About the Czech Language
The Czech language is spoken worldwide by about 10 million people. Most of these native speakers live in the Czech Republic; however, the language also has status as a minority language in Slovakia. Although it is a Slavic language, Czech is written using the Latin alphabet.
Standard Czech is the everyday speech throughout most of the Czech Republic. However, there are several dialects that are in use throughout the country, usually in rural areas or in less formal situations. Common Czech is the most used dialect, spoken in the region surrounding Prague. Common Czech is becoming increasingly popular throughout the Czech Republic, so it is important that an interpreter understand this dialect. We offer interpreters that speak several different dialects of the language and can translate, transcribe or interpret these into the language of your choice.