Translations into and from Dari

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For Afghanistan, for instance, we will be happy to provide translations into and from Dari.

Dari is a member of the Indo-European family of languages and belongs to the Indo-Iranian branch. It is often bracketed with Farsi, and both languages are referred to as Persian to cover the diverse forms and dialects of the languages. Dari and Farsi are very similar and it can be difficult to identify which form should be used. This is an area in which we will be happy to help you.
Dari is spoken in Afghanistan, where it is also an official language. It is also a minority language in Iran and Tajikistan, where it is written in the Cyrillic instead of the Persian-Arabic script. Pashto is the other official language in Afghanistan. Dari serves as a lingua franca, however; the language in which different language speakers communicate with each other both at an official and unofficial level.

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Our team has years of experience in translating all sorts of documents into the most diverse languages. We also have a range of experienced translators for Dari with expertise in many different areas. Our translators are always native-speakers of the target language so that you can be assured of a translation into contemporary Dari while taking into account the style and jargon of your field. Quality translations with a plus is what we stand for. If you would like to know more, get in touch with one of our project managers or ask for a non-obligation quotation. You can do this very simply by filling in the quotation form or sending the document to us by email.


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2016-09-27T08:58:12.5994640Z

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