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Studyhood provides Bulgarian translation services of high quality. Our translators are native Bulgarian speakers with degrees in Translation Studies; that is when you would like your documents to be translated into the Bulgarian language. When your original text is written in Bulgarian, then we will assign your work to our translators who are fluent in both the Bulgarian 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., Bulgarian to English translation vs. English to Bulgarian 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 Bulgarian to English, English to Bulgarian, and more.
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About Bulgaria (from Wikipedia)
Bulgaria (Bulgarian: България, officially the Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Република България Republika Bulgariya) is a country on the Balkan Peninsula, in Southern Europe. It borders the Black Sea to the east, Greece and Turkey to the south, Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia to the west, and Romania to the north, mostly along the Danube. Bulgaria also shares a sea border with Turkey, Romania, Ukraine, Russia, and Georgia. The capital is Sofia.
Population: 7,718,750 (2005).
According to the 2001 census, Bulgaria's population is mainly ethnic Bulgarian (83.9%), with two sizable minorities, Turks (9.4%) and Roma (4.7%). Of the remaining 2.0%, 0.9% are distributed among some 40 smaller minorities, the most numerous of which are the Russians, Armenians, Vlachs, Jews, Crimean Tatars and Karakachans. 1.1% did not declare their ethnicity.
Bulgarian is the mother tongue of 84.8% of the population; it is a member of the Slavic languages. Bulgarian is the only official language, but other languages such as Turkish and Romany, are spoken corresponding closely to ethnic breakdown.
Most Bulgarians (82.6%) are, at least nominally, members of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, the national Eastern Orthodox church. Other religious denominations include Islam (12.2%), various Protestant denominations (0.8%), Roman Catholicism (0.5%), with other denominations, atheists and undeclared numbering ca. 4.1%.
Bulgaria has had the slowest population growth of any country in the world since 1950, except Saint Kitts and Nevis (due to their high emigration rate). Growth has been negative since the early 1990s, due to the economic collapse and high emigration. In 1988 the population was 8,859,000 people, and in 2001 7,950,000. Now Bulgaria suffers a heavy demographic crisis.
About the Bulgarian Language (from Wikipedia)
(Български език, Balgarski ezik) is an Indo-European language, a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic languages. Bulgarian demonstrates several linguistic innovations that set it apart from other Slavic languages, such as the elimination of skoal (dip) declension, the development of a suffixed definite article (see Balkan linguistic union), the lack of a verb infinitive, and the retention and further development of the proto-Slavic verb system. There are various verb forms to express nonwitnessed, retold, and doubtful action.
Bulgarian is a part of the Balkan linguistic union, which also includes Greek, Macedonian, Romanian, Albanian and Torlakian dialect of the Serbian language. Most of these languages share some of the above-mentioned characteristics (e.g., definite article, infinitive loss, complicated verb system) and many more.