Why me?

I know the power of the word. It should be left in good hands.

About me

dr Edyta Grotek

I am a linguist and a conference- and court translator. Scientifically, I write on cultural linguistics.

I’ve worked as a translator since 1999. My first steps were in consecutive interpreting , and in 2003 I became a sworn translator (TP/2733/05).

I am a conference (cabin) translator for the language pair Polish/German. Since 2008 I’ve led the Postgraduate Study of Interpreting at the Nicolaus Copernicus University, and I also teach translation beyond Polish borders. Many schools and professional organizations invite me as a speaker for trainings and translation workshops.

Big family

German belongs to the family of Indo-European languages (subgroup West Germanic languages). It is estimated that as a native language it is spoken by over 105 million people.
Is the official language, or one of the official languages, of Austria, Belgium, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland.
As a national language or a regional language, German is used in Namibia (as a national language), Trentino-Alto Adige (Italy), Opole (Poland) (as an auxiliary language in parts of the Opole province), Alsace, Moselle (France), Krahule / Blaufuß (Slovakia), and the Vatican (the official language of the Swiss Guard).