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We Provide Translation, Transcription, Transcreation, Interpretation, Voiceover, Subtitles Services in Major European Union Languages; Russian, German, French, Turkish, Italian, English, Spanish, Polish, Ukrainian, Dutch. We provide our service to Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Bengaluru, Pune, Indore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Nagpur, Noida, Gurgaon, India, and foreign countries.

We only use the services of experienced professional translators to translate all types of documents, and we always choose native translators of the target language, which ensures the highest quality translation.

Compared with most other translation agencies, we are interested in long-term, permanent cooperation, rather than rapid profits. We achieve this goal by providing only the best translations at competitive prices. This is what drives our passion for excellent customer service.

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What is the root of European languages?

Today more than 100 European languages are spoken. Would you like to see where these languages come from and how they are interrelated?

Approximately 94% of Europeans use the huge "Indo-European" (IE) language family, which has many branches and spreads around the world.

Other European language families include Ural languages (including Finnish, Hungarian, and Estonian), isolated Basque, Turkic, and several other languages found in the Caucasus (eg Georgian). Maltese is a descendant of Arabic written in the Latin alphabet and used in Malta. Esperanto is a language that combines European influence. About 5000 years ago, the Indo-European language family gradually spread to Europe. The language grew and changed over time, broken into Celtic, italic (containing Latin), Germanic, and Baltic Slavic branches, which were later broken down into the languages known today.

What was Europe like before the bigger language families arrived?

We know very little about the ancient languages of Europe, there is no important documentary evidence, and no descendants (except Basque). The interesting thing about Basque is that both are isolated (no relatives). ), and its ancestors, probably existed in Europe before Indo-European languages appeared, which makes it more "native" than any other language used in Europe. Perhaps this is the only European family that has no relatives outside of Europe. It shares a culture with similar religions, such as Rome, Greece, and Hinduism, and some related deities.

It is worth it to mention that the origin of the languages is not the alike as the inherent origin of the people or the cultural origin, but these are interrelated. Over time, the branches of Indo-European moved to the whole of Europe (and into India). It is believed that some of them, such as Greek and Celtic, left their mother language earlier, while others, like Baltic and Slavic, may have left their mother language later.

What are Official Languages of the European Union?

The European continent consists of 45 countries and covers an area of 3,930,000 square miles, which makes it a very diverse place with many different cuisines, cultures, and languages. The European Union (EU) alone has 27 different member states and uses 23 official languages there.

To become the official language of the European Union, the language of the member states must be both an official language and a working language. Such as, French is the official language of France, and France is a member of the European Union, so it is also the official language of the European Union.

On the contrary, EU countries have minority languages spoken by many groups. Although these minority languages are important to these groups, these are not the official languages of the European Union.

What are The Most Spoken Languages in Europe?

The most common language spoken in Europe is:

Russian; it's the official language of Russia and Belarus and the most spoken language in Europe.

German; it's the second language of Europe, and the sole official language of Germany, Austria, and Liechtenstein, and it’s a co-official language in Switzerland, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

French; it's the 3rd most spoken language of Europe, and the official language of France, the co-official language of Belgium, Switzerland, and Luxembourg.

Turkish; is the official language of Turkey, and the co-official language of Cypress.

Italian is the official language of Italy, and also a co-official language of Switzerland.

Spanish; around 43 million Europeans think that Spanish is their mother language, and it is the official language of 20 countries.

Polish; around 36 million Polish natives live in Europe, and most of them live in Poland, it is widely spoken in Czechia, Hungary, Belarus, and Ukraine.

Ukrainian; The national language of Ukraine.

Dutch is the official language of the Netherlands and has co-official status in Belgium.

Apart from the above languages, there are some more languages spoken in Europe like; Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, etc.

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Language Preside provides documents translation, Translation, Transcription, Transcreation, Interpretation, Voiceover, and Subtitles Services in mostly all European languages. We translate almost all European languages such as; Russian, German, French, Turkish, Italian, English, Spanish, Polish, Ukrainian, Dutch, and other languages.

Language Translation Services in European Languages

5 Most Spoken Languages in Europe are English, French, German, Spanish, Russian.

Language Preside is in line with your preferences, you don’t need to worry about anything. We provide translations to our clients with a first-class translation workflow and covering more than 20 European Union regional and international languages, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, and Swedish, etc.

Since we have a qualified professional translation team covering all languages and subject areas, many translation agencies entrust their work to us, but first, you must tell us your requirements in detail so that we can start from our side accordingly process.

We have a large network of world-class translators who are ready to translate your work on time. The result is high-quality work in the shortest delivery time, and customer satisfaction, through careful testing and processing to ensure high quality assurance.

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