Georgian is an official language in the Georgian Republic. Every day it is used by about 8 million people. The majority of Georgians is raised in accordance with folk traditions, which could not but affect the development of the language itself. Georgians are sensitive to the national language and retain the traditional lexical meanings for centuries. It is largely due to its language that Georgia is named the proudest republic.
Today, the translation into Georgian may be needed for various purposes: leisure, business, and so on. Georgian grammar has singular and plural forms, six cases, and one decline. No great difficulties occur during a website translation into Georgian or during interpretation. But everywhere the pitfalls exist, which are only known to experienced professionals. Over hundreds of years, three alphabets have replaced each other, and today Georgian consists of 33 letters.