Serbian translator / Serbian technical translation / Serbian technical translator / Serbian interpreter
Facts about the Serbian language:
- Socio-linguistically, the Serbian language is traditionally part of the so-called Serbo-Croatian language, in common with the Croatian, Bosnian, and Montenegrin languages. But on the other hand, it is separate, with its own construction and linguistic dissemblance.
- Serbian is an official language in Serbia, Kosovo, and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Serbian is a national minority language spoken in Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Romania, and Hungary.
- The number of speakers of Serbian is between 10 and 12 million people. The data only reflects the number of speakers of the Serbian language if it is mentioned separately, because most of the statistics are for the Serbian nationality or from within Serbia, and they sometimes also apply to persons from Montenegro. Of these, it is not known how many people speak Serbian, nor how many of them are non-speakers of Serbian. The number of Serbian residents living outside the country, and that of permanent and temporary residents are also unknown.
- Writing system: Cyrillic and Latin.
What we offer: Serbian translation, Serbian technical translation, Serbian native-language proofreading, Serbian technical proofreading, Serbian official translation, Serbian interpreting – Request a quote, or order Serbian translation, or Serbian interpreting!
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Central Europe, has
had a contractual relationship with Afford since 2009. Generally, we
request the translation of complicated legal texts, often with very
short deadlines. We always get quality work that holds our long-standing
working relationship together. We especially appreciate the high degree
of flexibility, customer orientation and personalized, custom
administration, as well as the confidential treatment of materials sent.
It is important that we can always count on Afford. Moreover, Afford is
open to criticism and suggestions for improvement, and requests these,
because they are progress-oriented.