Moldavian Ukrainian Translation

Moldavian Ukrainian Translation

The Moldovan language is a language related to the Balkan-Romance sub-group of the Romance languages. Almost all contemporary linguists are convinced that “Romanian” and “Moldovan” are just merely different names of one language and thus, the Moldovan language should be perceived as a lingvonim of the Romanian language.

 

The Romanian language (Moldovan language) is the national language of two independent states – Romania (the number of native speakers is about 20 million people) and the Republic of Moldova (about 2.5 million). In addition, the Romanian language is native to almost 400 thousand Ukrainians; about 200 thousand people in Transnistria, as well as in some areas of Serbia, Hungary, Albania, and Macedonia use it. About two million speakers of the Romanian language currently live in the countries of the European Union (in Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Germany, Great Britain), as well as in the USA and Canada, Israel and Russia (most in Moscow and the region).

 

The literary Moldovan language began to take shape in the XVI-XVII centuries, but finally was formed by the second half of the XIX century. Language differences between the Romanian and the Moldovan languages ​​began to appear in the XIX century, when the state of Romania was created in 1859. The Romanian language underwent drastic transformation, when Slavic lexemes were actively withdrawn and new French, Latin and Italian substitutes were introduced.

 

In December of 2013, the Constitutional Court of Moldova recognized Romanian as the official language of Moldova that is currently based on the Latin alphabet.

 

Hence, it can be said that Moldovan and Romanian languages ​​are practically identical languages.

 

Romanian (Moldovan) is a very unique language with many dialects. It also contains many words borrowed from the surrounding Slavic languages, and also from French, Old Church Slavonic, German, Greek and Turkish.

 

Unona Translate Service translators are quite acquainted with numerous Romanian (Moldovan) language vernaculars and trustworthy enough to be entrusted with various translation tasks of any complexity.

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Cost of Moldavian into Ukrainian translation service
SERVICE
AVERAGE COMPLEXITY
ADVANCED COMPLEXITY*

Document translation (birth certificates, marriage certificates, passports, etc.)

150 uah.

Text translation**

1 uah. per word
from 1.6 uah. per word

Proofreading by a Ukrainian native speaking translator

0.5 uah. per word
from 0.8 uah. per word

Notary public certification

150 uah.
150 uah.

Consecutive interpreting***

400 uah. per hour
from 640 uah. per hour

Skype interpreting

360 uah. per hour
from 580 uah. per hour

Notes:

*Advanced complexity text: requires domain-specific knowledge (technical, IT, medical, marketing, website localization, etc.)

**Minimum order:  150 uah. for text translation and 2 hours for interpreting

Standard timeframe for a document translation: 2 working days

Surcharge for urgent translation:  +50% (within a working day) and +100% (within 2 hours)

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