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To your online source for English into Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and Serbo-Croatian translation services.

Accurate translations must take into account context, culture, and perception. Though useful software that aids in translation exists, quality translations depend on human fluency and intellect. This is why we provide only Human Translations!

We look forward to hearing from you and to discussing your particular translation needs. Please contact us for further details.

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Please provide brief description of your project and we will send you a free estimate (normally within 24 hours).

Unlike translation agencies and many freelancers also, we welcome small orders.

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Linguists are often accustomed to thinking of language change in terms of centuries, if not even longer periods of time. By such standards the past decade in the history of Central South Slavic [The term “Central South Slavic” has recently come into use as a politically and culturally neutral name for the dialect continuum of Croats, Bosnian Muslim Slavs, Serbs, and Montenegrins] has been truly remarkable: a single literary standard, generally referred to in English as Serbo-Croatian, has broken up into three new standards: Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, and an emerging fourth standard, Montenegrin.

Curtis Ford, Jr. (The 1998 Bihac Symposium)


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