Turkish Translation Services
Language Connections offers professional Turkish translation services with the help of our translation team of experts in Turkish. We translate from English to Turkish and from Turkish to English language to satisfy all of your translation needs. What makes Language Connections unique is our team of expert translators who are also experts in other specific industries. We specialize in Turkish medical translation, Turkish legal translation, Turkish business translation, Turkish technical translation, and others. We can successfully translate your Turkish industry specific documents with complete accuracy.
We also offer Turkish interpretation services along with our extensive translation services. Our Turkish interpreters can aid in your business meetings, medical clinical trials, or legal proceedings. Our expert interpreters are more than willing to work around your needs and wishes when it comes to Turkish interpreting.
Language Connections’ Turkish services don’t end there. We also provide: localization, website and other informative material translation, voiceovers, and many more. No matter what your Turkish translation needs are, Language Connections can achieve them for you. Feel free to contact us or request a free quote on your Turkish project.
Turkish Language and Translation
In Bulgaria there are over a million speakers. About 50,000 Turkish speakers live in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Azerbaijan. In Cyprus, Turkish is a co-official language (with Greek) where it is spoken as a first language by 19 % of the population, especially in the North. Over 1.5 million speakers are found in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Greece; over 2.5 million speakers live in Germany (and other northern European countries). About 40,000 Turkish speakers live in the United States.
The Turkish language is a member of the Turkish subgroup of the Oghuz language family which includes Gagauz and Azeri. The Oghuz languages form the Southwestern subgroup of the Turkic languages, a language family comprising thirty or so living languages spoken across Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Siberia sometimes referred to as the Altaic language family.
The Turkish language has its roots in Central Asia. The first written records date back approximately 1,200 years. The rise of the Ottoman Empire extended the geographical reach of Turkish. During the Middle Ages, 6th to 11th centuries, the Turkic languages spread across Central Asia, covering a vast geographical region stretching from Siberia to Europe and the Mediterranean.
There are several dialects of Turkish that can be divided according to region. These dialects include Danubian, Eskişehir (spoken in Eskişehir Province), Razgrad, Dinler, Rumelian, Karamanli (spoken in Karaman Province), Edirne (spoken in Edirne), Gaziantep (spoken in Gaziantep Province), and Urfa (spoken in Şanlıurfa Province). Modern standard Turkish is based on the language spoken in Istanbul, Turkey’s cultural and economic capital.
Fun Facts about Turkish Translation
Link to Turkish Articles