Professional translation service Live Translation has today begun to offer Welsh as one of its wide variety of target languages.
The language has seen something of a resurgence in numbers since the turn of the millennium, when it became compulsory to teach in schools up to the age of 16. It remains a minority language, but a 2004 poll illustrated an increase in usage, with 21.7% of the Welsh population declaring themselves speakers.
As the official language of Wales, Welsh is the only language which is the de jure – that is to say, legally prescribed – official language of any part of the United Kingdom. In light of its prominence, our sister company saw fit to add Cymraeg to their list of specialties, and so you can now translate English to Welsh at an affordable rate and through a human translator.
26 November 2012 16:12