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There are 6 to 10 million Polish emigrants in the U.S; about 600,000 in Canada, and still more in Germany, France, and Brazil, where also resides very large emigrant Polish communities. Whether you need to communicate with Polish speaking communities in or outside of Poland, there is much to be gained by an English to Polish translation for your business. It's a statistical fact that consumers shopping online are 5 to 7 times more likely to purchase products from websites in their own language. A business greatly expands their target market with the addition of 10,600,000 Polish consumers living in English speaking countries, not to mention the other 38-40 million in their native and surrounding countries. To begin expanding your business with professional Polish translation, get a free quote from Tomedes using the menu to the left. Simply choose your language and fill in your text or upload your document to get a detailed estimate in seconds.
A Short List of Polish Language Translation Facts
- The Polish is a Slavic language belonging to the Western Slavic subgroup, which also includes Sorbian, Czech and Slovak.
- There are several Polish dialects; the most notable being Great Polish, Little Polish (Krakow dialect), Mazovian (Warsaw dialect) and Silesian. The dialects are all mutually intelligible.
- The Polish language does contain articles like a, an, and the. Instead, the difference between “house” and “a house” is understood contextually. Nouns have a masculine, feminine or neuter gender.
- Like many other Slavic languages, nouns take the form of one of several grammatical cases, according to their role in a sentence. There are seven grammatical cases for nouns in Polish: Nominative, used when the noun is the subject; Accusative is used when the noun is the direct object; Dative, when it's the indirect object; Instrumental case expresses the means by which a noun occurs (by train, with a friend, etc) Genitive is used for possessive nouns; Locative is used with certain prepositions (of, in, at, on); and Vocative is for direct address, and most often the same as Nominative.
These grammatical cases make Slavic languages like Polish very grammatically complex, especially compared to English. These must be mastered by language experts for an accurate, professional translation. Tomedes assigns only the most experienced translators for each professional Polish translation, and we do this for the absolute lowest cost possible.
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If you have a specific document with technical information, we will provide you with technical Polish translation from a translator with specific skills and years of experience in that industry. We can guarantee flawless English to Polish translation whether your documents are legal, medical, technological, academic or have any other technical content. You will only recieve the highest quality translation services, error-free results and expedited delivery. Start with a free quote within seconds from the top menu, and be on your way to bringing your business the exposure and increased sales that are possible with English to Polish translation.