|Translation Price List|
|per page||per word|
|Translation : english → kazakh||17 EUR||0.07 EUR|
|Translation : kazakh → english||17 EUR||0.07 EUR|
|Translation : kazakh → russian||6 EUR||0.03 EUR|
|Translation : russian → kazakh||8 EUR||0.03 EUR|
|Translation cost includes all taxes
Translation Price List
Around 10 million of Kazakhstan residents and nearly 2 million of people living in other countries (China, Mongolia, Afghanistan, Turkey, Iran) consider this language their native language.
Unlike the other languages of his group, the Kazakh has no dialectal division, that facilitates certainly the work of translation from the Kazakh language. Although the linguists distinguish three dialect which territorially correspond to the three juzes: north, west and south. The dialects differ insignificantly and, therefore, understood by all holders of the Kazakh language, including those who live outside of Kazakhstan.
The kazakh language uses the Cyrillic graphical system since 1940. The first written records of the Kazakhs were performed by runic writing (VII-X cc.). Later, the Kazakhs began to use the Arabic script, and in the period from 1929 to 1940 the Latin alphabet was used. Today, the Kazakhs use the Cyrillic alphabet, but, for example, the Kazakh Diaspora in Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan, writes by the Arabic alphabet, and the Latin alphabet based on Turkish is used in Turkey. The Kazakh Diaspora living in the United States, Germany and other Western countries uses the Surrogate Latin also.