Lithuanian Document Translation Services
Mars Translation has a big team of trained Lithuanian linguists who are experienced in all types of translations. We translate all sources and formats of Lithuanian documents, from catalogs, banners, proposals to legal documents. We support the translation from Lithuanian to English or English to Lithuanian, and we localize the translation to adapt to the market needs.
- Promotional banners
- Message banners
- Advertisement catalogs
- Traveler catalogs
- Marketing catalogs
- Fashion magazines
- News reports
- Development reports
- Musical scripts
- Sales reports
Lithuanian Website Localization Services
Need to localize and translate your website into Lithuanian? Mars Translation is your trusted one-stop Lithuanian website translator. We support all sources and formats of websites, including HTML, HTML5 or PSP. We localize the website and translation to meet the market needs and your customization. We promise a high quality and efficient service that meets all your expectations.
- Traveler websites
- News reporting websites
- IT websites
- Engineering websites
- Fashion websites
Lithuanian Interpretation Services
Mars Translation is your professional Lithuanian interpreter, all Lithuanian interpretations will be completed by professional and experienced native Lithuanian linguists who are experienced in all formats of interpretations, including visual and audio conferences, phone meetings or face-to-face communications. We translate from Lithuanian to English or English to Lithuanian. We are proudly supported by the trust and loyalty of our customers.
- Telephone meetings
- Face-to-face meetings
- Visual conferences
Interesting Facts About Lithuanian Languages
- Lithuanian is the official state language of Lithuania and is recognized as one of the official languages of the European Union.
- There are about 2.9 million native Lithuanian speakers in Lithuania and about 200,000 abroad.
- Lithuanian is a Baltic language, closely related to Latvian.
- It is written in a Latin alphabet.
- The Lithuanian language is often said to be the most conservative living Indo-European language.