Czech / Čeština
Czech is a Western Slavic language spoken by approximately 10 million people in the Czech Republic. It is spoken to a much lesser extent in Portugal, Poland and Germany.
Czech holds official language status in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, where it is a minority language. Czech bears a particular resemblance to its neighbouring languages Slovak, Polish and Sorbian.
Our specialist Czech linguists work with our clients to facilitate communication with Czech speakers around the world. Whether you are preparing a international marketing materials or localising an application forms, our linguists will provide an exceptional service every time.
Why Use Global Language Services
- Experienced Czech Translators & Interpreters
- Industry Specialism
- Extensive Linguist Database
- Local Demand / Local Supply Policy
- ISO 9001:2008 Accreditation
- BS EN 15038 Accreditation
- Regular Staff Training
- Rigorous Confidentiality Policies
- Flexible Support
What Our Clients Said
“A big thank you to all concerned. Feedback from the customer is that they have been very impressed and pleased with the format.”
– Scottish Prison Service
“Well, I must say I have always been impressed with the quick responses to my requests but this is a record, just under 30 minutes. Many thanks again.”
– VIA Lothian and Borders
Did You Know?
The language of Bohemia – modern day Czech Republic – was known as Bohemian. After World War I, Bohemia was merged with its neighbouring countries to form Czechoslovakia. The new state combined Bohemia, Moravia, Austrian Silesia, Upper Hungry and Carpathian Ruthenia into one country.
It was around this time that Bohemian began to be known as Czech, which it has been known as ever since.
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