Translation Polish - English
Translation English - Polish. Do you wish to translate a piece of text or a document in Polish, localise a website for Poland or publish a business report? Would you like to translate a legally perfect contract in Polish or a scientific essay? Whether you would like to translate a medical assessment report or a user manual - ETS offers low-priced translations for technical, financial or academic fields. Translation from Polish or to Polish is handled only by translators who are native speakers having a graduate degree.
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Certified Polish translation services
Sworn Polish translator. The Polish language has been handed down with the names of people and places in the Latin chronicles since the 10th and 11th centuries and in glosses since the 12th century. The oldest literary linguistic testimonials date back to the 14th century.
The initially existing influence of the Czechs was pushed back in the 15th century, and Polish script emancipated itself from Latin. After Polish was written primarily by the clergy up to the 16th century, it spread in the subsequent period even to the gentry and bourgeois. The modern Polish literary language developed in the 16th century on the basis of dialects, which were spoken in the Poznan region of West Poland. This is the time that saw the emergence of the Eulenspiegel literature and the chronicle literature by Marcin Bielski and the Prosa-scripts by Mikolaj Rej.
There are a series of borrowed words in Polish taken from Old Czech and Middle High German, as well as from Latin; in recent times, Polish has been influenced by Belarus, Ukrainian, French and English.
In order to counter the flood of Anglicism setting in during the 80's, legislation was enforced in 2000 to protect the Polish language, which stipulates the a Polish word should be formed as far as possible for foreign words.
Our Polish translators are based in the following cities: Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Coventry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Middlesborough, Newcastle, Norwich, Oxford, Plymouth, Portmouth, Sheffield, Southampton and Swansea.
Background information on Poland
ETS offers certified translation services from English to Polish of the following texts and official documents: patent, contract, agreement, assignment, treaty, policy, certificate of employment, homepage, website, marriage certificate, birth certificate, passport, identity card, driving license, resume (CV), job reference, letter, work contract, research paper, report or degree thesis by sworn Polish translators.