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Greek Translation


About Our Greek Translation Services

We are a Canadian company with experience and a reputation you can trust!

  • Fast free translation estimates for any Greek translation project!
  • Proofreading by a second translator is always included!
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Call us at 888-294-3032 or click the button in the upper right of our website for a fast and knowledgeable response.

We only translate Greek for business and government institutions directly. To assist individuals, we have gathered information on translating a wide range of personal documents such as Birth Certificates, Passports and Passport Stamps, Driver Licenses, Criminal Records and Criminal Clearances, Marriage Licenses, School Transcripts, and Diplomas and Degrees. Please visit HERE!

Greek to English and English to Greek Translation Services

* In both its classical and modern forms the Greek alphabet has 24 letters which are well known and recognized around the world as they are commonly used as technical symbols in mathematics, science and various other fields.

* Developed from the earlier Phoenician alphabet in the 8th Century, the Greek alphabet was the first script to have distinctly different letters for both vowels and consonants, rather than consonants with implied vowels.


Samples of Greek Translation and Interpretation Services

* We have performed several translation services within the Greek shipping sector.

About the Greek Language

* Greek is native to the southern Balkans, the Aegean Islands, western Asia Minor, parts of northern and Eastern Anatolia and the South Caucasus, southern Italy, Albania and Cyprus.

* Greek is spoken by approximately 13 million people around the world and is the national language of Greece, the co-official language of Cyprus, as well as a provincial language in some regions of Albania.

* The history of Proto Greek is unrecorded but is believed to be the ultimate ancestor of all known spoken forms of Greek.

* Mycenaean Greek was the language of the Mycenaean civilization and has been recorded with the Linear B script from sometime during the 15th Century BC.

* Ancient Greek had several dialects and was the language used during the Archaic and Classical periods of ancient Greece, and although it fell out of use during the Middle Ages in Western Europe, it remained the official language of the Byzantine world until the fall of Constantinople led to it being reintroduced to the rest of Europe.

* Koine Greek was a fusion of Ionian and the Athenian dialect Attic and eventually led to the creation of the first ever common Greek dialect that would become a common language across all of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East.

* Koine Greek was originally spoken by the Greek armies who inhabited the conquered territories of Alexander the Great.

* Koine Greek is also known as Biblical Greek because it was the original language of the New Testament and also the language used to translate the Old Testament.


Interesting Facts about Greek

* The first Olympic Games took place in 776 B.C. and the very first Olympic champion was Coroebus, a Greek cook who won the sprint race.

* Until the drachma was replaced by the Euro in 2002, it had been in use for 2,650 years, making it the oldest currency in Europe.


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About Greek...

Greek is spoken by approximately 13 million people around the world and is the national language of Greece, the co-official language of Cyprus, as well as a provincial language in some regions of Albania.