Czech Ukrainian Translation
The Czech language is the native language of the Czechs. It is one of the Slavic languages. It refers to the West Slavic group and has very close ties with the Slovak language
Together they merge into a Czech-Slovak subgroup. It is widely used in the Czech Republic; small groups of Czech speakers also live in Slovakia, Austria, Russia, and Croatia, as well as in several countries in Western Europe, in the USA, Canada, Argentina, Australia and other countries.
The Czech is the official language of the Czech Republic (úřední jazyk) and one of the 24 official languages of the European Union (since 2004). In a number of countries in Central and Eastern Europe, in which Czechs are generally settled compactly (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovakia), the Czech language has the prospects of obtaining the status of a regional language.
The total number of speakers of the Czech language in the world exceeds 10.62 million people, of which 10.40 million people reside in the Czech Republic (2012). The principal territory of use of the Czech language is the Czech Republic. According to the 2011 census, out of 10.44 million Czechs, 9.26 million have indicated the Czech as their native language, of which Czechs – 6,593.238, Moravians – 429.634, Slovaks – 14.736, Silesians – 10.762, Germans – 4.710.
Some Czech words are found in Latin and German literary works starting from the end of X century. However, whole literary masterpieces in the Czech language are known only from the second half of the 13th century. The adoption of Christianity contributed to the borrowing of a large number of Greek and Latin religious terms, which often came from Germany.
Unona Translation Service has a tendency of employing only experience, certified and professional translators, who posses a knack for analyzing a structure of a phrase or a sentence originally written in Czech and subsequently rearrange them into a proper Ukrainian form.