If you need Polish translations to convert your text, software or other published material into Polish, go no further than Pangeanic. We have an expert in-house team who can adapt, edit, revise and refine your material into text that will appear to have been originally written in Polish. We work for a wide range of corporations, businesses and individuals all around the world publishing Polish translations, often within larger multilingual projects targetting the whole of Eastern Europe.

 

Pangeanic’s Polish language team has accumulated their experience from translating millions of words into Polish from English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Turkish, Arabic and more. Large companies, small businesses, multinational corporations and individuals all use our services to translate their materials. They know that we offer competitive prices and deliver high quality results with great customer service.

Our translation process means that we use the best technology when it comes to terminology management. Not only will we not charge you for any sentence to be translated more than once, but we have extensive database entries that help us to ensure that all translation work is done at the highest level possible. Our native Polish speakers work with our other linguists to ensure that each project is delivered word perfect! Once your material is translated it will read as well as it would if it had been written in Polish to start with.

Whether you have a Word™ document written in English, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Czech or even Japanese, we will convert it to other languages for you including Polish. We can work with files from software such as InDesign, FrameMaker and more including rich web pages written in HTML. Our effective and efficient translation service has been developed to ensure that it’s affordable and it will enable your business to grow in the Polish markets.

 

Characteristics of Polish language

Polish is a language that belongs to the Slavic family of languages. It is primarily spoken in Poland, but it is also spoken widely around the world as a language of Polish emigrants.

Polish is the widest spoken Slavic language after Russian, even after it being suppressed after the Partitions of Poland during the 19th and 20th centuries. Nevertheless, Polish arts and music flourished and a rich literature has developed in Polish.

This language is known for being quite challenging to learn. It has some real tongue-twisting pronunciation that is not easy for speakers of English to master. With a complex gender system and 7 cases to learn, it is much trickier than German.

One of the benefits of being able to speak Polish is that it will put you into a good position to be able to understand related languages such as Slovak, Czech and Serbian. People who study Russian find themselves capable of reading some words in Polish once they transliterate from Cyrillic alphabet to Polish extended Latin alphabet.

 

Short history of the Polish language

In addition to 97% of the population of Poland speaking Polish, there are large minority groups based in Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania who speak this language. In addition there are also the Polish emigrants who have relocated to countries such as Australia, France, Germany, UK and the United States amongst others who speak Polish. Around 3% of US population is of direct Polish descent, and indirectly some 19 million people. In 2013, the British newspaper The Guardian released some statistics quoting that over half a million people in the UK speak Polish, thus becoming England’s second most spoken language.