Spoken by around 35 million people, including residents of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijani is also used in Russia, Georgia and Armenia.
One of the official languages of Belarus, Belarusian is also spoken in Poland, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Now written using the Cyrillic alphabet, consisting of 32 letters, old Belarusian texts contain some Arabic and Latin symbols. Because of Belarus’ position in the world, the Belarusian language is heavily influenced by both Russian and Polish. Indeed, Russian is also an official language of Belarus, making it difficult to establish the exact number of Belarusian speakers in Belarus.
We understand that a large amount of trust is involved when using a translation service to translate your brand’s content into a different language. Brightlines has worked with brands such as the British Postal Consultancy, Land Rover and Microsoft, who wish to communicate their brand to Belarusian speakers. Our Belarusian translation services consist of everything from copywriting, voiceovers and quality assurance.
If you need Belarusian translation or any other language translated do get in touch.