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Scots Translation Services

Evoluz Translation Services offers professional Scots translation services for English to Scots and Scots to English language combinations. We can also translate Scots into over 100 other languages. In fact, Evoluz Translation Services has pioneered to be one of the agencies in the industry to translation Scots to literally any language.

Whatever your Scots translation requirement is, we are confident that our translation team is experienced and qualified to handle the project to your highest satisfaction. Our translators can handle many types of documents including but not limited to birth: Marriage and birth certificates, legal proceedings, diplomas, transcripts, and any other Scots document you may need translated.

We have excellent Scots project management team and quality assurance editors who can localize any software product or website. Our Scots translation team comprises of translators experienced in a variety of subject areas such as legal, financial, medical, technical, and more.

What we offer:
Round-the-clock operations: With our global operations, our priority has been to serve our clients promptly on time. You can contact us 24/7 and we will be glad to help.
Experienced Workforce: Qualified translators with over 3+ years of translation experience and dedicated project managers operating out of multiple offices (Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Dubai) to serve you better.
Highly competitive prices with volume discounts: Regardless of the volume and type of material that needs translating, we are confident that our rates are highly competitive in the market.
Extensive variety of languages: We are able to translate around 130 languages, from the most widely used to the most uncommon ones providing controlled and targeted communication in all languages
Extensive variety of subjects: We provide translation services in a wide array of subject areas, including: legal, technical, medical, brochure, website, financial, pharmaceutical, aerospace etc.
Fast turnaround times: We offer a rapid response without compromising the quality of our service. We complete emergency translation projects faster and with the same accuracy that you would expect from long-term projects.
Confidentiality: Evoluz Translation Services maintains a strict confidential translation policy regardless of whether the translation project is the translation of a legal contract or something much more general.
Variety of Services: Our other services in Scots to English language combination are Scots interpretation, voice-overs, transcriptions, and multilingual search engine optimization.
Information about Scots Translation

Spoken in: Scotland, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, England

Region: Scottish Lowlands, Caithness, The Northern Isles, the Ulster littoral, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Cumbria

Total speakers: over 1.5 million:
Scotland: 1.5 million (General Register Office for Scotland, 1996)
Northern Ireland: 30,000 (Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 1999)
Republic of Ireland: no official figures, but several thousand in eastern County Donegal
England: Several thousand speakers in the counties of Northumberland and Cumberland

Official language of: None

Classified as a "traditional language" by the Scottish Executive.
Classified as a "regional or minority language" under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, ratified by the United Kingdom in 2001.
Classified as a "traditional language" by The North/South Co-operation (Implementation Bodies) Northern Ireland Order 1999.

Scots is an Anglic variety spoken in Scotland, where it is sometimes called Lowland Scots to distinguish it from Scottish Gaelic spoken by some in the Highlands and Islands (especially the Hebrides). Scots is also spoken in parts of Northern Ireland and border areas of the Republic of Ireland, where it is known in official circles as Ulster Scots or Ullans.

Scholars and other interested parties often disagree about the linguistic, historical and social status of Scots. It has traditionally been regarded as one of the ancient dialects of English but also has its own ancient and distinct dialects. It is often treated as part of English as spoken in Scotland but differs significantly from the Standard Scottish English taught in schools. It has also been regarded as a Germanic language in its own right in the way that Swedish is distinct from Danish. Its subordinate relationship with the English of England has also been compared to that of Frisian being dominated by Dutch in the Netherlands. (See Status below)

Native speakers in both Scotland and Ireland usually refer to the language as (braid) Scots (Eng: Broad Scots) or use a dialect name such as the Doric or the Buchan Claik. The old fashioned Scotch occurs occasionally, especially in Ireland. Some literary forms are often referred to as Lallans (Lowlands).


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