Russian Medical Translation
Accuracy in language can save lives, so words must be taken extremely seriously. Many of our Russian language experts possess specialized knowledge of medicine, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare generally, pursuing exactness and perfection. Delivering flawless translation of technical, marketing and sales documents, Swan Translations is the company you’ll want to call when your docs need a doctor
Russian Automotive Translation
With ever-increasing level of globalization, automotive industry has a rise in demand of professional automotive translations. Automotive translation and localization services include a wide range of related products and documents such as car manuals and mechanical instructions, catalogues and technical reports, marketing material and website content.
Russian Legal Translation
Our legal Russian translators and interpreters can confidently handle all types of law and legal translation needs: from document translation to court proceeding interpreting and transcription. Our certified Russian translators hold official authorizations to provide professional certified translation and adhere to strict government standards. Effective project management is being applied to each stage of Russian legal translation process. At Swan We understand the importance of confidentiality in handling legal documents which is why we have strict privacy guidelines applied.
If you require high quality certified translations of your documents then we can provide them efficiently. Our English to Russian translation specialists are able to offer certified translations on any documents that you provide. They are recognized as being fully conversant in both languages and can meet the criteria that are required to be able to certify that they are complete and accurate translations of the original documents.
Russian Translations you can rely on
There is a great need for Russian translation services and we can help you by providing accurate and fast translations. Our experienced team of Russian language translators will take your work and return it to you completely translated in only a few days depending on urgency, project size and workload. Quality translation services are not cheap but we ensure that you get the best value possible by using properly trained personnel. Some services try to keep costs down by employing people new to the industry we take the view that using better trained personnel with wider experience actually enables us to lower our cost per page and deliver a better translation
The need for English to Russian translation services is rapidly expanding and we have the best team available, with extensive experience in a wide range of translation work. This means you can be confident that when you use our services you will get the best possible job done to the highest standard.
Russian people and language overview
Today in the Russian Federation, Russians are estimated to account for 81.6% of the population (2010 census: 120 million Russian speakers out of a population of 143 million). Of the speakers of Russian, 88% have it as their mother tongue and 94% of this number are of the Russian ethnic origin. There are 7.5 million non-Russian people who have Russian as their native language, about 26% of the non-Russian population.
Russian speakers are present in all former republics of the USSR, and that they now make up significant ethnic minorities, particularly in Estonia (30%), Kazakhstan (38%), Kyrgyzstan (22%), Latvia (34%), and Ukraine (22%). In these former Soviet republics, Russians no longer shape the agenda - except in Belarus and parts of Moldova (in Transnistria) and Ukraine (in Crimea). At the same time, following the collapse of the USSR, nearly 25 million Russians found themselves with foreign status in the newly independent states (11 million in Ukraine and 6 million in Kazakhstan).Language
Like all Slavic languages, Russian is distinguished by its alphabet. Let us recall that the Catholic heritage has favored the Latin alphabet with Croatian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian and Sorbian, while the heritage of the Orthodox world has favored the Cyrillic alphabet with Russian and Ukrainian, Belarusian and Serbian, Bulgarian and Macedonian. However, in Russia, the Russian alphabet is referred to as the Cyrillic alphabet, the name Cyrillic being used to designate only the Slavonic script used in Russia until the beginning of the 18th century.
The Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters, Bulgarian and Serbian 30, Ukrainian 33. The modern Russian alphabet has also been adapted to several non-Slavic languages of the countries of the former USSR by the addition of letters, be it for certain Uralic (Votiak, Mordovian, Ostiak, Mansi), Altaic (Turkmen, Azerbaijani), Iranian (Ossetian, Kurdish, Tajik), Caucasian (Abkhaz, Avar, Circassian) languages.