At A Glance: Polish Freelancers
When you hire freelancers with Polish language skills on Upwork, you access skilled translators who can work with a language spoken by more than 40 million people around the world. Polish is one of the Slavic languages, and while being the official language of Poland, it is also spoken across a wide range of adjoining areas, such as the Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Romania, and other border areas. Polish uses the Latin alphabet like English and many other European languages, with nine addition to letters such as a and e. It is one of the most important languages in central and eastern Europe, and has also spread to countries such as the UK, USA, Australia, and Canada with Polish migrants.
Each of these geographical areas has its own mixture of Polish and other languages, as well as special phrases, loan words, and jargon. By using an expert freelancer with skills in the language, you get someone who speaks it either as a native or as a second language and has the understanding of it that a computer cannot replicate. After all, does a computer know the terms used in Bosnia in Polish may be different to those used in Lithuania? A translator does, and by collaborating with one of these experts, a business can ensure it gets the best translation in a timely manner with all those nuances and regional differences understood and incorporated into the document. And due to the nature of Upwork’s online workplace, these specialists can be anywhere in the world.