THE LANGUAGE FROM THE LAND OF THE THREE SEAS

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Hello – merhaba!

 

Turkey

Turkey (Türkiye) has about 82 million inhabitants and covers an area of 783,562 km². The country is located on the two continents of Asia and Europe, with 97% of Turkey being in Asia. Furthermore, Turkey borders the Aegean Sea, the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. The great location and the warm climate as well as the fact that Turkey has 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and countless nature reserves make Turkey – not only among Germans – a popular holiday destination. The metropolis of Istanbul and other large cities with their rich history and culture are also a magnet for visitors.

 

The Turkish language

Turkish is the official language in Turkey and – in addition to Greek – also in Cyprus. A total of 63 million people in Turkey speak Turkish as their mother tongue. There are also countless speakers in Bulgaria, Greece and Germany, for example.

Turkish is not to be understood as a single language, but comprises many dialects. The dialect from Istanbul formed the basis for modern standard Turkish.

In 1928, the Latin alphabet was introduced in the Turkish language. Today the Turkish alphabet consists of 29 letters:

a, b, c, ç, d, e, f, g, ğ, h, ı, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, ö, p, r, s, ş, t, u, ü, v, y, z.

 

German-Turkish relations

German-Turkish relations have existed since the Middle Ages.

In 1961, a recruitment agreement for guest workers between Germany and Turkey was concluded. As a result, many Turks have travelled to Germany to work there. Due to the large number of guest workers, a large Turkish community developed in Germany. Thus, approximately 3 million people in Germany now have Turkish roots. In view of the many Turkish restaurants, bars, shops, mosques etc., Germans can enjoy a piece of Turkey in their country.

Germany is considered one of Turkey’s most important export partners. The export hits come mainly from the automotive, machinery, textile, jewellery and petroleum industries.

 

COMLOGOS provides first-class Turkish translations (certification according to ISO 17100)

Requested language combinations to and from Turkish:

  • Turkish – German
  • German – Turkish
  • Turkish – English
  • English – Turkish

Due to the close trade relations and the fact that Turks and Germans are closely connected in society, there is a high demand for high-quality technical translations. As a quality-conscious translation agency, we work exclusively with  qualified, native-speaking technical translators and offer you Turkish technical translations for specialist fields such as automotive, plant engineering, mechanical engineering, electronics, pharmaceutics, chemistry, medical technology, marketing and law.

Whether it be websites, technical documentation, operating instructions, manuals, reports, parts lists, software, web shops, annual reports, catalogues, marketing texts, brochures or contracts – we offer you professional translations.

You can also benefit from our additional services in best quality: revision, terminology management, DTP, transcreation, machine translation and post-editing, proofreading and editing, review, software localisation. In all our services we distinguish ourselves by high quality and speed.

 

COMLOGOS – Your reliable partner for technical translations

Are you located in Istanbul, Ankara, Bursa, Izmir or do you work in Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Heidelberg, Hamburg, Berlin, Ulm, Nuremberg, Cologne, Hanover, Frankfurt, Mannheim or Dresden? No matter where you are located, COMLOGOS uses modern translation technologies and offers you high-quality translation services exactly according to your wishes and requirements. We are located in Fellbach near Stuttgart and operate nationwide as well as internationally.

Please feel free to send our professional project management a price enquiry to mail@comlgoos.com or use our online enquiry form. We will send you a free and non-binding quotation as soon as possible.

 

Goodbye – Allaha ısmarladık!

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