Translation from Byelorussian
Byelorussian is the national language of the Byelorussians; it became widespread mainly in Belarus. It is the official language of this country. Totally about 7 million people speak this language.
It is accepted to consider in science that the division between the Ukrainian, Byelorussian and Russian languages happened approximately in the 14th century. The formation of Byelorussian was mainly influenced by Old Russian dialects of ancient Severians, Polotsk and Smolensk Krivichs, Dregovichs and Radimichs. Baltic dialects also played a certain role.
After 1905, the Russian Empire government allowed to publish newspapers, books and magazines in the Byelorussian language. At the beginning of the 20th century along with Russian, Polish and Yiddish, Byelorussian was one of the official languages of Byelorussian SSR. From July 1924, Byelorussianization of the population began in BSSR, which lasted up to 1928. Later, the reform of spelling was carried out in 1933. Particular interest to the language by the government grew in the years of perestroika. Different researches were conducted, public organizations were founded for the support of Byelorussian.
Presently, unfortunately, Byelorussian experiences the decline. It is becoming more and more inferior to the Russian and Polish languages. Despite some measures taken for strengthening the language, its popularity in the society continues to fall. Now many Byelorussians consider this language native, but prefer to speak Russian at home.
It is possible to distinguish two dialects in Byelorussian: North-Eastern and South-Western. But, besides them, there are transitional Middle Byelorussian. There is also an interesting phenomenon in this language named Trasianka. This is a colloquial dialect, which uses the Byelorussian vocabulary, phonetics and Russian vocabulary.
Interpretation from Byelorussian into Russian and from Russian into Byelorussian is required very often. We are always ready to take up such type of translation.
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For quality translation, proofreading of a text is also needed. A native speaker will do it as nobody other, in fact he can catch thin nuances in the translated text and correct errors.
The Cyrillic alphabet is used in Byelorussian for writing. There is also the Roman Byelorussian alphabet, that is used by the people who live outside Belorussia.
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