Talk Russian is a specialist Russian translation company based in Lincolnshire. As such, we can provide a professional Russian interpreter for you anywhere in the county: Lincoln, Boston, Spalding, Skegness and beyond.
We offer Russian document translation, too. You may want your health and safety policy or other official paperwork translated into Russian. Send us a copy of the document and leave the rest to us!
We understand that it's not always possible to plan for language requirements so if it's an urgent translation you need doing or you absolutely have to book a Russian interpreter "for today", get in touch with us to discuss this.
IN-HOUSE TRANSLATION SERVICE
We work between Russian and English only and this allows us to fulfil our strict quality control criteria. Our translators have an excellent knowledge of both the Russian and British markets and culture, which is vital when translating marketing literature, websites or just business correspondence.
We treat each project as unique and confidential. Read our answers to your top 10 questions about translations.
CERTIFIED RUSSIAN TRANSLATION
Whether you are a company or a private individual, we offer a certified translation package with various options available.
Certified translation - this type is accepted by most organisations in the UK and it is also the cheapest option. More about it in our video.
Sworn translation - requires a visit to a solicitor, but don't worry, we will do this for you. We bring our translation to a solicitor firm in Lincolnshire and sign the translation certificate before a lawyer who is then able to certify our signature. Some embassies require this level of certification.
Notarised translation - we work with a local notary who can notarise our translation. He can also apply for an apostille or you can do it yourself, the process is very straightforward. If you wish to have our translations apostilled, they must be notarised or sworn. This is a requirement of the UK's Legalisation Office.
SOME FACTS ABOUT LINCOLNSHIRE FEW RUSSIANS KNOW ABOUT
Isaac Newton, a famous English mathematician, physicist and astronomer, was born in Lincolnshire. Woolsthorpe Manor, the birthplace of Isaac Newton, is now a museum.
Margaret Thatcher (nee Roberts), the first female British Prime Minister, was born and raised in Grantham, Lincolnshire.
Lincoln Castle is home to one of only four surviving copies of the Magna Carta dating back to the 13th century. It was the first document to put into writing the principle that the king and his government were not above the law.
Immigrants, who settled in the United States of America, started their pilgrimage from Boston, Lincolnshire, during the early 1600s. They founded Boston, Massachusetts.
People born in Lincolnshire are often referred to as Yellowbellies and Lincolnshire Day is celebrated on 1st October.