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We can offer Kurdish written translations from and into 250 other languages. The Kurdish language is native to around 20 million Kurds residing in Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria and Armenia.
The distinction between language and dialect within this group is often unclear as there is not a widely accepted system of categorisation. A common approach, however, to distinguish between the language and the dialects is to divide them into three groups: Sorani, Phehlewan & Kurmanji.
We offer bespoke services to fit your requirements. When dealing with us, you will be provided with the expertise of a fully accredited, professional translator or interpreter, who is specifically chosen to fit your project. Whatever your project, our friendly team are always delighted to discuss your needs.
- Cost-effective language services from English to Kurdish and Kurdish to English
- Contextually relevant, localised translations
- Fast turnaround with absolute accuracy
- Expertise in varied industries, categories, and file types
- Scalable services regardless of project, size, scope, or duration
Kurdish Language Facts
- Kurdish dialects are broken into three main groups: Northern Kurdish (Kurmanji), Central Kurdish (or Sorani) and Southern Kurdish (Pehlewani).
- Nearly all people in the Kurdistan Region can speak or understand Kurmanji and Sorani.
- The Kurdish language came into being around 3,000 years ago.
- Kurmanji can be written with Latin or Cyrillic scripts.
- Most of the Kurdish people are either bilingual or trilingual, or even quadrilingual.