About Our Ukrainian Translation Services
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Ukrainian to English and English to Ukrainian Translation Services
* Ukrainian is written in a Cyrillic script with an alphabet consisting of 33 letters.
* The Latin Ukrainian alphabet known as Latynka has been imposed several times throughout Ukraine’s history but has never really challenged or ever replaced the more popular Cyrillic alphabet.
Samples of Ukrainian Translation and Interpretation Services
* We have performed translation services into Ukrainian for over sixteen years. Our translators are very experienced!
About the Ukrainian Language
* Ukrainian is a member of the Indo-European family of languages and is a direct descendant from the eastern dialects of the Old Slavic language spoken mostly in the medieval region of Kievan Rus.
* Ukrainian is spoken by around 51 million people around the world, mostly in the Ukraine, as well as in Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Paraguay, Poland, Romania, Russia and Slovakia.
* The Ukrainian language has been traced back to the Kievan Rus times between the 9th and 13th Centuries when Ukraine, Russia and Moldova were united as one state.
* During the 13th Century a large portion of Kievan Rus was dominated by the Tatars with present day Ukraine forming part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
* It is believed that Ukrainian and Russian began to split around the 16th Century when the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth was first established which resulted in the language being heavily influenced by Polish.
* Ukrainian was also heavily influenced by Belarusian, Slovak and especially Russian as the Soviet Union banned it until the collapse of the USSR and Communist Regime.
Interesting Facts about Ukrainian
* The now abandoned Ukrainian town of Pripvat, home to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, was the scene of the worst nuclear power plant accident in the world in 1986.
* At The Golden Star’ was a store in Lyiy where a local pharmacist invented the world’s first gas lamp, and today houses a café called the “Gasova L’ampa”.
* Arsenalna station in Kyiv is the deepest metro station in the world and descends 105.5 meters below the surface in order to hide a huge secret bunker located between the Arsenalna and Khreshatic stations.
* The AN 225 Mriya or The Dream was featured in the apocalyptic movie 2012, built by the Ukrainians it is capable of carrying up to 559.577 pounds into the air, making it the biggest airplane in the world.
* The first constitution in the world was a progressive document that established three branches of power and included numerous laws that regulated the government and society, written and adopted in 1710 by Cossack hetman Pylyp Orlyk in Ukraine.