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PS Translation - Your provider of Greek translations

At PS Translation, you can be sure we only ever use the very best Greek translators. With access to over 3000 highly qualified translators we can provide translation both into and out of the Greek language as well as offering a range of language services, from document translation through to typesetting.

We only use linguists based in the country of the target language and we guarantee our translators will be using that language every day. It is their mother tongue and no other option will do.

Examples of the type of Greek translation services we provide include:

  • Greek persoanl and legal document translation
  • Greek medical document tranlation
  • Greek financial doucment translation
  • Greek house purchase documentation translation

Providing high quality Greek translation a a competitive price, coupled with the use of some of the very best Greek translators in the industry, is fundamental to how we manage our Greek translation assignments.

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Native to the southern Balkans, Greek has the longest documented history of any Indo-European language, spanning 34 centuries of written records. In its ancient form, it is the language of classical ancient Greek literature and the New Testament of the Christian Bible. In its modern form, it is the official language of Greece and Cyprus, and spoken by approximately 15 million people (first language for ca. 12 million), including minority and emigrant communities in numerous parts of the world. Its written form uses the Greek alphabet.