Our Languages

We have a variety of different linguists, that know many languages from the well known, such as French and German, to the obscure. 

Some of the more obscure languages we have dealt with include:

 

  • Azerbaijani – the language of Azerbaijan.

  • Azeri – spoken in South Azerbaijan.

  • Bravanese – dialect of Swahili spoken by around 183,000 Somalians.

  • Oromo – Afro-Asiatic macro-language, made up by four languages: Southern Oromo, Eastern Oromo, Orma and West–Central Oromo.

  • Farsi – also known as Persian, one of the main Western Iranian languages.

  • Saho – an Afro-Asiatic language spoken by 220,000 people in Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia.

  • Shona – the most widely spoken Bantu language, native to Zimbabwe.

  • Soninke – a Mande language spoken by 2.1 million people in Mali, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Mauritania, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Ghana.

  • Telugu – a Dravidian language spoken in the Indian states of Andhra, Pradesh, Telangana and Puducherry.

  • Temne – a branch of the Niger-Congo language family, spoken by around 2.5 million. 

  • Twi – a dialect of the Akan tribe in Ghana with 9 million speakers.

  • Zaghawa – Saharan language spoken by around 270,000 people in east-central Chad and northwestern Sudan.

  • Zulu – tribal language originated from South Africa, widely-spoken with 10 million speakers.

We are committed to finding a translator or interpreter in whatever language you need, no matter how obscure it is.

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