Derzhpereklad. Translation Agency Kyiv.

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Written translations of any subject and complexity

Notarization of translations

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Interpretation

Apostille and legalization of documents

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Issuance of documents in state institutions

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Nostrification and evaluation of education diplomas

Transcription (audio and video decoding)

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Proofreading by a native speaker

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30
minutes
urgent translation
50+
languages
we know
3893
documents
we have already translated
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always online
5-7-10%
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for regular customers
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Why choose our translation agency?

  • Comprehensive linguistic service for individuals and corporate clients.
  • Discounts for translation of documents and texts over 30 pages.
  • Your personal manager is always in touch - during and after the project.
  • Final calculation of the order price at once.
  • Discounts for regular customers 5%, 7%, 10%
  • Place your order online.
  • Strong Privacy Policy.

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Our manager will contact you in any convenient way within 15 minutes

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Interesting facts about translations and translators

Every year on September 30th we celebrate International Translation Day. Why on this day? Because it coincides with the feast of St. Jerome, who was one of the first translators who translated the Bible into Latin.
The 5 most translatable languages ​​in the world are English, French, German, Russian and Italian.
Translation profession is over 2000 years! It is believed that the Old Testament was translated into Greek in the 3rd century BC, and in this case it would be the oldest recorded translation.
Some literary classical works have also been translated into many languages, such as The Adventures of Pinocchio (available in 260 languages) and The Little Prince (available in 300 languages). Harry Potter with his translation into 70 languages ​​still has a lot to strive for!
The Bible, which can be read in almost 650 languages, is considered to be the most translatable publication (and at least one of its books has been translated into 3225 languages). This is followed by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which is available in more than 500 languages.
The Top 3 most translatable authors in the world are Agatha Christie, Jules Verne and William Shakespeare.
Scientific knowledge has been transmitted through translation. For example, Emily de Breteuil, the Marquis du Chatelet, a physicist of the 18th century, was the first person to translate Isaac Newton's law of gravitation into French.
Translators are known for inventing alphabets, precious tools that allow us to share our knowledge. Mesrop Makhtots invented the Armenian and Albanian alphabets. St. Cyryl invented the Cyrillic alphabet used today to write Russian, Bulgarian and Serbian languages, as well as many other languages. Canadian James Evans in Manitoba who invented the Cree syllabics, which is used to write the most common indigenous language in Canada.
Translators play a key role in providing access to foreign literature. The Portuguese writer José Saramago, the Nobel Prize winner in literature, expressed this reality very well, saying: "Writers make national literature, while translators make universal literature."
About 330,000 people practice translation as a profession, this figure does not apply to those who do it unofficially.