Translations to/from Russian

We translate to and from the Russian language, regardless of the domain or number of words.

Our team of translators is made up of linguistic experts, native speakers of Russian, to guarantee the accuracy and precision of the material. The process of selection of resources obliges us to require
relevant professional experience for the translation of certain material. Also, we see to it that our translators are in permanent contact with the language and culture we translate into, which is why we maintain contacts around the world. We invest time in verifying terminology, meaning and adaptation of the delivered translation to meet the communication goals.

The official language of the Russian Federation, with a population something over 140 million residents, Russian is also spoken in Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, as well as other former Soviet countries.

Speakers of Italian, French or German can be considered privileged when it comes to familiarity with Russian: a large part of its words have their origins in these three languages, even if most of them have archaic nuances, due to having been used a great deal in the last century. Still, even in Russian, most of the borrowed words come from English.

As far as difficulty in learning, Russian presents some problems through its many noun endings, its six cases and two aspects for verbs and most likely because of pronunciation. The good news in this sense is that Russian has only three verb tenses, while the order of words in a sentence is rather predictable.

In Russian, the formation of names is interesting. Anyone in Russia has a name made up of three parts: first name, patronymic name and family name. The patronymic name is taken after the father’s first name, adding the suffix -ovich for boys and -ovna for girls. Anyone interested in learning Russian should keep in mind that it is considered a sign of politeness to address people using their first name and patronymic name.