GREEK TRANSLATION SERVICES
Professional Greek translations
We can look after any requirement you may have, whether you would like to promote your products on the Greek market, have a house purchase contract translated, or need to reproduce a speech. Our translators' mother tongue is Greek and they have an excellent command of the English language. With each translation, we select the perfect translator depending on the subject of the text.
Free, no-obligation quotation
We pay particular attention to the following points when looking after your translation:
- Price level: Our rates are just that little bit below most other quality agencies’ fees;
- Experience: We select either a legal, technical, medical, marketing or financial translator, depending on the type of text. The translation will be delivered back to you in both Word format. Please request a PDF if necessary, as not all computers are capable of displaying Greek text. This way of working prevents problems with a printing company's layout department, for example, and means you can be sure that the text will be completely legible on screen;
- Delivery speed: We will ensure that your translated text is back with you as soon as possible.
Ask our project managers for advice. They have extensive experience with Greek translations and are ready to assist you. You can also instantly request a quotation by completing the quote form on the right hand side of the screen or attaching it in an email for a competitive quote. Do make sure you mention that you need a Greek translation and by when you need the text back.
The Greek language
Greek is an ancient language. By deciphering the Mycenaean writing (the Linear B, found on clay tablets in settlements from the Mycenaean era), it was officially verified that Greek had been around since the 15th century before Christ. 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. Nevertheless, this will not lead to a drastic simplification of the spelling any time soon, because many consider it to symbolise the awe-inspiring age of the Greek language.
You can download a Greek test file here if you are not sure whether your computer can display Greek characters. If you can see the letters, you can safely assume that you will not experience any problems with Greek character sets.
If you are looking for some background information on Greece as a country, you can visit the following website: All about Greece www.gnto.gov.gr. This website provides some general information about the country.
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