Faroese: translations

Skrivanek Bulgaria offers Faroese translations performed by translators with many years of experience in the sector and specialized knowledge in the required field (medicine, finance, law – depending on the client’s needs). While translating from Faroese to Bulgarian and vice versa, a skilled translator of the given language can accurately convey the message contained in the content while maintaining consistency with the source text. Our experience is a guarantee of your satisfaction with the performed translation. The Faroese language is one of our specialties. Our offices are located in Sofia and Plovdiv. If you are looking for a professional who uses the Faroese language, you have just found the right place – our offer includes comprehensive translation services from Bulgarian to Faroese and from Faroese to Bulgarian. We also offer translations from any language included in our offer into Faroese and vice versa.

Who speaks Faroese?

Only 80,000 people speak Faroese. For most of them it is their native language. Faroese is an Indo-European language that is part of the West Scandinavian language group. Faroese will be useful mainly in the Faroe Islands, where the majority of its users live. Since 1948, Faroese has been the official language of the Faroe Islands.

History of the Faroese language

The history of the Faroese language dates back to the 9th century AD. At that time, Germanic tribes began to migrate to the Faroe Islands. Around the year 900, the main language of the Faroe Islands was Old Norse, which was used by the Scandinavian settlers. However, some of them did not come from Scandinavia but were descendants of settlers from the Irish Sea area. This means that the Irish language influenced the development of the Faroese language. Between the 9th and 15th centuries a separate Faroese language developed, although it is probably still intelligible to people who use Old Norse, and remains similar to the Norn language. Between the 14th and 17th centuries, Faroese was mostly used orally in songs with mythological motifs. In 1906 Faroese attained equal status to Danish, and since 1939 it has been the only language taught in schools and used in the Faroese Parliament.

Using the Faroese language in business

Due to the small number of users, Faroese will only be useful when conducting business activities in the Faroe Islands and in Denmark. If you are interested in expanding your business in the Faroe Islands, it is essential to arrange for professional translations of all corporate materials into Faroese.

Faroese translators

Skrivanek Bulgaria provides professional translations of texts from and into Faroese. We collaborate with an experienced team of translators specialized in various disciplines. We can provide both standard and certified translations. Our offer is addressed to companies from all sectors including: manufacturing, engineering, medicine, law and many more. We can translate an agreement from Faroese or translate company documents, invoices, catalogues, advertising slogans, reports, business correspondence, deeds, powers of attorney, forms and other materials, also classified. Our Faroese translators will not only ensure the accuracy of the translation, but also the effectiveness of the text, its appropriate style and adaptation to the cultural context, both in terms of the language itself and the country.

The most common translation orders to and from Faroese:

standard and business translations to and from Faroese; express translations; certified translations; editing; localization; translation of websites into Faroese; DTP – graphic preparation of documents; interpreting to and from Faroese – simultaneous and consecutive;

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