Hungarian Translation Agency in Birmingham
Details of the Hungarian translation services provided by professional Hungarian translators based in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Welcome to Birmingham UK’s professional Hungarian translation agency. Here, you will find all the details about our Hungarian translation services. We’ve been proudly providing professional Hungarian translations services, with some of the United Kingdom’s best Hungarian translators since 2010
No matter what type of Hungarian translations you might need, whether for legal documents, certificates or simply for business purposes, BTS can help with only the best and professional service. BTS is a professional Hungarian translation agency in Birmingham, and we hand-pick the most qualified Hungarian translators for your project.
We can offer you the lowest price for the best possible Hungarian translation. We also provide a free quotation for all our Hungarian translations; therefore, allowing you to compare the costs of our services against our major competitors, quickly and without obligation.
Below you will find a list of the most common services our Hungarian translators offer in Birmingham & the UK. If you need anything else not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us, and we are happy to discuss your requirements.
- Official Hungarian Translations:
- Hungarian Certified Translations
- Hungarian Legal Translations
- Hungarian Certificate Translations
- Standard Hungarian Translations:
- Hungarian Website Translations
- Hungarian Document Translations
- Hungarian User Manual Translations
Hungarian Translation Agency Reviews
Birmingham Translation Services is part of the Translator UK network; having provided our Hungarian translations services, we’ve received 27 reviews across various review-channels in the past year. Since November, 2019, the rating for our Hungarian translations has received 4.9 out of 5 stars. If you’ve used our services and would like to leave us a review, please see: Review Birmingham Translation Services.
Hungarian Translators Qualifications
All of our Hungarian translators have been thoroughly vetted and have at a bare minimum the following qualifications:
- University qualified in translation from Fro to To
- Experienced with the subject matter of your Fro text
- Native Hungarian speaker
- Accredited by one or more translation institutes for their previous Hungarian translation experience
- References from other Hungarian translation agencies
Hungarian Translator Jobs
If you are a qualified Hungarian translator that has a university degree in translation and are not yet registered with us, we would be delighted to hear from you. Simply email your CV and references to email@example.com and our HR department will be in touch with you shortly thereafter.
More about the Hungarian Language
History of Hungarian
Hungarian, unlike Czech and Slovak, is a non-Indo-European language. It is one of the 24 official languages within the EU and is the main language of Hungary. Hungarian became properly standardised in the 20th century, but in the 18th century a type of language renewal was carried out. Words from many languages can be found in Hungarian, such as French, German, Italian and Turkish.
There are approximately 13 million speakers of Hungarian today, almost 10 million of those being from Hungary itself. The rest are spread out over numerous countries such as Romania, Slovakia, Serbia and Ukraine.
Hungarian has 44 letters in its alphabet and it is based on the Roman alphabet. The letters Q, W, X and Y only really show up in foreign words and make up part of what is known as the greater Hungarian alphabet. Without these letters, it is simply called the smaller Hungarian alphabet. The Hungarian language is known for its extensive use of agglutination i.e. the joining of morphemes.
Learn more about Hungarian history and the people who are speak Hungarian today by reading the following information on Wikipedia.org:
Hungarian Translation Services
Our most common Hungarian translation services and details of the translators that perform the translations can be found here: