Quality guarantee by Albanian Translators
Studyhood provides Albanian translation services of high quality. Our translators are native Albanian speakers with degrees in Translation Studies; that is when you would like your documents to be translated into the Albanian language. When your original text is written in Albanian, then we will assign your work to our translators who are fluent in both the Albanian and their native language.
Only 25% of the translators who apply to work with us pass our quality checks. That's how we guarantee that our standards are kept extremely high. All of our translators are categorized first by language direction (i.e., Albanian to English translation vs. English to Albanian translation). Subsequently, we categorize our translators by both field (law, IT, business, medicine, economics, etc.) and specialization (european law, programming in C, business networks, urology, international finance, etc.). If you are not sure about the category of your document, then ask us, and we will respond to you within 24 hours about our Greek translation service and resources.
Our professional translators can translate for the combinations of Albanian to English, English to Albanian, Greek to Albanian, Albanian to Greek, and more.
- Accurate, timely, high-quality Albanian translation service available worldwide - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year!
- Web site translation from Albanian into many languages, and from many languages into Albanian
- Document translation from Albanian into many languages, and from many languages into Albanian
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About Albania (from Wikipedia)
The Republic of Albania (Albanian: Republika e Shqipërisë) is a Balkan country in Southeastern Europe. It borders Montenegro on the north, the Serbian province of Kosovo on the northeast, the Republic of Macedonia on the east, and Greece on the south. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the west and a coast on the Ionian Sea to the southwest. Despite having a troubled history, the country has been classified as an emerging democracy since the 1990s. Albania has played a relevant role in managing inter-ethnic tensions in southeastern Europe and is continuing to work toward joining NATO and the European Union.
The 95% of the population is comprised of ethnic Albanians who are mostly Atheists or Agnostics (see Religion in Albania). The 5% minorities include Greeks, Serbs, Montenegrins, Bulgarians, Roma (Gypsies), Egyptians (Balkans), Vlach, Bosniaks and Italians. The dominant language is Albanian, with two main dialects, Gheg and Tosk. Many Albanians are also fluent in English, Greek and Italian.
As a part of the Ottoman Empire, Albania became a mostly Muslim territory. During the totalitarian regime, religion was officially banned, and Albania was proclaimed as the first and only Atheist state in the world. Today, with the freedom of religion and worship, Albania contains numerous religions and denominations; however, within a nonreligious majority that amounts to 75% of the total population. Other main religions of the world also have some small representation in Albania. Religious fanaticism has never been a problem, with people from different religious groups living in peace. Interreligious marriage is very common, and an immensely strong sense of Albanian identity has tended to bind Albanians of all religious practices together.
About the Albanian Language (from Wikipedia)
Albanian (gjuha shqipe) is a language spoken by about 6 million people, primarily in Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Rebublic of Macedonia but also in other parts of the Balkans, along the eastern coast of Italy and in Sicily, as well as by a significant diaspora in Scandinavia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Egypt, Australia, Turkey, and the United States. The language forms its own distinct branch of the Indo-European language family.