Thanks to our Slovak translation services, you can successfully spread the legacy of your business across Europe. ASAP-translation.com has a team of experienced native Slovak linguists whose services are used by businesses around the world.
In addition to translations from English to Slovak and vice versa, the most important part is translations from Italian to Slovak, French to Slovak and translations from German to Slovak. This is due to the interconnection of the Slovak economy to these countries.
However, our translation company every year manages translation projects in dozens of language pair in combination with Slovak language.
Accurate Slovak Translators and Interpreters
ASAP-translation.com offers comprehensive professional Slovak translation services that help your business influence its operations in Central and Lower Europe. Our team contributes to guest interviews with excellent translators and interpreters in Slovakia and abroad. Create forecasts of Slovak translations and translations of websites, marketing materials to official documents. We will deliver Slovak translations on time according to the agreement.
Slovak as an official language
Slovak is the official language of Slovakia, Vojvodina and since 1st May 2004 it has been one of the languages of the European Union. Language Code for Slovak language is SK or SLK according to ISO 639. Slovak is known as the "Esperanto" of Slavic languages and is perceived as the most understandable for users of other Slavic languages. In view of the wide comprehensibility of Slovak, the Czech legal system allows to use Slovak, unlike other minority languages, without a translator or interpreter in legal and official acts.
The number of Slovak words working or used at least once in the written texts of contemporary Slovak in the Slovak National Corpus can be estimated at more than 3 million.
Slovak is notoriously difficult to grasp thanks to its complicated syntax, usage of vowels and gender rules. These are just some of the reasons why Slovak translation is essential for those seeking to do business in the central Europe. There are three distinct dialects of Slovak, with the primary form of the language originating in the centre of the country, and the eastern and western forms bearing some resemblance to Slovak and Czech, respectively.
Slovak translations for e-shops
Selling online in Slovakia is worth considering. ASAP-rtanslation.com will help you overcome the initial burden of translating and localizing your online store. We can deploy Dynamic Translation Management and by combination of professional Human Translation, Machine Translation and Post-editing of Machine Translation to maximise effectivity of ROI for translation and localization. To drive Slovak traffic to your website, local marketing & SEO will help you get it right.
If you’re a successful global online merchant already exporting to Slovakia, you may have noticed that your Slovak, and your international traffic in general, converts at a much lower conversion rate than your domestic traffic. The possible reason is, that many of the components of localization, have not been optimized. Try to use our complex Slovak localization services to be successful on Slovak market!
Slovak sworn translators
Slovak sworn translators and interpreters are kept in the Register of Experts, Interpreters and Translators by the Ministry of Justice of the Slovak Republic. They are eligible to translate documents for official purposes. We cooperate with them to be able to offer to our clients guarantee high quality and reduce to a minimum both the time needed to complete translation project as well as to minimise the cost of official translation.
Examples of officially translated documents include birth and marriage certificate, divorce and academic certificates, school and work transcripts, medical reports, regulatory documents, contracts, power of attorney, etc.
Slovak translation of marketing content and transcreation
For more than 15 years we offer to our client’s Slovak translation of advertising, PR and marketing material translated by our specialist Slovak translators who provide a faithful translation of the marketing content. They are in-country marketing translators and always take into account localisation and cultural factors, to deliver message to new audience as it was to its original audience.
Our goal is preparing marketing material that’s as effective in the target language as it is in the original language. We also offer Slovak transcreation of advertising, PR and marketing material. It is the creative adaption of copy in the target language. Original text is completely re-written in a foreign language. We use our Slovak translators / copywriters specialising in transcreation. Slovak brand name linguistic analysis has become part of our marketing services for many years.
Brand names could have unexpected cultural connotations, so we take care your brand or slogan will not be misinterpreted.
Slovak to / from Czech translation
Is Slovak similar to Czech? Slovak language and Czech language are two independent languages however there are dialectic similarities between Slovak and Czech. The languages are considered mutually intelligible, as a result of their shared origin and were used together in former Czechoslovakia, which peacefully divided at the start of 1993. Today citicens of both countries can easily understand each other however the young generations can have som problems, especially Czech young people, to grasp all meaning of Slovak language, because although bothc countries are closly cooperationg, they have their own development not only in business but also in culture. Therefore we would strongly recommend to translate all the content for Slovak market into Slovak language, especially if you consider very competitive price for Czech to slovak translation.
Where you can hear Slovak language?
Slovak is spoken mainly in Slovakia, but the Slovak language is used in many immigrant communities in neighboring countries and overseas. You can speak Slovak in some parts of Hungary, Montenegro, Ukraine and Poland, but also in the USA, Ireland, Argentina and Australia.