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Bulgarian is one of the oldest Slavic languages. Today, about ten million people speak Bulgarian as their native tongue. Nearly eight million live in Bulgaria. The remaining two million people predominantly live in countries such as Greece, Macedonia, and Romania. There is growing demand for translations into and from Bulgarian. Do you have business documents, private certificates, letters, or something similar you would like to have translated? Get into contact with us now and receive a free quote from us.
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The standard rate for translations from English into Bulgarian is $ 0,19 per word and for translations from Bulgarian into English the industry rate is $ 0,22. For new customers or large texts (more than 5,000 words) we may significantly reduce our rates. For urgent jobs that need several translators working simultaneously, we'll apply a surcharge. For a full list of rates per language, please visit Rates table for most requested language combinations.
Various linguists have researched the dialects of Bulgarian for over a hundred years. Today, most linguists agree that neither of the two former dialects are still in existence. The border that once separated these two dialects, is called the Yat border. This line splits the country into Eastern and Western Bulgaria. Therefore, these two dialects were also named East and West Bulgarian. A number of linguists believe that this division is not exact and that a third dialect, Rup, existed. Along with traces of Old Bulgarian, this dialect contained influences from neighboring Turkish and Greek dialects.
However, these three main dialects can be further divided into even more dialects. So-called transitional dialects which existed on the country’s borders, always contained characteristics of both languages. Examples of this would be at the borders of Serbia and Macedonia. We are happy to assist you with any further questions you may have about the Bulgarian language. Just get into contact with us by phone or send us an email. We handle your translations into and from Bulgarian quickly and with care. Let our experienced project managers consult you.
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