Turkish Translation Services
Professional Translation Services for written content and telephone interpretation
Fast, accurate Turkish Translations
Alpha Omega Translations specializes in translating your content into a new language in a manner that is not only accurate, but culturally sound. We do not create literal translation, but adapt your text into a specific market so that it reads naturally to a native speaker. We offer Turkish to English and English to Turkish translation services with a specialty in the following sectors:
Why do you need Turkish Translation Services?
Turkish is the official language of Turkey, where 63 million people speak it as their native language.
Cyprus recognizes it as an official language, and it has minority language status in Macedonia, Romania, and Kosovo. There are many communities of Turkish speakers outside of this region, especially in Canada, the U.S., Australia, and other countries where English is one of the official languages.
Turkey has the fastest growing economy east of Europe. It has been recognized as a new and growing market, possibly since it only began the industrialization process recently. Almost half of the Turkish population is 30 years old or younger, beating out the rest of Europe in terms of youth population.
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About the Turkish Language
The Turkish economy has improved a lot over the past decade, putting its GDP at $822.1 billion by 2013. This has fostered foreign trade in both exports and imports. Turkey exports many products to the U.S., such as textiles, electronics, industrial machinery, and motor vehicles as well as many agricultural products.
Linguistically, Turkish is part of the Altaic language family, specifically the Turkic language subgroup. The standard dialect of Turkey is based off that which is spoken in Istanbul, but there are five Turkish dialect groups that correspond to different regions of Turkey:
- Eastern Anatolian
- Northeastern Anatolian
- Western Anatolian
- Orta Anadolu
Turkisk Language Translation
Turkish is quite different from some languages, especially English. For instance, the verb comes at the end of the sentence in Turkish, giving it a SOV (subject-object-verb) order. This can make it difficult for speakers of other languages to learn and speak Turkish.
At Alpha Omega Translations it is our priority to ensure your Turkish translation is relevant to the specific market and geographic area you are targeting. We have Turkish translators who work exclusively with their particular native dialect, so there is never an issue with terms that are specific to one dialect but not even used in another.