We perform translations from Polish into German (or vice versa) with particular precision. We ensure that the text commissioned by you will be translated from German into Polish by a translator who has specialised knowledge of the subject matter of the order. Taking care of the highest quality of services and the satisfaction of our customers, we entrust the Polish-German translations to professionals who can effectively convey their substantive value and the power of the message included in the original content. We invite you to contact one of eleven branch offices of Skrivanek in Poland, where we will perform the translation from or into German.
Who speaks German?
Although the Germans are our neighbours, their language does not resemble Polish; therefore, translations are frequently necessary. German belongs to the group of the West Germanic languages constituting part of the Indo-European language family. It is used by approximately 130 million people, of which over 100,000 are people for whom German is their native language. Interestingly, German is not uniform. It is divided into the following varieties: Alemannic, Bavarian, High Franconian, Central-Upper German and Low German. We may communicate in German in Austria, Belgium, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Switzerland and naturally – Germany. In all these countries, German has the status of the official language. Its users may also be found in some regions of France, Slovakia, Italy, Namibia, the Netherlands, Hungary, Russia and Kazakhstan.
History of the German language
The first period of the German language spanned from the 6th to 11th centuries, when first texts written in Old German appeared, for example Abrogans, St. Galler Paternoster, Tatian, Althochdeutscher Isidor, Merseburger Zaubersprüche, Hildebrandslied, Muspilli, Wessobruner Gebet and Ludwigslied. Since 1050, phonetics, syntax and German vocabulary was formed. By 1650, the grammar was developed. After 1800, we deal with the form of the German language which, with some changes, is still used.
Use of the German language in business
German will be useful for many people and companies that go to Germany looking for professional and business opportunities. We are attracted by high salaries and relatively cheap maintenance costs. Germany is also the sales market for an increasing number of Polish enterprises. Although many Germans are fluent in English, the knowledge of their native language will certainly have a positive effect on business relationships. Therefore, it is worth investing in the Polish-German translation of the company’s offer.
Translators of the German language
Skrivanek performs professional translations of texts into German and translations from German into Polish. We perform Polish-German and German-Polish translations, as well as translations from German into any language included in our offer. We cooperate with experienced staff of translators who specialise in various disciplines necessary for translations from and to German. We may provide both standard and certified German translations.
Our offer is addressed to companies from all sectors (including specialised sectors: industrial, technical, medical, legal and many others). We may perform the translation of an agreement from German and translate company documents, invoices, catalogues, advertising slogans, reports, agreements, business correspondence, acts, powers of attorney, forms and other materials, also classified. Our translators of the German language will not only take care of the translation correctness, but also the effectiveness of the text, its appropriate style and adaptation to the cultural context, both in terms of the language itself and the country. Translations from and into German belong to the most frequently ordered translations performed by our translators.
Orders for translations into and from German most frequently performed:
standard and business translations into and from German; express translations; certified translations; proofreading; localisation; translation of websites into German; DTP – graphic preparation of documents; interpreting from and into German – simultaneous and consecutive;