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Many organizations neglect the vital need of translation at global platform. They think that free online translators are more than enough to provide information. You need to understand two things firstly, free translators are not 100 percent accurate and second, they provide basic knowledge rather than complete and accurate knowledge. In the absence of translation there’s a high chance that your might face unfortunate situations like:
• Missed Opportunities: You won’t be able to tap any favorable opportunity in any foreign country until and unless you speak in their language. It doesn’t matter what product you’re selling, without accurate translation your consumers will reject you and you’ll be in loss.
• Unambiguous Communication: There will be a room of misunderstanding and your consumer will be confused. Unambiguous could lead into misleading, chaos, wrong interpretation or wrong image about your product and services that could affect your brand.
• Rivalries: Without translation, how you are planning to compete against your rivals. No matter which economy you enter you will face adverse competition and that’s for sure.
Though with the help of internet, physical distance has been decreased but the linguistic and cultural barrier still persist. By availing translation services you can reduce these hindrances and can easily bridge effective communication.
☞ Interesting Facts About Albanian Language:
♦ Albanian is majorly spoken in Albania, The Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, and Greece.
♦ It is Indo-European language.
♦ Albanian is spoken by 5 million people all around the globe.
♦ Albanian vocabulary has many ancient Albanian words.
♦ Since the 15th century this language has been written in different alphabets.
♦ The two dialects of Albanian language are Tosk dialect and Gheg dialect.
♦ Tosk dialect was firstly written in Albanian alphabet.
♦ Gheg dialect was firstly written in Latin alphabet.
Albanian is official language of Albania, spoken by nearly 5 million people. In 1909 this language got its official status. It is highly influenced by Greek and Latin language. It is the only language of Indo-European language family which does not share it branch with any other language. The main difference between both the dialects of Albanian language is in the pronunciation of vowels.
☞ Albanian Language spoken in:
☞ Dialect Of Albanian Language:
♦ Gheg: It does not have any official status in any country nor used in any written work however very few of the authors still use this dialect in their writing. It is spoken in Albania, southern Serbia, Kosovo, northwestern Macedonia and southeastern Montenegro by special group known as Ghegs.
♦ Tosk: It has the official status in all the Albanian speaking countries. It is known as standard Albanian. The official Albanian language uses this Dialect.
☞ Information About The Albanian Native Country:
■ Country: Albania
■ Population: 2,886,026
■ Prime Minister: Edi Rama
■ President: Bujar Nishani
■ Government Type: Parliamentary republic
■ Currency: Lek (ALL)
■ GDP: $34.282 billion
■ Major Industries: Cosmetic Products, Food, Tobacco, Textiles, Lumber, Oil, Cement, Chemicals, Mining,Basic Metals, Hydropower.
☞ Interesting Facts About Albanian:
- Albania is one of the poorest countries of Europe.
- It has optimized the use of its human and natural resources.
- Albania is member of UN and NATO
- The first trace of human presence in Albania was dated during stone age.
- There is no official language of Albania
☞ History of Albanian Language:
Albanian is a part of Indo-European language spoken by majorly in Albania and also in Southeastern areas of Europe. The dialect of Albania language can be found in Greece and Southern Italy. The first written record of Albanian language was on July 14, 1285 in Dubrovnik. The script depicted a witness of a crime scene, stating, “I heard a voice shouting on the mountainside in the Albanian tongue.” It is the only surviving member of its type in the Indo-European family, for which linguists are interested.
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Translation is a very cost effective method to build long term and loyal customers’ base in any country. It helps in developing personal touch with your consumers.
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Albanian language is spoken by nearly 5 million people all around the world. It is the only language of its kind in the language group it comes from, for which linguists are interested. This language is also used in foreign trade. You can also benefit your business by taking our aid in impeccable Albanian translation and give us an opportunity to serve you our best!
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