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Human Turkish Translation Services are Essential
For those looking to for English to Turkish document translation, consider that the Turkish Language Institute operates much like the French, in the sense that they resist outside foreign influence to their language. As such, the Turkish are protective of their language, and hold high standards with a 90% national literacy. This creates an extremely high need for a professional, human English to Turkish translation service like Tomedes, whose translators are able to provide high quality document translation, technical Turkish translation, and localized adjustments. To get a free quote, choose your language from the top menu, then fill in the box with your text or upload your file, and instantly you'll receive a detailed estimate.
Dialects and Grammar for Turkish Language Translation
Turkish is a unique language, and spoken as the major language in areas stretching from Mongolia to Turkey. There are several things to keep in mind with any English to Turkish translation:
- It is the second official language for Cyprus, where 19% of the population is Turkish. It's also spoken in Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and also other European countries such as Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece, and Germany. If you think there are only small amounts of Turks in countries like Germany, there are actually 2.5 million “guest worker” Turks residing there.
- Turkish dialects are divided into two major groups: Eastern and Western, although Danubian appears to be the only Western Turkish dialect. Eastern dialects include Eskisehir, Dinler, Razgrad, Rumelian, Karamanli, Urfa, and several others. Regional dialects include Southwestern, Central Anatolia, Eastern, Rumelian and Kastamonu. Modern standard Turkish is the Istanbul dialect of Anatolian.
- Turkish grammar varies considerably from English, primarily with the six cases of noun declension: Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive, Locative and Ablative.
- Turkish word order is subject-object-verb. As such, the Turkish language has postpositions rather than prepositions for objects that precede the verb. This is quite contra-intuitive for English speakers and those just learning the Turkish language.
Professional Turkish Translation
There are some acute differences between English and Turkish languages, and only the most experienced translators with localized knowledge of the language should handle your project. Tomedes guarantees high quality, professional English to Turkish translation for any industry.
Nearly every one of our translators has industry specific skills, including medical transcription, legal documents, web content, academic texts, and any other technical Turkish translation requirements you may need. You are ensured perfection with a two-team strategy of one translator and one proofreader, and your Turkish document translation is delivered error-free with expedited turnaround. In addition, we provide all of this to you for the absolute lowest cost possible. Get started right now by contacting our live chat personnel for a free and personalized consultation.