Turkish Translation Services
Here at Axis Translations, we can offer translations to or from Turkish and any other language, all completed by trained and experienced native speakers. Our Turkish translators can handle all size projects, from manuals to emails to help you communicate effectively. Requests for the translation of Turkish into English, or English into Turkish are the most common language combinations needed, although we can help with Turkish and any of the other languages we advertise.
Our Turkish translation service can handle whatever your project entails. We will work with you to translate:
Medical Documents: Medicine is a global concern and journals, articles, textbooks, and other resources often need Turkish medical translation. If one has landed on your desk, we can help.
Technical Manuals: Technical manuals are essential to helping people properly use tools and machinery. We can help be sure that the material is accurately relayed with a Turkish technical translation..
Business and Financial Documents: International businesses, financial institutions and others all need important documents translated between languages. Turkish financial translation can prove essential for making investments.
Brochures: Material you give to a potential client should be easy for them to understand, and preferably in their native language. Let us help you impress your clients with a Turkish marketing translation.
Websites: The internet is worldwide, and a great deal of important information is included in the servers. Translation services are wonderful for helping to communicate this information to more people. Request a Turkish website translation today to expand your business.
Legal: When handling legal cases, it is essential that all parties understand exactly what is going on. Translating documents between languages can help ensure everyone is on the same page. A Turkish legal translation is essential for ensuring all parties understand a contract accurately
Facts about the Turkish Language
The earliest known written records in the Turkish language date back about 1300 years. Today, it is spoken by about 83 million people worldwide, the largest of the Turkic languages. It spread significantly with the Ottoman Empire, as it was used as the language for the administration as well as literacy. Though once written with the Ottoman script, around the beginning of the Republic of Turkey, the change was made to the Latin alphabet. Unlike many European languages, Turkish has no grammatical gender, but includes many different forms to denote respect and relationship.