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Our professional Greek translators are native speakers and specialists in the Greek language, its local idioms and the cultural sensitivities of the various countries where Greek is spoken.
We have Greek translators with expert skills in a variety of industries. If the subject matter of your material is from the fields of:
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All of our translators translate into their mother tongue. Whether you translate from Greek to English or from English to Greek, your translator(s) will be native(s) of the target language. This ensures translations that read fluently and naturally.
Executive Linguist Agency has been providing high-quality, dependable Greek translation services since 1978. In addition to our professional translators we have expert project managers. We assign a project manager to each translation project to oversee the project, maintain proper communications with the client, and guarantee 100% satisfaction.
More Information on the Greek Language
Modern Greek is spoken by approximately fifteen million people mainly in Greece and Cyprus. There are Greek speaking populations in Georgia, Ukraine, Egypt, Turkey, Albania, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Southern Italy. It is also spoken in many other countries where Greeks have settled, including Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom, the United States and Australia, where Melbourne has the third largest Greek population in the world after Athens and Thessaloniki.
Greek is the official language of Greece where it is spoken by about 99.5% of the population. It is also, alongside Turkish, the official language of Cyprus. Due to the membership of Greece and Cyprus in the European Union, Greek is one of the 20 official languages of the European Union.
Standard Modern Greek is the form of Greek used in Greece today in education and for all official purposes.
Greek has enriched European languages with many words like: astronomy, democracy, philosophy and metamorphosis, to name only a few. Moreover Greek words and word elements continue to be adapted for modern coinages such as: anthropology, photography, isomer, biomechanics, etc. Greek and Latin together form the foundation of international scientific and technical vocabulary.