Understanding The Slovak Language & Providing Professional Slovak Interpreters, Translators and Transcriptionists
American Language Services (AML-Global) understands the importance of working in the Slovak language. For over a Quarter of a Century, American Language Services has worked with the Slovak language as well as hundreds of others from around the world. We offer comprehensive language services 24 hours, 7 days a week worldwide by providing Slovak interpreting, translation and transcriptions services along with hundreds of other languages and dialects. Our linguists are native speakers and writers who are screened, credentialed, certified, field tested and experienced in a number of specific industry settings. The Slovak language is unique and has very specific origins and characteristics.
Slovakia Language and Tourism
Slovak is mainly spoken in Slovakia, a landlocked country in Central Europe with a population of over five million. Slovakia features natural landscapes, mountains, caves, medieval castles and towns, folk architecture, spas and ski resorts. More than 1.6 million people visited Slovakia in 2006, and the most attractive destinations are the capital of Bratislava and the High Tatras. Typical souvenirs from Slovakia are dolls dressed in folk costumes, ceramic objects, crystal glass, carved wooden figures.
Slovak Language Orthography
The Slovak language, sometimes incorrectly called “Slovakian”, is an Indo-European language that belongs to the West Slavic languages (together with Czech, Polish, Silesian, Kashubian, and Sorbian). The primary principle of Slovak spelling is the phonemic principle, “Write as you hear”. The secondary principle is the morphological principle: Forms derived from the same stem are written in the same way even if they are pronounced differently.
The Slovak Language and Its Relationship to Other Languages
The Slovak language is a descendant of Proto-Slavic language, itself a descendant of Proto-Indo-European. It is closely related to the other West Slavic languages. In particular, Slovak is very closely related to the Czech language. It also has some striking similarities with other Slavic languages. The Slovak language has been influenced by many languages, including Czech, Polish, and German.
Who are You Going to Trust with Your Vital Slovak Language Needs?
The Slovak language is an important language worldwide. It is vital to understand the general nature and specific idiosyncrasies of Slovak. Since 1985, AML-Global has provided outstanding Slovak interpreters, translators and transcriptionsts worldwide.