Ukrainian

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Ukrainian belongs to the East Slavic group of the Slavic branch of the Indo-European language family. This language is spoken by about 40 million people in Ukraine and other countries such as: Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Canada, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Argentina, Lithuania, Moldova, Paraguay, Brazil, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. Languages in Motion offers high quality translations and interpretation from Ukrainian to English and from English to Ukrainian, as well as many other Ukrainian language combinations.

Our Translators and Interpreters are highly skilled in their chosen areas of expertise.  Ukrainian translators are able to effectively and accurately translate culturally sensitive marketing materials, websites, technical documents, legal documents and related corporate documents.

In order to provide you with the highest quality of work from our Ukrainian  Translators we make sure that an effective localization strategy is being applied. This means that we will ask you what the target audience is and will be sure to tailor the translator’s expertise and background to this region. If you require a Ukrainian translation or interpretation click below.

We provide Ukrainian translation services for:

Legal

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Immigration

Technical

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Community

Brief History of the Ukrainian Language:

Ukrainian is the second most widely spoken language of the twelve surviving members of the Slavic group of the Indo-European language family. It is the official language of Ukraine, which was referred to as Little Russia, and the language was called Little Russian. Ukrainian has an estimated 62% mutual intelligibility with Russian. There is a controversy because some people even consider Ukrainian as just a dialect of Russian. It is written in a form of the Cyrillic alphabet and according to recent statements, the language has become an issue across the country, particularly in eastern regions where the majority of the population speaks Russian as its first language.

Source: Langfocus

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