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Our team has accumulated combined decades of translation services, having translated million words from English, Spanish and Russian for large companies and multinationals worldwide. Our experience in large, multilingual translation projects provides us with a unique experience, on which you can rely for fast translation services at competitive prices, whether you require translation from Russian or to Russian.

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Characteristics of Russian

Russian belongs to the Indoeuropean family of the Oriental Slavic branch, is spoken in 15 countries, being the fourth most spoken language in the world,

Currently, about a quarter of all scientific publications are produced in Russia, and it is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Russian has undoubtedly a significant presence in the global market, which is reflected in the demand for professional translation services from and into Russian to enable a significant number of global transactions.

Although the Russian language officially follows standardized rules, many Russian communities have adapted the language of their environment to reflect their surroundings or situations, which makes an accurate translation difficult. For instance, in Brooklyn, New York, it is normal to incorporate some English words in the body of a text written in Russian. Besides, there were four languages derived from Russian: Fenka, Súrzhyk, Trasianka and Russenorsk.

History of Russian

Every Slavic language comes from Protoslavic. Supposedly, in the third millennium BC the proto-Slavic dialect was completed, which would later become the proto-Slavic language.

The proto-Slavic, although it would vary in dialects according to location, was the language of the tribes and Slavic populations. In the 11th century, after the the political union of the region of the Kiev Rus, the Old ecclesiastical Slavic was founded, as well as the liturgical and literary language.

Russian, just as Belarusian (often considered a dialect), Lithuanian, Finnish or Estonian contain many Norse loanwords languages, despite not being closely related within the Germanic family. They were heavily influenced by Norse, particularly the Norman dialects, Scottish Gaelic and Waterford Irish. Curiously, and according to some theories, the words Rus and Russia could come from the Rus people, one of the Norse tribe. The Rus were a group of Norsemen from the Varangian tribe, who had relocated somewhere from the Baltic region to Northeastern Europe and hence moved south, where they created the medieval state of Kiev. The current Finnish and Estonian words for Sweden are Ruotsi and Rootsi, respectively.

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