and Ukrainian languages. It uses the Latin alphabet with several diacritics added to represent certain sounds.
Slovak is a synthetic language, meaning words are made up of complex combinations of morphemes. It has seven cases in noun declensions, and verb conjugation is highly complex.
Slovak also contains many loanwords from other languages, including Hebrew, German, and Hungarian. It is also used in the media, literature and science. In Slovakia, the language is taught in primary schools, and all secondary school students must pass a Slovak language exam before starting university.
The Slovak language has continued to evolve and change in recent years due to globalisation and technology. New words are constantly being created, often derived from other languages or made up entirely. This helps to keep the language alive and vibrant for future generations.
Slovak is also closely related to other Slavic languages such as Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian. This means that speakers of these languages can often understand each other with some practice.
In addition, the Slovak language also has many dialects, some of which are only spoken in specific regions or communities. This helps to keep the language unique and exciting, even among its close relatives.
Lastly, Slovakia is home to some of the most exciting and diverse European cultural traditions, many of which are expressed through the use of the Slovak language.