African LanguagesTranslation Services
Providing African languages translation services is, however, a delicate task given the educational, economic and communication obstacles available. But, with the very high determination of our managers and service providers and their professional expertise, Almiaad Lingua now boasts of a leading position in the global translation market. Our African translation services cover a number of languages which are in high demand internationally. Other African languages are also covered, but with less focus as more staff need to be recruited in case an increase in demand is noticed. Among the main African languages we handle, we have the following list:
This historical importance Swahili has had is echoed in its modern day status and use. In the translation market, Swahili is in high demand in translation, interpreting and voice over.
Basic Swahili expressions:
|Days of the week||Sunday||Jumapili|
|Numbers from 1 to 10||One||moja|
Colours Green Kijani
Almiaad Lingua provides the following translation and language services:
- Document translation
- Medical translation
- Technical and engineering translation
- DTP and graphics
- Website localisation
- VIP and accompanying services
- Training and e-learning services.
For all your Swahili translation and language service needs, do not look further. At Almiaad Lingua, we go beyond meeting your expectations, we respect quality standards!
The significance of Tigrinya translation services lies in the strategic position, political situation of the region and the importance of economic activities in the region.Almiaad Lingua has a team of professional Tigrinya translators, interpreters, voice over artists and language services providers based in Addis Ababa and various cities in Somalia. The expertise of our teams are our best asset. When it comes to professional translation and language services, Almiaad Lingua is a brand name you can rely on.
Contact us by email, phone or Skype for all your enquiries and quote requests.
Berber / Tamazight / Tashelhit
Almiaad Lingua provides high quality translation, interpreting, voice over and file transcription services from and into Berber (Tamazight). We provide technical, engineering, media, literary and medical Berber translation services to clients all over the world. E-learning from and into Berber is also available for training and education courses. Almiaad Lingua also has experts in website localisation with very reasonable rates and fast turnarounds.
For conference interpreting, our professional Berber interpreters provide simultaneous, consecutive and whispering types of interpreting, based on the clients’ demand.
Amharic is a Semitic language in Ethiopia. It is thought to be the second most important Semitic language after Arabic. It resemblance to Arabic in numbers and greeting terms is sometimes clear:
How are you: endemin-neh?
Good morning: dehnaaderk
Good night: dehnadur
1.0 AM: 7 seaat
2.0 AM: 8 seaat
3.0 AM: 9 seaat
4.0 AM:10 seaat
5.0 AM: 11 seaatFor all your Amharic translation, interpreting and voice over services, you can email or call us at any time. We are available 24/7
Phone/SMS: +447747769820 / +216 555 666 05
Fulani / Fula
This language had an Arabic script and is widely used among people in West Africa.
For all your Fula / Fulani translation, interpreting, voice over and language service needs, please send us an email: email@example.com
Or call /SMS: +216 555 666 05 / +4477477 69820
Arabic in Africa (regional)
In Africa, the number of Arabic regional varieties corresponds to the number of countries in which Arabic is used as a mother tongue. The loca versions of Arabic are dialects used in everyday life. But the official and standard language used is classical Arabic.The linguistics features of regional Arabic dialects spoken in African countries, essentially in North Africa, are influenced by old local dialects and sociolinguistic factors. For Tunisian, Algerian and Moroccan Arabic, the influence of French lexical terms in domains related to science, technology and intellectual issues is clear. French terms are often used to flavour the message of an intellectual discussion. However, there are also Berber / Tamazight words in the names of animals widely used in some areas of North Africa, although there is a strong belief that both languages have the same sources since early settlers of North Africa have Arab ethnic origins. Libyan Arabic is a clearer example of Berber/ Tamazight and standard Arabic influences. However, Egyptian Arabic exhibits less Berber influence, except for the region of Siwa. Sudanese Arabic, on the other hand, shows aspects of African languages in terms of phonology and lexical items, in particular. Mauritanian Arabic is of the same degree of influence of sub-Saharan languages of Mali and Niger.
Although these varieties of Arabic are considered unique, they do not usually exhibit a high degree of variation from Standard Arabic, if we exclude the phonological aspect. Our professional Tunisian, Moroccan, Algerian, Libyan, Mauritanian, Egyptian and Sudanese Arabic translators, interpreters and voice over artists have long experience and high quality expertise satisfying clients’ needs by providing the best translation and language service needs.
For all your professional translation and interpreting /interpretation needs, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/SMS: +216 555 666 05 / +44 77477 69820
We will be available to meet your enquiries and quote requests. Your task will be handled within short turnaround time and for a very reasonable and competitive cost.
The importance of Igbo for the translation business lies in the growing number of educational and training programs targeting this minority. Also, there is a remarkable interest in this community’s cultural studies.