Veritas is an award winning provider of high quality Albanian translation and interpreting services. All of our Albanian translation and interpreting services are carried out by fully qualified and registered, professional Albanian translators and interpreters.
Our Albanian linguists work across an extensive range of sectors: from business, legal and financial to medical, technical and multimedia, plus many more too.
Sourcing an Albanian translation
We believe that trust is a major element in any Albanian translation project. You need to trust the company responsible for handling your Albanian translation job, just as much as they trust their linguists to produce a superb quality translation for you.
It is likely that you do not speak Albanian yourself, and it is probable that you have never dealt with any Albanian translation requirements before. Therefore, it is essential that you source a professional translation company that you are 100% confident in.
Veritas can provide you with quality Albanian translation services, regardless of the size and scale of your text or how quickly you require the completed translation. Contact us today for an Albanian translation quotation or Albanian interpreting quotation.
Albanian translation – our guarantees
- We will match any equivalent Albanian quote
- We only use professional Albanian translators with at least five years’ experience
- Our Albanian translators only translate into their native language and they live in the country of that language
- Our Albanian translation services are quick, efficient and reliable
Albanian translation – a language overview
Albanian belongs to the Indo-European language family, and is therefore related – albeit distantly – to many other European languages. However, Albanian is most commonly related to Greek and Serbian, whilst the heaviest influence is Latin.
Albanian is distinct though, in that it does not belong to any other branch of the Indo-European language family. Therefore it is commonly classed as a language isolate, much in the same way as Armenian.
The language does share lexical isoglosses with Greek, Balto-Slavic and Germanic, however, and is believed to have originated from an extinct Paleo-Balkan language, usually taken to be either Illyrian or Thracian.
Albanian has been written using many different alphabets since the earliest records, which date back as far as the 15th century.