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  • Professional Slovak Translator

    Sydney Translation Services offers professional Slovak translator services by Slovak translators for all types of documents required for legal, business, migration, marketing or personal use.

    Our Slovak translators are tertiary qualified and experienced in English Slovak translations. We also have translators specialised in technical or medical terminology to ensure accurate and fast translations.

    For accurate and reliable Slovak translator services, email us your documents for a quick no-obligations quote.


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    Qualified Slovak Translators

    Our translators are accredited by NAATI for Slovak English translations used in Australia.

    Beyond Australia, our Slovak translators have linguistics or translation related Bachelors / MA qualifications and relevant professional translation experience.

    Examples of Slovak translations we provide

    NAATI Slovak Translator

    Being NAATI accredited means our Slovak translator is required to renew their accreditation with NAATI at regular intervals as to remain up-to-date and committed to the highest level of competency and currency in the profession.

    Translator for the Slovak Language

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    Slovak, the native name of the Slovene language is an Indo-European language that belongs to the West Slavic languages. The primary principle of Slovak spelling is the phonemic principle, "Write as you hear". The secondary principle is the morphological principle: forms derived from the same stem are written in the same way even if they are pronounced differently. An example of this principle is the assimilation rule. The tertiary principle is the etymological principle, which can be seen in the use of i after certain consonants and of y after other consonants, although both i and y are pronounced the same way. Finally there is the rarely applied grammatical principle, under which, for example, there is a difference in writing (but not in the pronunciation) between the basic singular and plural form of masculine adjectives, for example pekný (nice – sg.) vs pekní (nice – pl.), both pronounced [pekniː].1

    Get your documents translated by NAATI accredited Slovakian translators experienced in translating documents for use in Australia and worldwide.

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